Carlos Corberan will sign a two-and-a-half year contract with West Brom to be their new manager. The Baggies have been on the lookout for a new boss since Steve Bruce was sacked earlier this month following a dismal start of the campaign. It had been reported that Corberan was a leading contender to land the job and he has come through several interviews to become the clear favourite – with an announcement expected on Tuesday evening confirming his arrival.
West Brom on the cusp of managerial breakthrough
And, reporter Guillem Balague has provided further details on Corberan’s appointment, as he revealed the Spaniard is on his way to the West Midlands and he will sign a deal until 2025. Corberan travelling from Leeds to Birmingham to sign for West Brom for 2 1/2 years. This is exciting news! Process, lots of work and structure is what he has to do now. Try to find out what he is doing to understand that process. Continue reading ” CONTRACT DETAILS EMERGE AS WEST BROM CLOSE IN ON APPOINTMENT”
Steve Bruce could be tempted to axe out-of-sorts Conor Townsend and start new signing Erik Pieters for West Brom in their West Midlands derby showdown with Birmingham at The Hawthorns on Wednesday night. Albion have made two new signings since their last outing on 2 September when debutant Brandon Thomas-Asante’s 98th-minute goal earned a well-deserved point against Burnley.
Australian playmaker Tom Rogic and Dutch left-back Pieters, 34, have joined as free agents but the impressive form of Bruce’s current midfielders means ex-Celtic ace Rogic may have to wait for his debut. On Tuesday (13 September), it was announced that former Stoke, Burnley and PSV left-back Pieters has joined the Albion and we expect him to start against Birmingham. That could be one of two changes Bruce makes with Darnell Furlong potentially returning to the side in place of Taylor Gardner-Hickman. Continue reading “CONOR TOWNSEND AXED, ERIK PETER’S TO START; PREDICTED WEST BROM XI VS BIRMINGHAM”