West Bromwich Albion manager Alan Pardew is reportedly given two games to save his job with the club.
West Bromwich Albion manager Alan Pardew has reportedly been given two games to save his job with the club.
The Baggies, who are bottom of the Premier League table, were the subject of scandal last week as four players were allegedly involved in the theft of a taxi in Barcelona.
According to The Sun, West Brom officials, who were already angered at the club's poor league form, have now decided following the reported incident in Spain that Pardew just two opportunities to keep himself in the West Midlands.
The newspaper adds that West Brom owner Guochuan Lai is furious at both Pardew for being unable to set an example to his squad, as well as the players allegedly involved in the incident.
West Brom's next two Premier League fixtures are against Huddersfield Town, who are just a point outside the relegation zone, and Watford respectively.