West Bromwich Albion first team coach Gerry Francis to stay at club to ease transition after Tony Pulis sacking



West Bromwich Albion have asked first-team coach Gerry Francis to stay on at the club despite being a close friend and ally of dismissed manager Tony Pulis.
Francis, 65, has worked with Pulis for nine years at Stoke, Crystal Palace and Albion, but the Baggies want him to fulfil his contract and assist interim manager Gary Megson at least until a permanent successor is appointed.
Francis captained England eight times as a player and later managed Bristol Rovers, QPR and Spurs.
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21 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail
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