Luke O’Nien posts 26-word Tony Mowbray message ahead of West Brom match

Luke O’Nien, a player for Sunderland, has expressed gratitude to former head coach Tony Mowbray for the memorable moments created during Mowbray’s tenure on Wearside. Mowbray, who led Sunderland to the play-offs last season, was recently dismissed after the team’s 1-1 draw against Millwall.

O’Nien took to so

cial media to convey his appreciation, sharing a photo of Mowbray holding O’Nien’s newborn son Jude after a home game against Watford last season. The caption alongside the photo captured the essence of Mowbray’s coaching style, describing him as someone who treated the team like family and brought unforgettable moments to the players and the club.


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Mowbray’s departure comes with Sunderland currently three points off the top six after 19 games in the current season. The team is now in the process of searching for a new head coach. In the interim, an interim coaching team led by Mike Dodds is set to take charge of the upcoming home match against West Brom on Saturday, with a subsequent fixture against Leeds at the Stadium of Light scheduled for Tuesday, December 12. The transition marks a pivotal moment for Sunderland as they seek a new direction under new leadership.

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