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West Bromwich Albion Next Manager

West Brom last won a trophy was in the 2007/08 season when they won the Championship and was promoted to the Premier League. After 8 years in England's top flight, the club was relegated from the Premier League after the 2017/18 season. Tony Pulis started the season as their manager but was soon sacked due to bad results. He was replaced by Alan Pardew, who also couldn't get the club to safety from relegation. Pardew and the club separated their ways with mutual consent in April 2018. The club appointed Darren Moore as their caretaker manager. He managed to deliver a very good run with the club but that wasn't enough for West Brom to avoid relegation. Darren Moore even won the Premier League manager of the month April. After the end of the season, Darren Moore was given a permanent job at the club as the manager on a three-year contract.

West Brom started the 2018/19 Championship season in a good way. After six gameweeks, West Brom is only four points behind Leeds United, who are at the top of the table.  West Brom is at 9th on the table, and have a good chance to get a promotion if they up their game a little bit. But if Darren fails to get the promotion or the players do not perform well; in that case, the club could decide to sack him. If that happens, the managers who could replace him are-

Dean Smith
Current Club: Brentford

Dean Smith managed Walsall at the beginning of this managerial career in 2011. After almost five years of managing Walsall, he joined Brentford in November 2015. He finished last season at 9th on the table of Championship but his side was "widely regarded as the Championship's entertainers" after he built an attracting passing style of play on a shoestring budget. This season Dean Smith's Brentford has been doing fantastic and are 5th on the table after six gameweeks. If West Brom decides to sack their manager, Dean would be a fantastic choice.

Lee Johnson
Current Club: Bristol City

Lee Johnson managed Barnsley and Oldham before joining Bristol City in February 2016. Bristol City had a very good season at the League Cup last season after they reached the Semi-Final. They sat 2nd on the table of Championship at the mid-point of the season but finished at 11th which denied them promotion. But Lee remained at the club and has started the 2018/19 season very well. If West Brom seeks a new manager, then they could decide to persuade Lee Johnson from Bristol.

Derek McInnes
Current Club: Aberdeen

Derek currently manages Aberdeen which is a Scottish club but is a former manager of Bristol City. He may want to come back to manage another Championship side and he could be West Brom's next choice as the manager if they decide to sack Darren.