Sunderland Fire Coach, As Gunners Topple Chelsea On EPL Table

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*The sacked Sunderland coach, Paolo Di Canio.

Sunderland have sacked head coach Paolo Di Canio after a poor start to the season that has left the Black Cats bottom of the Premier League table.
A report monitored on the BBC says the 45-year-old Italian has won three of his 13 matches since being appointed in March and taken only one point from five league games this campaign.
“An announcement will be made in due course regarding a permanent successor,” read a club statement. In the meantime, coach Kevin Ball will take charge of the first-team squad.
The statement added: “The club would like to place on record its thanks to Paolo and his staff and wishes them well for the future.”
Ball’s opening duty is to prepare the side for Tuesday’s home Capital One Cup third-round match against Peterborough United at the Stadium of Light.
Sunderland then host Liverpool on Sunday and Manchester United on 5 October, with the Wear-Tyne derby against Newcastle on 27 October.
Meanwhile, Chelsea’s stay on top of the summit did not last for 24 hours, as Arsenal spanked Stoke  City 3-1 to grab 12 points and now leading the English Premier League table.

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