Looks like Steve Bruce will be announced as West Brom manager tomorrow, a sound appointment, will be great to have him back in the game.
Looks like Steve Breuce could bve on the brink, rumours are he may have two more games to save his skin with Alan Curbishley an early frontrunner to replace him.
Looks like Steve Bruce could be on the brink, rumours are he may have two more games to save his skin with Alan Curbishley an early frontrunner to replace him.
Bruce has won 8 out of 31 matches with the Baggies - the worst win percentage of his long managerial career. This is a shocking return for a club in receipt of parachute payments in a weak Championship. I think his Newcastle experience has destroyed him.
I think you've been Crodo'd [emoji38]ol:Alan Curbishley's name gets mentioned for every other manager vacancy going and yet he hasn't managed anyone for 14 years. I wondered why he always gets mentioned, but never gets a job. Looking at his Wiki page, he has managed Charlton and West Ham and worked on the coaching staff at Fulham. I'm guessing that he's happy in London and won't be going anywhere else. I did wonder how he can be so picky after 14 years and then I found the report of him suing West Ham for constructive dismissal and getting a £2,200,000 pay off back in 2009. Unless he invested it all in UK government bonds, I don't reckon he'll be need to be heading to a Championship relegation battle in the Midlands.
I never cease to be amazed at the number of times Llewellyn Curbishley's name is mentioned when it comes to possible jobs in football management.
This despite him not managing at any level for about fifteen years now. Currently on the coaching staff at Fulham l believe.