Interim Sunderland manager Kevin Ball is set for future talks with the club's board after Saturday's game with Manchester United.
Interim Sunderland manager Kevin Ball has said that he will discuss his future with the club's board after Saturday's Premier League game with Manchester United.
Ball was given the interim position following the departure of previous boss Paolo Di Canio following a supposed player revolt at the Stadium of Light.
"I spoke to the board earlier in the week and they said about taking Saturday's game and then we would speak after, and I was quite happy to do that," Ball told Sky Sports News.
"Yes, some people might say, 'You are better off getting it sorted out', but ultimately, they have got a little window now."
Since Ball took charge Sunderland have beaten Peterborough 2-0 in the League Cup, while also losing 3-1 to Liverpool in the Premier League.
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