Soccer-Allardyce to step down as West Brom manager


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WEST BROMWICH, England (Reuters) - Sam Allardyce will step down as West Bromwich Albion manager at the end of the season, the club said after Wednesday's 3-1 home defeat by West Ham United in the Premier League.

Allardyce took charge in December after Slaven Bilic was sacked but was unable to save the Midlands club from an immediate return to the Championship.

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