- Alan Pardew was unveiled as the new West Brom manager on Wednesday
- He took charge of the Baggies in training for the first time on Thursday
- Pardew has promised to bring an attacking style of play to the Hawthorns
Alan Pardew wrapped up warm on Thursday afternoon as he oversaw his West Brom side in training for the first time since replacing Tony Pulis this week.
And Pardew will be hoping he can get his underachieving squad to hit the ground running ahead of his opening game against former employers Crystal Palace.
Pulis was sacked last week after a 4-0 home defeat by Chelsea saw the Baggies edge ever closer to the Premier League drop zone.
Alan Pardew took charge of West Brom training for the first time on Thursday afternoon
Pardew oversaw training just 24 hours after being unveiled as the new boss on Wednesday
Pardew was named as the new manager after the sacking of Tony Pulis last week
West Brom are without a victory since…