Sam Allardyce reacts to being relegated from Premier League
West Brom supervisor, Sam Allardyce, has reacted after he suffered relegation from the Premier League for the first time in his managerial career.
The Baggies misplaced 3-1 to Arsenal on Sunday evening time, confirming their drop from the Championship.
Objectives from Emile Smith Rowe, Nicolas Pepe gave the Gunners a two-goal lead, sooner than Mathaus Pereira pulled one once more for West Brom.
Willian then struck an elegant free-kick late throughout the sport to seal Allardyce’s males’s future.
Allardyce had established himself as a relegation escape artist all through his quite a few managerial spells in England’s excessive flight, nonetheless his seventeenth season throughout the division lastly resulted in failure, with West Brom relegated from the division for a joint-record fifth time.
“It’s not sunk in however. However I’m sure I’ll rise up tomorrow and realise the state of affairs. I’m bitterly dissatisfied we’re not nonetheless throughout the battle.
“I’m not saying we’d have averted relegation however we should always have been nearer, we should always have taken it all the way down to the final three video games, primarily based on how we carried out,” Allardyce suggested BT Sport.
When requested if he fancied making an attempt to carry West Brom once more to the Premier League subsequent season, Allardyce added: “That’s too early to even take into consideration or discuss that, for me.
“It’s about getting over the frustration and when the time is true to speak about what’s going to occur subsequent season.”