West Bromwich Albion FC information: Alan Pardew set for talks with Baggies board on Monday


West Brom boss Alan Pardew will meet the Baggies board for talks on Monday as his job hangs by a thread.

The 56-year-old’s place is below fixed assessment with Albion eight factors from the Premier League security line and backside of the desk.

It’s understood it was enterprise as traditional at The Hawthorns on Sunday whereas the Baggies beforehand felt maintaining Pardew for now was finest for the membership’s long-term future.

A scarcity of viable options has helped Pardew’s place at Albion however the stress grew following Saturday’s Four-1 residence defeat to Leicester.

Following the sport Pardew mentioned he’ll search talks with the membership and admitted they might wish to sack him with these discussions set to be held on Monday.

He mentioned after the sport: “Earlier than you even ask me the query, will I converse to these upstairs? Sure I’ll, in fact I’ll as a result of it is getting troublesome.

“For me, it is about planning for subsequent week and preparing for a troublesome 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.”

Chief government Mark Jenkins, who returned to the position final month after the sackings of chairman John Williams and chief government Martin Goodman, is again from China following talks with the membership’s proprietor Guochuan Lai.

Jenkins was in China for major sponsor Palm’s AGM with Pardew having gained simply as soon as in 16 league video games since changing Tony Pulis.

His reign has additionally seen some dressing room points, highlighted by Jonny Evans, Jake Livermore, Gareth Barry and Boaz Myhill allegedly stealing a taxi whereas in Barcelona with the membership final month.

Grzegorz Krychowiak, on mortgage from Paris St Germain, confirmed dissent to his supervisor after he was substituted on Saturday.

Pardew mentioned: “I do have a problem with it because I’ve supported him and played him and stuck by him when he’s not been particularly great.”

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