The sacking of Head Coach Tony Pulis has left plenty of Baggies fans jubilant.
They have every reason to feel this way, of course, as his compact, dull style of playing football had alienated the vast majority of match-goers at the Hawthorns.
After being granted a £40 million budget in the previous summer transfer window, West Brom fans would also be forgiven in expecting more from their side this season.
Having finished 10th in the Premier League last season (their highest-ever Premier League finish), everyone surrounding the club would have cause to expect an improvement, and maybe even a push for European football.
Alas, things have not turned out to be so, and this has cost Pulis his job. Expect to see him back in management in the very near future.
Meanwhile, in the West Midlands, assistant coach Gary Megson takes interim charge against Tottenham at Wembley this weekend.
Here are five things to watch out for at Wembley.