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    Why did

    Allardyce take the Albion job if very little money is available for transfers, we have gone from wanting 4 more signings to a possible 2, the club is a joke, did they think the Allerdyceasaurus would perform a miracle with the existing squad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bombers right foot View Post
    Allardyce take the Albion job if very little money is available for transfers, we have gone from wanting 4 more signings to a possible 2, the club is a joke, did they think the Allerdyceasaurus would perform a miracle with the existing squad?
    Could be something to do with the amount of money we offered him as a basic salary! Where else is he going to get that sort of money plus huge bonus if we did manage (unlikely) to stay up.

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    Read the thread title and thought this was going to be a thread about chickens crossing the road. Imagine my disappointment. Clucking hell.

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    Albion see boss Sam Allardyce wants at least two more additions before the transfer window closes on Monday
    . But the 66-year-old revealed the Baggies have missed out on a host of targets with the head coach now less confident he will get the reinforcements he craves.

    Allardyce had previously said he hoped to sign three more players before the window shuts on February 1 with the boss understood to have been chasing a defender, defensive midfielder and a striker.
    Now, though, he says he is only chasing two despite Robert Snodgrass being the only first-team addition so far this month.
    Its the last week so Im not that confident, to be honest with you, Allardyce said when asked how confident he is Albion will make additions over the next six days.

    There have been a lot of players who we felt we were close with and then other clubs appeared who were more attractive to that player.

    Sometimes its fallen down because we are not in a position to buy a player outright at this moment in time.
    We are looking at loan players, maybe with a possibility of buying them at the end of the season if we are still in the Premier League but that is not getting us very far at the moment, unfortunately.

    But there are still quite a few players available in the market this week, its whether we can get the right ones for West Brom, the right ones to improve our squad. Wed like two more if we can.

    Despite their struggles, Allardyce believes Albion are still an attractive proposition to players, particularly those currently abroad,
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    Its all so predictable, we are a basket case of a club and a laughing stock, we hire a manager with a reputation for not being relegated then dont back him in the transfer market, as much as I dont like Allardyce its disgraceful how he has been shafted by the muppets running this once great club

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    Bomber, I think that your final statement sums it all up, 'this once great club!'

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    If Sam succeeds he should get a Knighthood, become the leader of United Nations and put in charge of the Global Pandemic and Climate Change.

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