I've often thought West Brom were a bit trigger happy when sacking managers. They'd probably say they were proactive. This is a continuation of that, although it's probably the worst one for me. In the Premier League they'd often change managers when just above the relegation zone, a position that I thought a club like them might well often find themselves in due to the size and resources of the club. Pulis was 17th, Irvine 16th, Mel finished 17th, Clarke was 16th, Di Matteo 17th when they all got the boot. I guess they see themselves as a club that should comfortably be safe and mid table in the Premier League so not taking the Championship by storm would be a sackable offence to them.