Watford supporters have watched on with annoyance as their club has slid down the Championship table this season while their local rivals have flourished.
Championship outfit Watford have announced that they have sacked Slaven Bilic and replaced him with former Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder.
Slaven Bilic left West Brom in December and is now moving to China.
West Brom have found life tough back in the Premier League and sit 19th in the standings.
‘The Baggies hierarchy have been deliberating over whether to make a change for a number of weeks.’
West Brom’s 2-1 loss to Newcastle increased the pressure on Bilic as they slipped three points from safety.
The Baggies have scored eight goals in their 11 Premier League games and just three in the last eight.
“It wasn’t a big red card, it wasn’t a proper kick but it was a reaction which gave the option to the referees.”
Coote overturned his decision to award West Brom a penalty at Old Trafford after consulting the pitchside monitor.
The future of Slaven Bilic is under scrutiny as West Brom bosses begin to look at alternative managers.
Bilic expressed his disappointment at the decision to sell Hegazi after the draw with Brighton on Monday.
Bilic has responded after his side picked up a well-earned point in the Premier League against Brighton.
Bilic believes his team need to pick up three points against Brighton on Monday to start a positive run.
“They are top players and with Frank, I think it will not take them a long time to gel.”
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Bilic was shown a red card by referee Mike Dean for his protests at half-time on Saturday.
The Baggies boss also summed up the madness that is the Championship – “What a season – what a league.”
“They wanted me to lead them, to help improve them. They made it clear they wanted me.”
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Slaven Bilic had an “air of sadness about him” even in the good times at West Ham, says Karren Brady.
West Ham have parted ways with Slaven Bilic. David Moyes is expected to replace him. Eurgh.
“If it becomes available, yes, but at the moment it’s not available.” Cheers for that, Dave.
Lindelof needs a big game, while Bilic and Unsworth are at opposite ends of the managerial scale.