- West Brom have been relegated from the Premier League
- Swansea's 0-1 loss against Southampton ended their campaign in the top flight
- They have been in the Premier League for the past eight years
West Brom have been relegated from the Premier League on Tuesday night, May 8, despite not losing any game since Darren Moore took charge as manager.
The Baggies were sent down to the Championship after Southampton's 1-0 win over Swansea at the Liberty Stadium.
Swansea's defeat against Southampton ended West Brom's eight years campaign in the Premier League as they will have to play in the lower division next season.
Darren Moore's men have been on an incredible run over the last few weeks, but the task of staying up proved too much for them.
Moore was named Premier League manager of the month of April on Tuesday, just hours before his team were sent down to the championship.
He will now have to wait until the dust settles on Sunday’s final game at Crystal Palace before sitting down for talks with West Brom chiefs over his future.
But there are reports that West Brom faithfuls want Darren Moore to continue next season after transforming the club since he took over from Alan Pardew in April 2018.
As the Premier League table stands presently, West Brom and Stoke City have been relegated, and they are expected to be joined on the last day by Swansea City and Huddersfield.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Stoke City became the first side to be relegated from the 2017/18 English Premier League this season.
Paul Lambert's side ended their 10-season stay in the English top flight following a 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace on Sunday, May 6..
Netherlands international Patrick van Aanholt sealed their fate as the Eagles came from behind to win at the bet365 Stadium.
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