Phil Parkinson: Sunderland name ex-Bolton Wanderers boss as manager

Our partners and we use cookies to provide you with the best internet experience, including to content and personalise advertising. Information about your discussion with this website and the ads may be shared with companies. Please let us know if you agree. Sunderland have confirmed Bolton and Bradford boss Phil Parkinson as their new manager to get a deal until 2022. The 51-year-old replaces after winning five of their first 11 League One games this semester, Jack Ross, that had been sacked by the Black Cats on 8 October. Parkinson spent three years in control of Bolton, winning promotion. He resigned as director together with Wanderers underside after being deducted 12 points, of this next grade. “It is both a privilege and massive obligation to be appointed director of this fantastic club,” Parkinson said. “This is a great group of playersand I relish the challenge of working together to achieve our objective of promotion from League One.” More to follow. Get scores and headlines delivered to your phone, and also learn where to locate us on online. The latest rumours and stories from the world of soccer. Evaluation and opinion from our football writer. The way to get into football – the hottest game in the world, across the UK with facilities and clubs. Do you feel tired or short of breath? Read more:
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