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Sunderland have parted ways with first-team manager Tony Mowbray Swansea have also sacked head coach Michael Duff after a difficult run of form Erik ten Hag has not located the soul and heartbeat of United and, without it, they are screwed - Listen to It's All Kicking Off 

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There was a double sacking in the Championship on Monday evening as both Sunderland and Swansea decided to part ways with their respective managers. 

Sunderland announced Tony Mowbray had left the club just a day after they were drawn at home to Newcastle in the third round of the FA Cup.

Mowbray's  assistant, Mark Venus, has also departed, with Mick Dodds placed in temporary charge of the first-team. 

The Black Cats featured in last season's play offs under Mowbray before losing to eventual promotion winners Luton, however have struggled so far this season.

Mowbray oversaw 65 matches at Sunderland's helm, recording 1.46 points-per-match, after replacing Alex Neil who left to join Sunderland in August last year.

Sunderland parted company with first-team manager Tony Mowbray after 15 months in charge

Sunderland parted company with first-team manager Tony Mowbray after 15 months in charge

Swansea have also sacked first-team manager Michael Duff after a difficult run of form

Sunderland's sporting director Kristjaan Speakman announced Mowbray's sacking via the club's official website, stating: 'This was a difficult decision to make.

'But we remain loyal to our ambition

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