West Brom manager Steve Clarke has praised his team after they showed a great character to come back from three goals down against Manchester United not once but twice in the match.
West Brom managed a 5-5 draw with Manchester United on the final day of the season, which was also the last time Sir Alex Ferguson was managing the club. This was his 1500th game in charge of the club. West Brom striker Romelu Lukaku, who is on loan from Chelsea, managed to bag a hat-trick in the match, as he helped the club get an astonishing score against the Premier league champions.
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After a great first few months of the campaign in which West Brom absolutely stunned everyone with their incredible form, the last few months have been extremely poor. They have been consistently slipping down the table after a poor run of results.
The West Brom manager Steve Clarke has clearly admitted that he would like to see his team get their revenge on Fulham for the 3-0 defeat suffered earlier in the season.
The West Brom manager Steve Clarke has said that he is looking for a response from its players, who were soundly beaten 3-1 by Swansea in the midweek action. West Brom came into the match in the top four spot after having played 14 matches this season.
They have taken impressive results at home on to the away trips as well, but they were unable to do anything against a very good Swansea team. West Brom were below par in this match, which surprised the manager Steve Clarke. He has seen West Brom dominant all the matches since his arrival as a replacement for Roy Hodgson in the summer.
The West Brom manager Steve Clarke has said that the former Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster was responsible for the goal scored by Liverpool, which ultimately helped the Merseyside club in the league cup match against West Brom. Liverpool earned a hardfought 2-1 win over West Brom, who had beaten them earlier in the season.
The 3-0 defeat of Liverpool on the opening day of the season must have given the West Brom players a lot of confidence ahead of this match. However, they were unable to replicate the same form in this match and they were soundly beaten by their opponents.
The West Brom manager Steve Clarke has said that he will not be carried away with the good start made by his club in the season. West Brom were never expected to be in the top half of the table, but under the guidance of Steve Clarke, they have been able to get 14 points in the seven matches played so far.
West Brom have secured the signature of the former Werder Bremen player Markus Rosenberg, who was available on a free transfer after allowing his contract to come to an end with the German club. Rosenberg will be available for all of the West Brom fixtures pre-season.
New West Brom manager Steve Clarke has said that he wants to retain both Shane Long and Peter Odemwingie at the club, despite transfer rumours linking the Cameroon international with a move to the Middle East.
Peter Odemwingie has been a huge hit at the hawthorns in recent seasons. Even though he may not have had his best of campaign last season, Steve Clarke has said that he is one of the important players at the club. Shane long has also been linked with a move elsewhere, but Clarke has reiterated that he would like to retain the former Reading striker.
Premier league club West Brom have named former Chelsea and Liverpool assistant manager Steve Clarke as their man to replace manager Roy Hodgson.
West Brom lost the services of Roy Hodgson after the former Liverpool manager decided to take up the England managerial job.