Darren Moore took charge as caretaker head coach of West Bromwich Albion in April 2018, getting the job full-time at the end of the season.
Moore, who made 50 Premier League appearances for West Brom as a player, stepped up to the role, having been a member Pardew’s backroom staff.
When he took over the Baggies were bottom of the table, 10 points from safety with six matches remaining.
The 44-year-old, the first Jamaican to manage a PL club, masterminded a four-match unbeaten run in his first four weeks in charge to earn the Barclays Manager of the Month for April.
Moore then guided the Baggies to victory against Tottenham Hotspur, but ultimately they were relegated before the final match of the season.
West Brom announced on 18 May 2018 the permanent appointment of Moore ahead of their 2018/19 Championship campaign.
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