Roy Keane's future as Sunderland boss looks in doubt after the Black Cats lost their fourth game in row going down 4-1 to Bolton at home. The defeat leaves Sunderland in the relegation zone with the pressure mounting on the former Manchester United legend.
Keane has taken full responsibility for Sunderland's slide into the bottom three and told reporters that he is no longer sure that he is the best manager to be in charge at the North East club.
Speaking to reporters the Corkman said: "I ask myself every single day if I am the right man for Sunderland. I asked myself in the morning and I said that I was. Sunday morning if the answer's no we will have to look at it."