Darren Bent has announced his decision on whether Kieran McKenna would quit Ipswich Town to become Sunderland’s new manager.

Sunderland are on the market for a new manager after sacking Michael Beale.
Sunderland on lookout for Michael Beale replacement
Sunderland is looking for a new manager once again this season. The Black Cats, who formerly competed in the Premier League, are striving for promotion from the Championship.
Sunderland fired Tony Mowbray in December, and this week they decided to fire his replacement, Michael Beale.

The Black Cats have appointed Mike Dodds as interim manager until the end of the season, and HITC knows that they want to hire young Englishman Will Still from Stade de Reims in the summer of 2024.

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Darren Bent’s assessment on Kieran McKenna’s move to Sunderland
Former Sunderland striker Darren Bent discussed the club’s management situation on talkSPORT.
Bent has named former Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper as a possible candidate for the position at the Stadium of Light, but the former Ipswich Town striker does not believe Kieran McKenna will take over at Sunderland anytime soon.

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Sunderland, according to the talkSPORT commentator, is a greater club than Ipswich. McKenna is currently in control of the Tractor Boys.

When asked about McKenna’s move to Sunderland, Bent replied on talkSPORT (4:38 pm, February 19, 2024): “No.”

Bent was then asked whether club is bigger, Sunderland or Ipswich. The pundit said, “Sunderland.” Probably Sunderland.

While Sunderland is a major club whose ultimate goal is to return to the Premier League, I don’t believe Kieran McKenna is interested in leaving Ipswich Town right now.

Ipswich are in contention for automatic promotion to the Premier League. While the Tractor Boys have dropped out of the Championship’s top two, they are still only three points behind second-place Leeds United, who have played one more game.

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