Will West Brom ever find a new manager? It’s becoming increasingly unlikely. That’s until the end of the season at least.
James Shan is looking like he may take the job until the end of the current campaign after journalist Matt Wilson confirmed that the club will give him temporary help in the coaching department if he wants it.
Any new coach won’t be made official until after Blues game because situation in flux, but if Shan wants temporary help this week, that will be authorised https://t.co/rlIK97kl2Y
— Matt Wilson (@mattwilson_star) March 25, 2019
It’s yet more news that has left Baggies supporters incredibly frustrated, branding the club a laughing stock and claiming they were utterly incompetent.
One fan’s message was simple, leaving a GIF of a clown, summing up how the entire situation has become a circus since Darren Moore was sacked.
The club dismissed the 44-year-old from his position at the beginning of March but are still yet to find a replacement. Talks with Slavisa Jokanovic were reportedly ongoing but nothing has materialised.
For now, the wait will go on for a new permanent manager to walk through the door at the Hawthorns.
However, Shan has steadied the ship having won his first two games in temporary charge.
Here’s how West Brom supporters reacted to the latest update.
What a load of old twaddle! ‘temporary help’ for a temporary coach … where is the new manager!! Brewery and a certain word spring to mind @wba
— Sally Price (@SallyPrice4) March 25, 2019
Aka the Board don’t have a clue what they are doing – utter incompetence
— Robert Bradley (@robbrad1809) March 25, 2019
Everything is temporary with us at the moment, temporary playing staff, temporary help for a temporary manager, where is the long term planning.
— DALE (@M3DL1D) March 25, 2019
— Scott ?????????????? (@BoingUK) March 25, 2019
we are a pathetic laughing stock
— Andy (@andylaw999) March 25, 2019
With all due respect, I can’t see any major changes before the season. The more time passes, the bigger the risk to replace the current structure with a new man in charge. If we were fighting a relegation battle, it would have made sense but it doesn’t in this context.
— Conrad Chircop (@conradchircop) March 25, 2019