West Brom sack Alan Irvine Watch
They'll go for the cheap option again as very few managers will want to work under their structure and their bizarre transfer policy. Their squad has far too many cheap, past it ''names'' cobbled together with a couple of loanees - we've seen West Ham, Newcastle & Fulham all relegated in recent years for doing the same thing. Can see WBA going down either this season or next.
If we end up with Sherwood, who is currently favourite, then that's just laughable. We had him in the summer but didn't give him what he wanted and I imagine we would have to cave in to get him now.
I'd love to see Pulis at Newcastle, I want to see what he can do with a decent squad with a large & passionate fan base.
Plus, they've sacked Big Sam before for his style of football. Would their fans give him a chance? I'm not so sure they would.
Steve Clarke should have been given more time tbh #controversial.
WBA won't go down now I expect.
Sherwood turned the job down so if they want him, will have to agree to his demands (his own backroom team and possibly being given a new gilet). Pulis wants control over transfer and can't see that happening.