Darren Moore: No regrets over my time as West Brom boss

By Joe Edwards | West Bromwich Albion | Published:

Darren Moore has no regrets over his time in charge of Albion and harbours no animosity towards the club despite his sacking.

Darren Moore

Moore was relieved of his duties as Baggies head coach in March, with the club then fourth in the Championship.

Jimmy Shan took the reins on a caretaker basis for the remainder of the campaign, losing to Villa in the play-off semi-finals, and now Slaven Bilic is in charge at The Hawthorns.

Moore has previously stated his sacking came as a shock, and in a first-person piece on The Coaches' Voice website said: "Would I do anything differently?

"I’ve been asked that question a lot over the last few months.

"When I first left West Brom, I did go through a period of thinking, what did I do wrong?

"But now I’ve had time to look back and reflect, I know that I wouldn’t do anything differently. I really wouldn’t.

"That doesn’t mean I harbour any animosity towards the club. Actually, it’s the opposite.

"I’m grateful to them for giving me the opportunity."

He added: "I associate my experiences at West Brom with nothing but good times."

Joe Edwards

By Joe Edwards
Multi-Media Sports Journalist - @JoeEdwards_Star

Wolves fan turned Wolves correspondent for the Express & Star.


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