With Will Still a major Sunderland managerial target for months now, fans of the Championship club will be well aware he’s often involved in drama.

Sometimes that comes via his candid interviews, during which the Belgium born manager will often say something which can grab a headline or two.

His managerial future, and the interest of Sunderland, has been the topic of that at times, but certainly not all the time and the weekend provided an example of what kind of mindset he has right now.

Reims are eighth in Ligue 1, and a recent run of poor results has made qualification for the Conference League difficult, with others overtaking them.

Saturday saw a 3-0 defeat to Strasbourg, and after the match Still wasn’t happy at all. So Foot quote him as saying: “We failed collectively. From a perfect scenario, we transformed it into a nightmare by simply committing collective suicide.”

So Foot say the comments from the 31-year-old are, and perhaps typically, a ‘little over the top’.

Having also seen a player sent off, and worrying about fitness levels within his tea, Still added: “Eventually it becomes an intergalactic nightmare. To be honest, it blows my mind.”

Should Still remain first choice for Sunderland and accept the job, then at the very least the press conferences and post-match interviews should be fun.