Sport Darren Moore set to be appointed as permanent West Brom boss

17:56  17 may  2018
17:56  17 may  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Moore appointed permanent West Brom head coach

  Moore appointed permanent West Brom head coach Darren Moore has earned the chance to lead West Brom on a permanent basis following the club's relegation from the Premier League.West Brom have announced the appointment of Darren Moore as the club's new head coach after he impressed on an interim basis.

West Brom have drawn one and won the other of their last two games following eight straight losses, with caretaker manager Darren Moore The club's former youth coach has many believing he could have done a better job than former boss Alan Pardew had he been appointed earlier, and there are

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West Brom are preparing to offer Darren Moore the full-time head coach position as they look to bounce straight back from Premier League relegation, according to The Independent.

The former Baggies defender took over from Alan Pardew as caretaker manager at the Hawthorns and bagged himself April’s manager of the month award.

The 44-year-old guided the bottom of the league side to an unbeaten month, including wins against Manchester United and Newcastle.

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Moore transformed a doomed West Brom side into a team that had a glimpse of a great escape until Southampton sealed their fate with a 1-0 win over Swansea.

Moore's great escape bid at West Brom nets Premier League award

  Moore's great escape bid at West Brom nets Premier League award Darren Moore's sensational turnaround of West Brom's Premier League form has landed him the division's Manager of the Month award.West Brom's interim boss Darren Moore has been named Premier League Manager of the Month for April.

Moore 's lack of experience 'a big risk' for West Brom . Football Focus pundits Mark Lawrenson and Danny Murphy say appointing Darren Moore as permanent manager of West Bromwich Albion would be too much of "a risk" due to his lack of managerial experience.

West Brom caretaker manager Darren Moore apparently doesn't want to continue his spell in charge of the Baggies in the Championship season. The current favourites for the role include Brentford boss Dean Smith, and the former Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy.

The club are now convinced that Moore is the right man to take the club forward and he should be appointed as head coach in the next few days barring an “extraordinary turnaround”.

This will be Moore’s first full-time managerial role and he has a mighty task on his hands as he looks to bring the Baggies back up at the first time of asking.

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West Brom hold meeting to discuss managerial options .
As their Premier League season has ended, West Brom have already begun the task of finding a new manager that is willing to take on the challenge of gaining promotion from the Championship. The Baggies ended the season in 20th place and they are wasting no time in trying to find a solution to their problems. John Percy from the Telegraph reports that Mark Jenkins and Giliano Terraneo have flown over to China to discuss their plans of appointing a new manager with the club’s board. Twitter: #wba update – Jenkins & Terraneo flying to China to discuss plans to appoint new manager with board. Darren Moore i… https://t.co/xEdVD0MYVZ (@JPercyTelegraph) The Baggies have a tough decision to make, deciding whether Darren Moore has done enough to keep his role as manager long term. If the board decide that they don’t think Moore is the man to lead them back to the Premier League, then Albion are set to approach Brentford’s Dean Smith. Brentford finished in ninth place in the Championship this season, six points off the playoff places. Moore was in charge of six matches for West Brom, winning three, drawing two and only losing one game, earning himself April’s Premier League Manager of the Month award.

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