Former Reggae Boy To Take Charge Of Premier League Team
Former Reggae boy Darren Moore is currently slated to take charge of West Bromwich Albion against Swansea city this weekend.
Moore was given the duties of caretaker manager on Monday following the exit of former boss Alan Pardew, who left the club at the bottom of the table, 10 points adrift of safety with a meagre six games remaining.
Moore, 43, represented Jamaica twice in 1999 and played for the likes of Barnsley, West Brom, Portsmouth and Derby at the club level.
His appointment will see him become only the second person from Central and North America to manage a club in the Premier League.
American soccer coach Bob Bradley was the first when he managed Swansea in 2016.
England, naturally boasts the most managers in the league with 116 , followed by Scotland with 34.
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