The West Bromwich Albion fans are competing in a darts tournament in The Transfer Tavern and discussing reports regarding their manager and his previous employers.
Sky Sports is reporting that Tony Pulis lost his two year long battle against Crystal Palace owner Steve Parish and will have to pay £3.5 million.
The dispute was in regards to a £2 million survival which was awarded to him after leading Crystal Palace to Premier League safety in 2014.
But just months after he was awarded the bonus, Pulis opted to leave Selhurst Park just two days before the new season was about to begin.
The decision was made by a Premier League mediation panel who awarded Parrish the decision following days of evidence, have made the decision that Pulis must pay back the £2 million bonus plus all legal costs for both himself and Parrish.
The Crystal Palace fans in The Transfer Tavern are delighted with the panels decision and hope that it will put off any other managers from thinking they can get one over on their clubs.