Alan Pardew set for showdown talks with West Brom house owners – however boss insists he is not going to give up


Alan Pardew admits West Brom’s house owners might need to sack him as he seeks showdown talks, however insists he is not going to give up as supervisor.

The Baggies went down 4-1 at home to Leicester City to depart them eight factors from the protection line and rooted to the underside of the Premier League with eight video games left.

It was a seventh straight defeat in all competitions – Albion’s worst run in 15 years – and Pardew has gained simply as soon as in 16 top-flight video games.

They’re observing relegation following a second-half no-show the place Riyad Mahrez, Kelechi Iheanacho and Vicente Iborra scored after Jamie Vardy’s beautiful first-half volley.

Pardew mentioned: “Earlier than you even ask me the query, will I communicate to these upstairs? Sure I’ll, after all I’ll, as a result of it is getting tough.

“My satisfaction on the sidelines is such that I do not need to stand and watch that final 15, 20 minutes.

“My groups are higher than that and I need my workforce right here to be higher than that.

“For me, it is about planning for subsequent week and preparing for a tough recreation at Bournemouth and that is what I’ll do.

“But I will still talk to them and get a feeling of what they think because they might think a change is a better thing for the club, I don’t know.”

However the under-fire boss mentioned he wouldn’t resign.

“The one thing I’m not going to do is what I said on Thursday, is I’m not going to lay down tools,” he added.

“I mentioned to the gamers they’ve to combat to the top and I am criticising them for the final 20 minutes as a result of they weren’t preventing.

“They’ve got to fight to the end. I don’t care whatever job or workplace you’re in, if you’re under pressure and you don’t want to fight, don’t bother turning up.”