Sam Allardyce reacts to West Bromwich Albion relegation as Newcastle United wait on Fulham

Sam Allardyce was coy on his future after suffering the first relegation of his managerial career.
Sam Allardyce.Sam Allardyce.
Sam Allardyce.

Second-bottom West Bromwich Albion’s fate was confirmed by a 3-1 defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium yesterday.

Allardyce has a year left on his deal at The Hawthorns, but the former Newcastle United manager said: “I’m not going to answer a question on whether I’m staying or going – it’ll just be a waste of time, because I won’t be saying whether I’m going or staying. It’s too early to consider or talk about. It’s about the disappointment. It’s about having a day or two off, and getting ready for Liverpool.

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

“The most important thing for me and the players is to give everything we’ve got to try and finish the season with pride in your own performance and your own professionalism.”