SLAVEN BILIC might be sacked by West Brom at this time with Sam Allardyce set to take over.
SunSport understands the previous England boss might be appointed by Baggies chiefs and begin work as quickly as tomorrow.
Former England boss Sam Allardyce is near a return to top-flight administration with West BromCredit score: Getty Photographs
Slaven Bilic is going through the sack at West Brom regardless of main the membership to promotion and the draw at Man Metropolis on Tuesday night timeCredit score: Kevin Quigley
Bilic faces the sack at West Brom – regardless of his aspect incomes a heroic level at Manchester Metropolis final night time.
He’ll develop into the primary Premier League managerial casualty of the season.
West Brom, who stay nineteenth within the desk after the 1-1 draw on the Etihad, are resulting from maintain talks with Bilic on Wednesday, and regardless of successful promotion from the Championship final season, the membership’s hierarchy really feel a change is required.
Bilic was requested about his future after the sport and replied: “I’m very calm, I like my job, I take pleasure in it and I’m working onerous for myself and my workers for the membership.
“Every thing else out of my management. I’m simply doing my finest.
“I’m not bothered what’s taking place behind the scenes, I don’t care.”
Bilic, who has been in control of West Brom for 18 months, has a contract with the Midlands outfit till the tip of the season.
Allardyce has been out of labor since he left Everton in Might 2018.
The ex-England supervisor has a historical past with the Baggies after he was employed as a player-coach by Brian Talbot in February 1989.
Baggies keeper Sam Johnstone – man of the match at Man Metropolis – says the gamers are nonetheless preventing for BilicCredit score: AFP
The pair had been sacked in January 1991 after West Brom suffered a shock 4-2 FA Cup third spherical defeat to non-league Woking.
With Bilic on the brink, Baggies keeper Sam Johnstone produced a man-of-the-match show to earn a spirited level on the Etihad.
Johnstone made three excellent saves to disclaim Kevin de Bruyne, Ilkay Gundogan and Raheem Sterling late on – after which acknowledged his team-mates had been preventing for his or her under-fire supervisor.
Johnstone added: “The supervisor is nice. All of us struggle for him, one another and the membership. The boys love him so we knew getting promoted it will be powerful.
“We’re not hiding away from that and giving it our greatest shot.
“We’re buzzing from this efficiency and if we hold taking part in like that then hopefully extra outcomes ought to go our approach.”