Allardyce SECOND favourite to be next Premier League manager sacked
Sam Allardyce is already SECOND favourite to be the next Premier League manager sacked after miserable start to life at West Brom with just one point, three home defeats and 13 goals conceded in four games
- West Brom manager Sam Allardyce is second favourite to be next boss sacked
- The 66-year-old was brought to the Hawthorns on December 16 to save them
- However, he’s endured a tough start to life in the Midlands upon topflight return
- Odds for Allardyce to be next topflight boss to be given the boot are just 14/5
West Brom’s Sam Allardyce is already second favourite to be the next Premier League manager sacked.
The 66-year-old was brought to the Hawthorns on December 16 after the Baggies sacked Slaven Bilic with the club deep in the relegation zone.
However, after just two-and-a-half weeks at the helm, Allardyce is already feeling the pressure after a miserable start and the bookmakers aren’t fancying him to stay in the Midlands very long.
West Brom’s Sam Allardyce is second favourite to be the next Premier League manager sacked
The Baggies suffered another heavy defeat and sit six points from safety in relegation zone
Betting odds for Allardyce to be the next topflight boss to be given the boot are just 14/5, with only Sheffield United’s Chris Wilder given lower odds of 6/5, according to Oddschecker.
The Englishman, credited for never suffering Premier League relegation in his career as a manager, has endured a tough time since taking over the promoted side.
Their 4-0 drubbing from Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal on Saturday added to Allardyce’s problems, as he is yet to win a match with West Brom.
West Brom have only managed to claim one win against fellow strugglers Sheffield United
In fact, from their 17 topflight matches this season, they have won only once against Sheffield United in November.
Since he took over, Allardyce has seen them lose 3-0 to Aston Villa, draw 1-1 with Liverpool and lose 5-0 at home to Leeds before their battering from the Gunners.
The Baggies find themselves six points from safety in the relegation zone, having only just earned promotion back to the Premier League last season under Allardyce’s predecessor Bilic.
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