Date: 22nd December 2020 at 1:35pm
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West Bromwich Albion podcaster Chris Lepkowski has been sharing his thoughts on the current state of affairs at the Midlands club. 

This comes after Lepkowski recently co-hosted the latest episode of Baggies-themed podcast The Liquidator, where he spoke about a range of issues surrounding the club at this moment in time.

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During the episode, Lepkowski had this to say on how he currently sees the club.

He said: “It feels like there’s a massive disconnect again between what the fans think their club is and what the club’s ownership is.

“It just feels to me like that goodwill that we had under Darren Moore, that we had under [Slaven] Bilic in the early part, it’s all kind of gone again and it just feels like we’re back in the slog of trying to tread water in the Premier League because we do things a certain way.

“That’s a real shame and a real issue for me that I think has to be addressed in this coming season, really, hopefully with a change of ownership at some point.”

West Brom’s previous league game saw them lose 3-0 at home against Aston Villa with club captain Jake Livermore picking up a red card during the match.

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TIF Thoughts on Chris Lepkowski’s comments on West Brom…

Listening to what Lepkowski had to say about the club in the podcast, it’s clear that he thinks the club are in a bad place at the moment.

West Brom currently sit in 19th place in the Premier League table after winning one, drawing four and losing nine of their first 14 league games of the season having recently sacked Slaven Bilic and replacing him with Sam Allardyce.

Given how it looks likely at the minute that the Baggies could well be returning to the Championship if they don’t manage to pick up some positive results before the end of the season, it’s not exactly surprising that Lepkowski feels this way.