Gary Cahill has come out to defend the Blues back four, but then with the Englishman being part of it it’s easy to see why.
The west London club conceded three league goals in a match for the second time in four days on Saturday as Stoke City ran out 3-2 victors.
There is no let up for the Scot who has now guided United to back-to-back home defeats and they trail league leaders the Gunners by 13 points.
The fans are starting to get on Moyes’ back now and the 50-year-old needs to start clawing back towards the top four or risk the sack.
This is perhaps a little unfair to single out one Sunderland player, but it was the defender’s calamitous own goal that led to yet another defeat for the Black Cats against Tottenham Hotspur.
O’Shea’s mistake serves as a metaphor for how the team’s campaign is going so far and they are now five points adrift at the bottom of the table.
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