It would appear as though Sunderland as a football club is now being much better run by good people that evidently know what they’re doing.
The Black Cats are in the third tier now thanks to awful mismanagement at the highest level but new people have come in and they clearly have lofty ambitions.
Indeed, he is expected to be put forward as the National Party’s lead candidate for the role next month as he looks to takeover from the current government run by the Broad Front party.
This will not mean he’s not involved in Sunderland, though, as, according to the report, he’ll be looking to get some of the brightest young Uruguayan footballers to the club in the future.
This would certainly be an interesting development for the Wearsiders.
Sartori is clearly a determined chap and as well as helping Sunderland change for the better he’s looking to do just that with his country.
Whether or not he is successful remains to be seen but it could at least mean some talented young footballers come to the club.
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