Tony Cascarino blames David Moyes for being lazy with signings

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Sunderland's 10-year stay in the Premier League was ended as Josh King's late victor for Bournemouth confirmed their relegation. Boos greeted the final whistle as home fans showed their frustration at what has been a dismal season watching their side.

Sunderland's captain John O'Shea has admitted he is unsure what his future at the club is following their relegation from the Premier League.

Moyes, who took over the reins at Sunderland last summer, has been the subject of fan protests calling for him to resign. "There is significant work to be done over the summer and when the season is concluded, we intend to share our plans to move forward with our supporters", he added.

You have to give Sunderland credit, they don't hang about.

Having taken just one point from a possible 45 on their travels, Hull's chorinic problmems on the road are in danger of dragging them under.

"I've said near enough from the start that I'm experienced, and I know what a Premier League team looks like, I know what a Premier League squad looks like, and I've felt like we've been short of a little bit of quality to try to make that difference".

Bournemouth remained a threat on the break, however, and Donald Love was forced to clear a King shot off the line before Benik Afobe had two powerful strikes blocked.

Owner Ellis Short thought he had found a like-for-like replacement in Moyes, a man who he revealed had been his "number one managerial target for the last five appointments". "I'm just sorry that we weren't able to do a better job".

"From the start of the season when we went to Manchester City their winning goal came two minutes from the end, we then had a awful start to the season and struggled to win a game".

Sunderland has been in the Premier League since 2007.

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe was delighted to effectively secure a third season in the Premier League.

A club badly managed from above for at least four years, three managers have got them out of it at the end of the season including Sam Allardyce a year ago, the rot set in at Sunderland a long time ago, and it came right from the top. "If they had scored, they would not deserve it", said Hull manager Silva. He got some good players in January and when Moyes came in he didn't have time to buy, and I think the club paid the consequences.

"It's been a tough challenge winning away from home in the Premier League", said Burnley manager Sean Dyche.