Confused by the whole "they're third" and "I hope they stay down now" shouts.
If they stuck with LJ they were staying down and they're clinging onto third at the moment.
7 league wins in 17 league games - that is not promotion form - Sunderland have looked at the last 17 games of LJ's career and the rest of it to correctly identify that they would remain a League One side under him.
I wouldn't be surprised if they can find their way back into the top two should they appoint someone with knowledge on promotion.
LJ is, as he always was, a failure again.