West Bromwich Albion fans received a big boost following their relegation from the Premier League as the club decided to appoint Darren Moore as the new Head Coach on the 18th of May 2018.
Indeed, a lot of supporters were delighted with the club’s major decision as they took to Twitter to express their feelings.
absolutely thrilled Darren has been given the opportunity to fulfil his managerial potential with the club he holds dear to his heart . Well done to the board in making the CORRECT choice. Let’s back Mooro as we always have to help us get back to where we need to be
— Carl Burkitt (@baggyboy1878) 18 May 2018
Finally! Fully deserved.
— James Manktelow (@JamesManktelow) May 18, 2018
— Kevin Wilks (@KevWilks44) May 18, 2018
— Stephen Anning (@StephenAnning1) May 19, 2018
Deserves his chance so let’s unite behind him . No excuses now ! @WBA
— Stevo Walton (@Stevotop) May 18, 2018
Good luck Big Man. We're all behind you and willing you to succeed. Know you will give it your very best shot.
— Holly Clifton (@HolWBA) May 18, 2018
The 44-year-old took caretaker charge last season in the Premier League.
Indeed, the Englishman almost managed to pull off the impossible at the Hawthorns last season as he spearheaded a dramatic turnaround in the Premier League. He managed to secure seven points in games against the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United and Spurs, which established him as a fan favourite.
But, things didn’t work out for the Baggies as they dropped down to the Championship, despite Darren Moore’s heroics towards the end of the season.
The club legend was appointed as the club’s new Head Coach on the 18th of May.
Moore, in his first job in management, had guided the Baggies to fourth in the Championship with a seven-point cushion on Bristol City in seventh, so he wasn’t exactly doing badly.
Supporters may be slightly confused as to why Moore was relieved of his duties as he had completely transformed things at the Hawthorns, and it’s safe to say that fans had warmed to him.
West Brom fans, do you think the club made the right decision to sack Moore?