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A ‘Fed Up’ Derek McInnes Dismisses Links to Vacant West Brom Job

A ‘Fed Up’ Derek McInnes Dismisses Links to Vacant West Brom Job

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has dismissed rumours linking him to the vacant job at West Bromwich Albion, insisting he’s happy in his current role.

The Dons boss spent a lot of the first-half of the campaign being linked with Rangers, only to turn the Ibrox hot-seat down in the end.

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And following Alan Pardew’s departure from the Hawthorns earlier this week, McInnes was installed as one of the front-runners by various bookmakers across the country.

McInnes – who was West Brom captain for a spell during his playing days – is in the Aberdeen dugout for tonight’s Premiership match at Motherwell, and, of course, the West Brom link was put to him by journalists in the build-up to kick-off, as reported by the BBC’s Kenny Crawford:

It remains to be seen in McInnes will eventually be tempted south by the barrel-loads of cash on offer in the English leagues, but, for the time being at least, he certainly isn’t seeking any advances.

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