West Brom did not take a close approach to Sam Allardyce to replace Slavin Bilic. Sky Sports News He understands this, amid reports that the Croat is ready to be sacked.
The Premier League club declined to comment on reports that despite his team, Bilic would be sent off on Wednesday Winning 1-1 draw with Manchester City Tuesday night.
Bilic led West Brom to promotion last season but the team struggled to make a comeback, winning only once in the Premier League against bottom-ranked Sheffield United.
West Brom remains second, despite a draw with City, but only two points behind Burnley, who is 17th.
Bilic He insists he is comfortable about his future Despite speculation about his role.
“I am very calm. I love my work, I enjoy it and I work hard for myself and my staff for the club,” Bilic said after the club draw.
“Everything else is out of my control. I’m just doing my best. I don’t think about other things. I’m not bothered by what’s going on behind the scenes – I don’t care.”
Reports also indicate that former England coach Allardyce is top of the list to replace Pelic at The Hawthorns.
Allardyce had been without a role since Everton sacked him in 2018 but the former Bolton, Blackburn and West Ham coach He says he turned down a chance to return to Newcastle Before Steve Bruce was appointed in 2019.
West Bromwich Albion hierarchy did not support Bilic in the summer
Analysis from Sky Sports analyst and former West Brom striker Don Goodman …
“I don’t think the hierarchy in West Bromwich Albion supported Slavin Bilic well enough in the summer.
“I understand there are budgets but you are looking at employment … Dianjana, Pereira – players who were already at the club; Krovinovic is back on loan.
“Gallagher is a good player but he was in the tournament last season. The striker is the biggest piece in the Panorama but Karlan Grant was mostly in the tournament too. It was a big request for Bilic.”
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