West Brom sack head coach Darren Moore blaming ‘disappointing’ results
West Bromwich Albion have sacked Darren Moore, blaming the pinnacle coach for failing to “engineer consistency of form and results”.
The decision to sack Moore brilliant assistants, Graeme Jones and Wayne Jacobs, came after their 1-1 draw against bottom club Ipswich, which meant they remain with out a home victory inside the Championship since Boxing Day, and have won just four within their last 12 games. They generally do remain fourth inside the table, though – focused for a place in the play-offs.
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The ceo, Mark Jenkins, told the club’s website: “This has long been an enormously difficult decision for just a club that may always hold Darren in these high regard. He took over in the quite challenging time last season and reunited the club, a contribution that could do not be forgotten.
“But we’ve achieved it clear from the outset that everything this current year was tailored for making as swift money for the Premier League as possible. Unfortunately Darren isn’t in a position to engineer the consistency of form and leads to convince the board until this objective could well be met.
“After discussions with your owners, the difficult decision to produce a change was taken.”
Albion said the first-team coach James Shan would take charge by using an interim basis, nonetheless the club “hope in order to name a new head coach the moment possible”.
Moore, who made over 100 appearances for that club between 2001 and 2006, had given no indication of his impending departure right after the match. “Nobody is likely to give us the ability to win,” he told the post-match press conference. “We ought to wait and earn it. We’ll go on to focus on that.”