Darren Moore has been appointed as new head coach of West Bromwich Albion Football Club, the club said in a statement on its website on Friday.

The 44-year-old was placed in charge of the team on temporary basis after it was obvious their former coach Alan Pardew won’t be able to rescue the team from their downward trend.

Though Moore couldn’t save the team over the final 6 games but he had an incredible and outstanding performance along the way including defeating Manchester United at Old trafford which earned him the accolade of manager of the month award.

Announcing the appointment, Chief Executive of the club, Mr Mark Jenkins, said the impression Moore made across all areas of the club delivered a powerful case for his promotion to head coach.