It has been a season that no West Brom fan will want to remember any time soon.
West Brom’s eight-year stay in the Premier League has been ended after a terrible season of bad performances which saw them finish in 20th place.
The Baggies came into the season with Tony Pulis as manager and then replaced him with Alan Pardew when Pulis was given the axe.
Pardew won one game in 18 attempts whilst he was in charge at The Hawthorns, and unsurprisingly was shown the exit door.
Darren Moore was given the job of trying to succeed with the great escape, but despite his best efforts and improving West Brom’s form massively, getting wins against Manchester United and Tottenham, West Brom were still relegated at the rock bottom of the table.
These are five things we learnt from West Brom’s season to forget as they head into the Championship.