Sunderland face another break until Watford on April Fools' Day
6:55am 20th March 2017
(Updated 8:39am 20th March 2017)
The Black Cats are still bottom of the table and 7 points from safety, thanks to a goalless draw with Burnley.
David Moyes knows time is running out to save the Black Cats from the drop.
But he says the only issue with performances is a lack of quality - and not his players' effort.
Speaking after the result, he says his plans are constantly on the move:-
Up next, after the international break, it's a trip to Watford on April Fools' Day, a week on Saturday.
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