Martin Keown has referred to West Bromwich Albion as a “disaster” since Sam Allardyce took command, as Arsenal legend believes Baggie’s boss “wishes he would sit by the fire” rather than take over the reign of fighters
- Martin Keown believes Sam Allardyce may regret taking the job at West Brom
- The Baggies are winless in the former England boss’ first four games
- The 4-0 defeat by Arsenal keeps the Albion deep in the relegation zone
- Keown said the situation in West Brom has been a “disaster” since it was acquired
Martin Keown believes Sam Allardyce “wishes he would sit by the fire” rather than in the dugout as the new West Bromwich Albion boss monitored another defeat for the Premier League fighters.
Allardyce, 66, joined The Hawthorns last month, taking over the reign of Slaven Bilic while the club had returned from the championship to the top division on relegation bog.
However, the arrival of the seasoned manager has not changed the results for the West Midlands. Allardyce was without a win in his first four games, scoring 13 goals.
Martin Keown believes Sam Allardyce may regret taking over at West Brom this season