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Moyes set for talks Monday over his future with Sunderland owner Short

Date Posted,May 20, 2017

David Moyes will hold talks over his future with Sunderland owner Ellis Short Monday.

The Black Cats boss, who saw his relegated side ripped apart by Chelsea, remained in London while his team returned to the north-east on Sunday.

Moyes refused to confirm he would be staying in charge ahead of meeting London-based Short and said: “I’m a man who has just finished losing a game today.

“I’m gutted I lost the game and the way we’ve lost it. That’s how I feel.

“I’m gutted we’ve been relegated, really disappointed the way the season’s gone. But you know? What do you do?

“Football has winners and it has people who lose. Look at Chelsea. They’re winning today. I hope in the future we’re involved in something similar.”

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The Scot revealed, however, that the club have already been speaking to agents regarding the players they want to keep and the men that they want to move on.

He added: “We’re well under way with things. Behind the scenes we’ve got a lot of things done. “We’ve met the players’ agents, well [chief executive] Martin Bain has been told about the players we’re keeping.

“Like every other club I’m sure we’ll put a retained list out and we’ll put a released list. That will come hopefully in the next few days.”

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