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Fans joke 'Rafa Benitez's last inside agent' is trying to get Everton relegated

Liverpool fans have flocked to Twitter to joke that Everton striker Solomon Rondon’s red card on Sunday was a plan orchestrated by Rafa Benitez from his time at Goodison Park.The Toffees lost 3-2 to Brentford at the weekend to add to their relegation woes in a match where victory would have seen them confirm their status as a Premier League club for next season. With Everton chasing the game, manager Frank Lampard substituted Rondon onto the pitch to provide a presence in the final third.But after just three minutes of the Venezuelan entering the pitch, he was trudging off of it after receiving a straight red card.

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Steve Bruce signs deal to become West Brom manager and guide Baggies to promotion
West Bromwich Albion back to the Premier League.The 61-year-old former Newcastle United boss steps into The Hawthorns hot-seat with one target in the club’s sights.Bruce’s CV showing four Championship promotions was enough to convince The Baggies hierarchy that he was the outstanding candidate for the job.The West Brom board paid little regard to some concerns from fans that he has managed close neighbours Aston Villa and Birmingham.They moved quickly to get their man after showing the door to Valerien Ismael.Within hours Bruce was holding protracted talks over how to halt the slump which cost the Frenchman his job just seven months into a four-year deal.Now he’s been handed the reins at a club hellbent on an instant return to the top flight.But it’s not going to be easy with a Baggies team on the slide and in danger of slipping out of the top six.At the start of the season they justified their odds of bookies’ favourites by topping the table and everything seemed to be going to plan.But just one win in their last seven leaves them in fifth spot, eight points behind second-placed Blackburn Rovers.The supporters turned on Ismael amid rumours of dressing room unrest and the club’s board moved swiftly this week to change things before they felt it was too late.Can Steve Bruce lead the Baggies to promotion? Let us know what you think in the comments section below...Bruce’s credentials for getting a club out of the Championship are beyond question.He has won four promotions from the second-tier, taking Birmingham up through the play-offs in 2002 before coming second in the league to clinch automatic promotion in 2005/06.He then worked his magic with Hull, getting the Tigers up in 2012/13 and took won promotion again via the