Former West Brom striker Kevin Campbell believes his old club are down.
The 48-year-old, who helped the Baggies stay up in the 2004/05 season, has admitted that he can't see the club replicating those heroics this time around.
“It's a difficult one for West Bromwich Albion," he told TalkSport. “That was a big game against Huddersfield on Saturday and they didn't really turn up.
“It's very difficult for Alan Pardew at the moment, unfortunately they're doomed.
“When the senior players are causing major problems, the incident (in Spain) has been well documented, then you know there are problems at the club."
He says dressing room arguments are regular occurances, but believes the worrying thing is that the news was leaked.
“Rows do happen in dressing rooms all the time," said Campbell. “We're all accountable for our performances. But there's a fracture in that West Bromwich Albion make up and these things are starting to come out.
“Things only come out when there are major squad issues."