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Gustavo Poyet has plotted a Sunderland revival by opting for a consensus rather than a dictatorial approach to management, according to his No. 2, Mauricio Taricco.The northeast club looked down and out when the former Uruguay midfielder replaced controversial Italian Paolo Di Canio in October, with the team seemingly stranded at the foot of the Premier League with one point from seven matches.Sunderland's fortunes have improved under Poyet, climbing to third from bottom, advancing to the FA Cup quarterfinals and reaching Sunday's League Cup final at Wembley where they gave strong favorites Manchester City an early fright before going down 3-1 .Taricco, who also worked under Poyet at Championship club Brighton and Hove Albion, said life was tough toward the foot of the Premier League table.
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