Pressure is building at the Stadium of Light, as Sunderland have won just one of their last seven games.
Roy Keane’s Sunderland are in the relegation zone having lost to Bolton at home 4-1. The result prompted manager Roy Keane to question his own role at the club,fuelling rumours that he is set to walk out on the club.
I’m the manager of this football club and ultimately I’m responsible. I’ve never shied away from that.
That’s part of being a manager and that’s why I take full responsibility for today, the run we’re on and everything else.
I ask myself every single day if I am the right man for Sunderland. I asked myself this morning and I said that I was.
Tomorrow morning if the answer’s no we will have to look at it.
I have to be honest in my assessment. It’s not about what’s best for Roy Keane, it’s Sunderland Football Club.
I might wake up on Monday morning and think I’m the right man. On Tuesday it might be different.
Keane became Sunderland manager in 2006 and pushed Sunderland to promotion to the Premier League in his first season. Sunderland are currently third from bottom of the Premier League, having lost 8 games so far this term.