Date: 21st November 2017 at 9:16am
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Yet another Premier League manager was axed yesterday, making it five already this season.

The latest to be axed was the West Bromwich Albion manager, Tony Pulis, who paid the price for his sides` poor start to the season.

However, when it comes to who might be favourite to succeed Pulis, the speculation suggests that two former West Ham managers are in the running.

The respected news source, Guardian are of the opinion that Alan Pardew, along with Nigel Pearson and Martin O`Neill are possible candidates.

Whereas the leading red-top tabloid publication, the Mirror, suggests that West Brom will turn to Sam Allardyce to, once again, perform a survival job when it comes to keeping West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League.

Although it`d be good to see both back in the game, I`d kind of like to see Alan Pardew given another shot at managing a Premier League club.

How about you?

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