Sam Allardyce said an “open discussion” would be needed on the financial impact of relegation on West Brom if he were to handle them in the second tier next season.
The Baggies aren’t mathematically down, but need a minimum of 10 points from their last four games, but would require at least one of the teams they can still catch to miss out on winning one of their games. remaining.
Allardyce was never relegated from the Premier League as manager but was switched by Jamie Carragher on Monday night football to bring them back if they fail to beat the drop, saying, “I can’t think of anyone better to take them out of the championship.”
The 66-year-old, who knocked West Ham out of the league in 2012, said he would need to understand the financial implications of a return to the club’s second tier before committing to stay beyond the end of this season.
He said: “There needs to be a good open discussion on where we were going to start, the difficulties that are going to arise from relegation of this club. Really, that would mean what financial difficulties will be the club’s top priority.
“I accept that, these kinds of financial priorities should be addressed. What remains after that would be the discussion of where to go and how good our chances of rebounding would be.
“We’ve covered it before, not in depth, but as time goes on we’ll do a little more and a little more.”
On West Brom’s performance against Wolves, which saw Connor Gallagher and Connor Townsend miss golden chances shortly after halftime, Allardyce lamented his side’s performance in front of goal to leave them on the brink of relegation .
“You can’t miss opportunities like this,” he said. Sky Sports.
“When you’re in the position we’re in, the former is unlucky out of the line, but the two chances after half-time, with only the keeper to beat, of not putting those two are a big loss. for us today., a big three missed points.
“We can only hope that the teams lose above us and we will win four games at the trot.”
Nuno: Boly suffers with a long Covid
Nuno Espirito Santo has revealed that defender Willy Boly, who was completely absent from the Wolves squad, was undergoing testing after suffering the long-term effects of Covid-19.
He added that Boly was not in hospital but was not in the right condition to play and said the Premier League should be aware of the long-term effects of the virus on their players.
“He’s having a hard time. He got infected and this week he couldn’t train,” he revealed. “His heart rate is increasing very quickly, so we have to watch. He does examinations and analyzes to see if there is another problem. I hope not. I hope the rest and medically things will improve.
“After Covid, everyone has to watch the aftermath of Boly and many other players. We have to be aware of that. His energy is not there. He feels tired and he is not able to maintain the level d ‘workout we want. “
Nuno picked a young side at the Hawthorns, including Owen Otasowie, Vitinha and striker Fabio Silva, and was content with his roster performance given their hosts’ recent improvement in form.
“I am not completely satisfied, but more satisfied with what we wanted from the game,” he said. Sky Sports. “We controlled it from the start, we had a good time.
“The only game was the start of the second half, when West Brom created some problems, but for the rest of the game the attitude was magnificent.”