Darren Moore has been the man tasked with guiding West Bromwich Albion back to the Premier League, with preparations now well underway ahead of the 2018/19 Sky Bet Championship season.
It’s been a tough year for West Brom, who last season struggled to make any sort of impact in the Premier League until Moore took charge.
Moore will now be looking to build a squad capable of successfully challenging for promotion in the Championship.
It’s been a tough start to the summer for West Brom, with the Baggies not as busy in the transfer window as the likes of Stoke City, who also fell out of the Premier League next season.
Many are backing Stoke to win automatic promotion, and with that in mind, we wanted to know if West Brom’s supporters were confident they could secure a place in the top-two.
????️ West Brom fans…
Will you finish in the top-two next season? ⬆️ #WBA
— FLW News Hub (@FLWNewsHub) July 11, 2018
The mood at the Hawthorns doesn’t appear to be positive ahead of the 2018/19 campaign, with just 28% of supporters voting in our poll believing that Moore’s side will be securing automatic promotion next May.
A huge 72% don’t believe that Moore will guide the Baggies directly back to the Premier League.
Will West Brom secure an instant return to the Premier League? Let us know your thoughts!
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