West Brom have sacked Slaven Bilic after the club’s 1-1 draw against Manchester City on Tuesday.
After this development, Sam Allardyce likely to replace him as head coach at The Hawthorns.
On the Premier League table, West Brom are 19th after picking up just one win in their first 13 games following their promotion from the Championship last season.
After the sack, the club released a statement which read:
“Albion would like to thank Slaven and his coaching staff for their efforts in achieving promotion last season and wishes them all well in the future,”
On the Bilic’s replacement, the 66-year-old is expected to be appointed ahead of Sunday’s match against local rivals Aston Villa as
At the moment, negotiations are ongoing between West Brom and Allardyce.