After James Shan had won his opening three games in temporary charge of West Brom, the Hawthorns seemed a more positive place compared to when they sacked Darren Moore.
However, all it has taken for negativity to seep back in was one defeat.
The Baggies suffered a big setback against Millwall last weekend but despite the loss, Shan will remain in charge for West Brom’s match with Bristol City on Tuesday.
Reacting on Twitter, the fans aren’t too pleased with the decision as it was also revealed the appointment of a new interim boss would not be ruled out.
Supports launched a scathing attack on their own club, with one fan labelling them a joke and another calling West Brom an utter shambles.
Other reaction included someone calling the club a laughing stock whilst one also branded the situation as tinpot management.
Affairs at the club have become somewhat of a circus in recent weeks with the Albion board clearly unsure of what action to take after sacking Moore.
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With the team’s promotion on the line and no plan of action, the decision becomes more bizarre as the weeks go by.
Here is the best of the reaction from supporters.
This clubs an absolute joke
— LNEY (@laneythebaggie) April 8, 2019
What an utter shambles and really a dereliction of duty. Do we want to go up ?
— Stevo Walton (@Stevotop) April 8, 2019
The clubs a laughing stock they need to make a decision either way the decisions made over the last 18 months have set us back years. No forward thinking no ambition no chance!
— Carl Gatt (@baggieblue) April 7, 2019
Sorry but this is tinpot management of the highest order . If Jenkins worked for any other business he would be out the door by now. He might be ok with a calculator but having him in control of major football matters is beyond a joke and poor decisions by him are costing us
— Richard Downing (@rjdowning) April 8, 2019
The Albion board, and I use the term loosely, need to get someone in now as it’s already shambolic.
— Andrew Morris (@AndyMoz18) April 8, 2019
Shambolic an absolute disgrace. If things get worse?! There’s only a couple of games to go and Saturday was appalling
— Simmo (@JackSimms1991) April 7, 2019
It’s extremely concerning if #wba Board consider Saturday’s defeat to be a blip, our last 7 opponents have all racked up more shots on our goal than we have theirs & 5 are in bottom half. Bringing in a manager who might tinker with the style is no longer a risk, it’s a necessity.
— Warren Stephens (@Warren_Stephens) April 8, 2019
A football club being run off-the-cuff, freestyle- major decisions seemingly being made on the basis of each previous result. What if we draw tomorrow? Does that trigger the arrival of a new coach? Or do we get by for another game? Shambolic
— Chris Lepkowski (@chrislepkowski) April 8, 2019
It’s not getting worse. Its been this bad from the start. Someone in the hierarchy must see that. Hugely concerning they have not. Swansea was horrendous, Brentford par at best, Birmingham largely woeful and Millwall horrendous again. Words fail.
— Daniel McCulloch (@DMcCulloch1984) April 7, 2019