West Bromwich Albion had arguably one of, if not the, worst seasons of the clubs 140 year history last season.
Despite a run of extraordinary results at the tail end of last season’s Premier League campaign, the Baggies suffered relegation to the Championship.
The summer transfer window saw a lot of changes made to Darren Moore’s side, with a number of new players arriving at the Hawthorns, whilst many high profile stars left the club.
The Baggies first season back in the second tier of English football since has started off about as good as even Moore could have imagined.
Darren Moore’s business this summer is hard to criticise, but we discuss the worst decisions by West Bromwich Albion over the last three months.
It’s been a good summer for West Brom, but they look unbalanced in defence.
On the left and centrally, they’re sound, but on the right they look weak.
Moore has time to address it, but it’s a poor decision to leave it this late.
Swap deal with Newcastle United.
Whilst Dwight Gayle isn’t a bad replacement for Salomon Rondon, it just might not be enough to get them promotion.
The Venezuelan would have been a real dominant threat in the Championship this season, so Darren Moore should feel slightly hard done by in this deal.