West Brom Part Ways With Manager

West Brom Part Ways With Manager

West Brom Part Ways With Manager

Pardew was appointed in late November after the dismissal of Tony Pulis, his appointment coming due to the support of technical director Nick Hammond.

Saturday's loss to Burnley was West Brom's ninth in a row in all competitions, leaving them seven points adrift of nearest strugglers Stoke City and a full 10 points from escaping the relegation zone.

Pardew's assistant John Carver has also left and the Championship-bound club will take their time to appoint a successor.

A club statement read, 'West Bromwich Albion and Alan Pardew have agreed to mutually part company today following discussions between both parties.

What had been meant to be a warm-weather break to help players bond and escape the tension of what was happening on the pitch erupted into a full blown catastrophe.


Gareth Barry, Jonny Evans, Jake Livermore and Boaz Myhill were questioned by police but not arrested. Pardew's contract included a break clause at the end of the season minimising the club's potential pay-off.

2 - Pardew's FA Cup wins with the club exceed his tally in the league after Albion saw off Exeter and, remarkably, Liverpool before losing to Southampton.

McInnes, 46, has turned down both Sunderland and Rangers in the a year ago but the West Brom gig would be a different proposition.

"I think if you look at the stats of one win in 18 then the results haven't been good enough for Pardew, there is no doubt about that", Cottee told Sky Sports News.

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