Birmingham City join Preston North End in hunt for £90.1m-rated Sunderland flop

Birmingham City join Preston North End in hunt for £90.1m-rated Sunderland flop

Birmingham City join Preston North End in hunt for £90.1m-rated Sunderland flop

Luke O’Nien says he loves one thing Regis Le Bris has done ‘straight away’ at Sunderland

Since Regis Le Bris arrived at Sunderland last month,

Luke O’Nien has only had positive things to say about him.

Nearly three weeks ago, Le Bris was announced as Michael Beale’s

permanent replacement, capping four months of seeking for a new manager.
O’Nien and his Sunderland teammates hadn’t had a chance to meet

the Frenchman in person until last week, as they had just returned to preseason

training on Monday.

It was soon revealed that Chris Rigg had inked a new deal, thus Le Bris appeared

to have had a strong start.

Sunderland is already adjusting to the fashion of Le Bris.

O’Nien also gave the impression that he was having fun at the

Academy of Light, praising his teammates for their recent performance on

the training field.

Birmingham City join Preston North End in hunt for £90.1m-rated Sunderland flop
Birmingham City join Preston North End in hunt for £90.1m-rated Sunderland flop

The defender stated, “We’ve gone over the philosophy and he likes it when it

goes into training straight away,” in a statement to the team. It’s excellent

that the concept and style are evident right away even after only six or seven days.

First, the Black Cats coach is creating a “identity.”

Le Bris is obviously trying to rebuild the squad from the ground up,

since he has already talked a lot about creating “foundations” and a “identity.”

This team clearly has a lot of talent and potential, but for a variety of reasons

they haven’t been clicking on the field and they don’t appear like

 

the fluid team that made it to the playoffs more than a year ago.

Le Bris is aware that he cannot simply show up, demand something,

and be done with it. He is aware that there is still work to be done in

every area and that before we can accept improvements on the field,

adjustments must be made off it.

Even if the 48-year-old’s demotion with Lorient raised legitimate concerns,

everything that has been said since his arrival looks optimistic, and

many fans seem to be excited—if not a little nervous—for what lies ahead.

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