#6 Bryan RobsonEmbed from Getty Images
Robson joined in 2004 as the Albion faced a relegation battle. He is simply so high on this list for completing the greatest escape in the history of the Premier League.
He masterminded Albion’s survival on the final day of the 04/05 season.
His win percentage was 23% but one of these wins was the most famous in Albion’s history.
He left in 2006 after another season with the Baggies in the Premier League which led to relegation.
#5 Gary MegsonEmbed from Getty Images
Gary Megson joined Albion in 2000. He masterminded promotion to the Premier League in 2002 and again in 2004. This was the first time Albion had won promotion to the top-flight since 1986.
Megson managed over 200 games for Albion with a win percentage of 42%, marking him out as one of the more successful managers in recent history.
#4 Roy HodgsonEmbed from Getty Images
Roy Hodgson joined West Brom in February 2011 and pushed Albion into 11th in the Premier League, our highest position of the Premier League era at the time.
He made some smart acquisitions and won vital games including a 5-1 demolition of Wolves.
He maintained Albion’s Premier League status in 2012 prior to being appointed England manager.
His 37% win percentage and the fact he built a solid spine for the team for years to come place him fourth on the list, but it is his brevity in the Albion dugout that prevent him from being higher up.
#3 Slaven BilicEmbed from Getty Images
The current manager of West Brom is third in this list. After joining in 2019, he gained promotion at the first time of asking and has made solid signings like Matheus Pereira, who is likely going to be sold for a record profit eventually.