West Bromwich Albion will unveil Steve Clarke as their new coach this lunchtime, following the club’s previous manger’s move to the England Squad.
Steve Clarke will arrive at The Hawthorns this afternoon, with more than ten years of coaching experience in the Barclays Premier League.
This position at WBA will be Steve Clarke’s first role as head coach, after eminent spells at previous clubs, including Chelsea, Liverpool and Newcastle.
The 48-year-old left his role at Liverpool, where he was assistant manager before Kenny Dalglish's dismissal in May.
West Bromwich Albion’s previous manager, Roy Hodgson, secured a win for England on Saturday night against Sweden. The match finished 3-2.