West Brom sacked their manager Steve Bruce after a poor start to the season

West Brom started their 2022 season in Championship very badly as they played 13 matches from which they won only one. It was a poor start from West Brom that has left the club in the relegation zone. After this poor performance, West Brom sacked their manager, Steve Bruce.

West Brom made this decision after they drew with Luton Town by 0-0 on Saturday, which extended Brom’s winless run in the Championship to eight matches.

The club released a statement in which they said that West Bromwich Albion has today parted company with Manager Steve Bruce. Moreover, the statement said Backroom staff Stephen Clemence, Steve Agnew, and Alex Bruce have also left West Brom.

In the statement, the club said that the club would like to place on record its thanks to Steve Bruce and his coaching team for their efforts since arriving in February.

Richard Beale, under-21s coach, will oversee first-team affairs on an interim basis, assisted by Gary Walsh and James Morrison, the statement said.

In the end, the statement said that the process of recruiting a new Manager is now underway, and an appointment will be confirmed in due course.

Since Bruce took charge of West Brom, they won eight, drawn 12, and lost 12 of their 32 games since taking charge in February. He departs the group with a 25% win ratio, which is very low.

It has been a dismal spell for a club with ambitions of returning to the Premier League, and because of that, supporters are increasingly vocal in their anger.

In Championship, West Brom has won only one game, eight draws, and four losses, which led them to the relegation stage.

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