Allardyce will not continue to lead West Bromwich

West Bromwich has not been able to maintain the category and will have to carve out promotion to the Premier next season. The ‘baggies’ will live a difficult stage in second and will do so without their current coach, Sam Allardyce, who will not remain on the English team’s bench.

The coach himself assured it after the defeat on Wednesday against West Ham. “West Bromwich Albion made me a generous offer to stay at The Hawthorns that shows the commitment of an ambitious club. After seriously considering it, I have decided not to accept that offer, “he said.

“If I stayed and achieved promotion next season, the expectation would be that I continue at least another season and, sadly, that is not a commitment that I feel capable of making at this stage of my career,” added the 66-year-old coach. years.

“I think the club now needs stability and continuity and this, in my opinion, would be best provided by a young and ambitious coach who can take us back to where we should be as an established football club in the Premier League.”

Allardyce said West Brom has asked him for his opinion on who the next manager should be. “The club has asked my opinion on the qualities that my successor will require and I have been more than happy to express my opinion. The search for my replacement starts after the last game of the season at Leeds United ”.

Allardyce arrived in the middle of this season to replace Sven Bilic.