WEST Bromwich Albion have reportedly identified Ostersunds' highly-rated English coach Graham Potter as a potential successor to Alan Pardew - if the Baggies
ditch the ex-Newcastle United manager.
boss was also keen on Theo WEST BROM boss Alan Pardew has revealed the Baggies
looked into signing Theo Walcott before his Everton switch.
After failing to get a win in any of his first eight League games in charge, the Baggies
boss saw defeat of fellow strugglers Brighton as essential if they were to have a hope of beating the drop.
Salomon Rondon gave the Baggies
a perfect start when he fired home their quickest goal in all competitions this season after just 70 seconds.
Pulis faced the wrath of the travelling support after the Baggies
slumped to defeat at Huddersfield.
have already been comfortably beaten by Aston Villa, Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers, but a side which also included Claudio Yacob, Sam Field and PS15million man Oliver Burke never looked like succumbing to the Seagulls.
The whole family are Baggies
fans, it would be really nice to finish here.
spent around PS10million on Brown Ideye last summer but any outlay on Rondon would eclipse that.
were superbly well organised against City.
have a chance to close the gap to four points when they travel to Blackpool tomorrow while Newcastle, who do not play until Sunday, have the difficult task of hosting Boro.
I was going to go for Sheffield United or WBA as outright winners but not convinced by Blackwell and the loss of Tony Mowbray puts me off the Baggies
so I'm lumping for Reading.
A 1-1 draw against Southampton means the Baggies
are all but up, while the Saints remain in the Championship's relegation zone.