Mark Jenkins: 'West Bromwich Albion must learn from mistakes'

West Bromwich Albion chief executive Mark Jenkins says that the club must 'learn from the mistakes' which have led to the Baggies' relegation from the Premier League.

West Bromwich Albion chief executive Mark Jenkins has admitted that the club faces a busy summer off the pitch after relegation from the Premier League.

On Tuesday night, it was confirmed that the Baggies would spend next season in the Championship after a dismal campaign which has only improved since the introduction of caretaker boss Darren Moore.

The future of the youth coach remains unclear, but Jenkins has suggested that the club must focus on 'learning from the mistakes' which have been made in recent months.

Jenkins told the club's official website: "We have much to do this summer to get us in the right shape for our immediate target of making as swift a return as possible to the Premier League.

"Relegation stings us all but the hurt is all the more damaging if we do not learn from the mistakes which have brought us to this point. It is my task to ensure that happens."

Jenkins has previously claimed that West Brom do not have any funds available for the wages of new signings.

Share this article now:
West Bromwich Albion caretaker manager Darren Moore watches on during his side's Premier League clash with Tottenham Hotspur on May 5, 2018
Read Next:
Darren Moore named Manager of the Month
>

Loading ...

Failed to load data.

Loading ...

Failed to load data.

Select and display your favourite team's news and scores in this panel

Loading ...

Failed to load data.

Loading ...

Failed to load data.

Select and display your favourite team's news and scores in this panel

Subscribe to our Newsletter


Transfer Talk Daily
Match previews - twice weekly
Morning Briefing (7am UTC)
Ultra close-up image of Kevin De Bruyne [NOT FOR USE IN ARTICLES]Get the latest transfer news, match previews and news direct to your inbox!
Tables
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
CManchester CityMan City3832421062779100
2Manchester UnitedMan Utd38256768284081
3Tottenham HotspurSpurs38238774363877
4Liverpool382112584384675
5Chelsea382171062382470
6Arsenal381961374512363
7Burnley381412123639-354
8Everton381310154458-1449
9Leicester CityLeicester381211155660-447
10Newcastle UnitedNewcastle38128183947-844
11Crystal Palace381111164555-1044
12Bournemouth381111164561-1644
13West Ham UnitedWest Ham381012164868-2042
14Watford38118194464-2041
15Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton38913163454-2040
16Huddersfield TownHuddersfield38910192858-3037
17Southampton38715163756-1936
RSwansea CitySwansea3889212856-2833
RStoke CityStoke38712193568-3333
RWest Bromwich AlbionWest Brom38613193156-2531

Loading ...

Failed to load data.

Loading ...

Failed to load data.

Select and display your favourite team's news and scores in this panel
Login, I already have my ad-free pass
Log in with Facebook to customise Sports Mole
Buy ad-free access (show me the options)
Buy monthly ad-free access for £1.20/month
Buy yearly ad-free access for £12 (2 months free)
Settings - Logout - Manage your account
Settings - Logout - Manage your account