With the international break upon us, much of the news around West Brom has been focused on the future of Slaven Bilic.
The Croatian has come under pressure over the last few weeks after failing to guide his side to a first Premier League victory of the season so far.
With Bilic’s future coming under scrutiny, many journalists and fans took to Twitter to discuss the potential of his sacking, something which had been predicted to happen following the 1-0 defeat to Tottenham last weekend.
The Daily Mail reported that West Brom officials were still unsure of whether or not to keep the Croatian in charge:
Twitter: West Brom chiefs ‘are still deciding whether to sack Slaven Bilic over the international break’ https://t.co/Z46Y3Q3XIw (@MailSport)
That prompted one Baggies fan to claim that the team’s performance against Spurs did not warrant such a decision:
Twitter: @MailSport Not after that performance vs Tottenham, would have understood after that Fulham performance but not after that Tottenham game (@albion_gaming)
Following that defeat to Spurs, some West Brom fans took to Twitter to criticise Bilic’s undisputed first-choice goalkeeper Sam Johnstone for his error in judgement which led to Harry Kane’s winning goal.
However, journalist Kieran Doody was quick to defend the former Manchester United youngster.
Twitter: Sam Johnstone will know he was at fault for that goal, he doesn’t need Dave from Tipton @-ing him on Twitter with a… https://t.co/BedRWyeX6D (@kierandoody)
West Brom’s official Twitter account opted to share some comments made by captain Jake Livermore on his role at the club, but some Baggies fans were left questioning his efforts so far this season.
Twitter: @WBA Captain Average (@itsranchdubois)
Finally to end the week on a slightly more positive note and to coincide with the beginning of The Masters in Augusta, the club’s official social media account shared some of the best chip goals from the past few seasons.
Twitter: To mark the beginning of #themasters, check out some of our best chips https://t.co/cY8vbZlLo6 (@WBA)