Matt Le Tissier expresses concerns over Tony Pulis' management of West Bromwich Albion

West Bromwich Albion have been criticised by certain sections of their support for failing to entertain this season.

Matt Le Tissier has told Sky Sports Soccer Saturday, which was broadcast on November 21st, that he is concerned about West Bromwich Albion’s style of play.

The Baggies have made a solid start to the season under Tony Pulis, but their brand of football hasn’t been the most entertaining to watch.

And Le Tissier feels that West Brom supporters are entitled to expect more attacking football from their team as the campaign progresses.

“West Brom fans appear to be getting less and less enthusiastic about the football that they are seeing,” Le Tissier said.

“I have spoken to a couple of West Brom fans and they don’t look forward to going to watch the games.

“It’s not entertaining stuff, and it’s not cheap to go and watch football. When you’re turning up, and you’re not seeing your team play any flair type football, it must be really frustrating.”

Pulis is a manager who is famed for his defensive approach, and it has served him well in the past.

The Welsh boss has still never been relegated in his entire career, and it does not appear that West Brom will be in any danger of going down if they stick with him this term.

However, the Baggies’ lack of goals in a concern, with the team seemingly happy to play off the back-foot in most matches.

West Brom have only scored 12 times over the course of the Premier League season so far, leaving them with the third worst attacking record in the entire division.

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