Chris Wilder comes in as the bookie’s firm favourite for the job at West Brom.
The 53-year-old hasn’t had a job since he left Sheffield United back in March, departing with the club on 14 points after 28 games.
Wilder is a manager that has worked his way up the divisions, having started at the likes of Halifax Town, before moving to Oxford United, where he lead them to promotion via Conference Premier play-offs in 2010, before moving to Sixfields to Northampton Town where he won the League Two title with 99 points in 2015/16.
The former Oxford man was a huge fan favourite at Bramall Lane, having led the club from a mid-table position in League One, to the Premier League via two automatic promotions in 2016/17 and 2018/19, before finishing ninth in the top flight last campaign, the Blades best league finish since the 1991/92 season.
The appointment of Wilder would be a popular one at The Hawthorns, as the former Sheffield United man would likely give the Baggies the best chance of earning promotion straight back to the Premier League. This job would be a decent one for Wilder to take, as West Brom will be one of the favourites to be promoted back to the Premier League.
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