The hunt is on for a new manager at West Brom following the sacking of Darren Moore despite the fact that the Baggies are well in the Championship promotion race in fourth place, nine points off the automatic promotion spots with 10 games remaining.
The Baggies though are moving swiftly to find a replacement and are already in discussions with former Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic, according to a report in the Telegraph.
Jokanovic, 50, who left Fulham back in November is believed to lead a short-list of four who are in the running for the Baggies hot-seat.
So would Jokanovic be a good appointment for West Brom?
“This is the one I’d go for.
“He’s got out of the division recently and showed he can navigate the play-offs too.
“There’s no surprise he’s on a list with Wagner, both have done what West Brom have to do.”
“He’s the obvious choice, he’d be a cracking appointment.
“Jokanovic has already proven that he can get teams out of the Championship, and I definitely think he’s the man to achieve that with West Brom.
“They need to do everything they can to bring him in.”
“What is he going to do in ten games that Moore couldn’t?
“If that is the man West Brom go for – then it could be a positive appointment for next season.
“But if he has a poor run or starts in a negative fashion, will he be sacked, too?”