Steve Bruce had marked a 18-month contract with West Brom in February however won only eight of his 32 games in control.
Title club West Brom on Monday fired supervisor Steve Bruce after only eight months in control with the club in the transfer zone. The previous Newcastle chief, 61, marked a 18-month contract at the Hawthorns in February yet won only eight of his 32 games in control. “West Bromwich Albion have today left supervisor Steve Bruce,” the club said in a proclamation. “Private cabin staff Steve Agnew, Stephen Clemence and Alex Bruce (Bruce’s child) have additionally left the Hawthorns.
The club might want to put on record its gratitude to Steve Bruce and his training staff for their endeavors since showing up in February.
The club said the most common way of delegating another supervisor was in progress.
The previous Manchester Joined protector has appreciated four advancements to the Head Association during his long administrative profession yet leaves with West Brom 22nd in the Title after only one win in their initial 13 association games.
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