West Brom news: Released Baggies man on trial with new club, Cardiff City managerial latest emerges

The latest news from around the Championship as we head into the international break.

West Brom have made a slow start to the new season.

The Baggies have won just once in their opening 10 games and are sat in 21st position in the table.

They drew 1-1 away at Norwich City over the weekend.

Here is a look at the latest news from around the Championship and beyond...

Released West Brom man on trial with Football League club

Defender Kevin Joshua, who was released by West Brom at the end of last season, is on trial with League Two side Colchester United as he continues his hunt for a new home (Gazette News).

Former Hull City man sacked

Former Hull City centre-back Wayne Brown has been sacked by Colchester United after their poor start to the new campaign. He helped the Tigers win promotion to the Premier League as a player back in 2008 (Official club website).

Ex-Bristol City player also loses job

Hartlepool United have decided to part company with ex-Bristol City midfielder Paul Hartley. The experienced Keith Curle has taken over the Pools on an interim basis (Official club website).

Middlesbrough boss praises Rotherham

Middlesbrough boss Chris Wilder has praised Rotherham United after the Millers held his side 0-0 over the weekend. He said: “Rotherham are not in a false position. They are a hard-working side, possibly one of the last teams you’d want to play against. It was a tough evening. We knew it would be” (Rotherham Advertiser).

Huddersfield Town eye Premier League coach

Huddersfield Town have identified Chelsea coach Anthony Barry as a potential replacement for Danny Schofield (The Sun).

Swansea City linked with Scotsman

Swansea City and Sunderland are battling over the services of former Dundee United coach Adam Asghar (Alan Nixon).

Cardiff City managerial latest

Cardiff City made the decision to dismiss Steve Morison on Sunday after their loss to Huddersfield. They have placed Mark Hudson is caretaker charge and he will be given the chance to impress (The Athletic).

Blackburn Rovers youngster earns international call-up

Blackburn Rovers youngster George Chmiel, who is a forward, has been called up for Poland U19s for their upcoming European Championship qualifiers (Lancashire Telegraph).