Sunderland boss, Dick Advocaat will hold an emergency crisis meeting with his players on Sunday morning to try to sort out the mess that the club find themselves in.
Advocaat said that the players tempo had been similar in pre-season but that he ‘hoped’ things would change once the season got going – clearly things haven’t changed.
‘It was even worse than last week,’ Advocaat told the BBC. ‘We have to discuss with the players how we go on.
‘We have to find the solution, because otherwise we have no chance.’
‘Even this squad must be good enough to get a better result against Norwich, with five new players, but there is something wrong, that’s quite simple,’ Advocaat added.
‘It was the same in pre-season and you hoped it would change but it is not changing.
‘I have an idea about it, but tomorrow we will have a meeting and they can talk and I will talk. Myself as well, I am responsible for that, no doubt.’