West Brom assistant head coach has left his new post after just a week at the club…
Assistant head coach Paul Jewell has left his role at West Bromwich Albion after just a week, according to the BBC.
Jewell only arrived at the club on the sixth of January, and was sharing the assistant head coach role with Dave Kemp. Just a week into his new role however, the 50-year-old has parted ways with the Baggies.
In a statement released by West Brom, they revealed that Jewell had “decided that he will not be continuing his recent assistance on a more formal basis”.
Jewell was previously the manager of Ipswich Town, but left the club in 2012 by mutual consent.
As one departs, another enters, Jerry Francis joining the back room staff at the club. Francis worked under new West Brom boss Tony Pulis at both Stoke and Crystal Palace, and has now agreed personal terms to continue the working relationship for another year as the new club.