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Chris Coleman slams ex-Sunderland proprietor Ellis Quick and claims he’d love one other go along with membership

Chris Coleman slams ex-Sunderland owner Ellis Short and claims he’d love another go with club


CHRIS COLEMAN has blasted Ellis Quick – however says he would fancy one other crack at Sunderland now the ex-owner is out of the way in which.

The Welshman was the Black Cats boss for six months between November 2017 and April 2018.

Chris Coleman could be eager for one more crack on the Sunderland job
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Sunderland suffered relegation to League One however Coleman has revealed he by no means spoke ONCE to Quick.

And the ex-Wales boss, who led his nation to the Euro 2016 semi-finals, took a swipe on the American businessman for his lack of assist.

Coleman, 49, mentioned: “Sunderland was 100 per cent the best membership, however typically you select the best membership however the improper chairman.

“The membership itself is improbable and the folks up there are one of the best. I’d do it once more provided that it was a special chairman.

“Earlier than you signal the contract you meet the chairman and have a chat however I’ve nonetheless by no means met the person or had a dialog.

“Not one phrase. Not a textual content message or electronic mail.

“It’s the one time that has occurred in my profession as a supervisor, coach and even as a participant.

“We would have liked some assist after we arrived and we received utterly bombed.

“From day one after we arrived there was no dialogue – completely nothing. And that actually upset me.

“It will have taken us two, three or 4 home windows however I felt assured we may flip it round.

“We would have liked to get a number of gamers out and in however you’ll be able to solely do this in case you have the backing of the chairman.

“He left us utterly out within the chilly and I used to be unhappy about that.”

Coleman, whose final managerial job was in China, featured within the Sunderland ‘Til I Die documentary however says he can’t watch the Netflix sequence as a result of it hurts him an excessive amount of.


Coleman informed bein Sports activities: “I can’t watch that documentary again. It’s too upsetting and painful for me.

“Once I came upon they wished me to go up there I used to be excited. I performed up there they usually love their soccer. Once we received relegated it was an absolute blow.

“There’s so many individuals up there that we let down. They had been determined for us to show it round. It wasn’t for an absence of making an attempt.”