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The Baggies beat Coventry City 5-2 in the commemorative fixture which paid tribute to the football legendRead the full story ›
West Bromwich Albion have confirmed Darren Moore as the club's head coach with an "improved and extended" contract.Read the full story ›
The Bishop of Coventry has announced that there will be a celebration of Cyrille Regis’ life and legacy in Coventry Cathedral.
The pioneering footballer, who played for a number of clubs in the Midlands, died suddenly from a heart attack last month, aged 59.
The service will take place on Sunday, 4 March at 4pm.
More than 4,500 fans gathered at The Hawthorns for a memorial service to celebrate the life of pioneering footballer Cyrille Regis.Read the full story ›
Fans have paid tribute to legendary footballer Cyrille Regis ahead of his funeral. He died suddenly from a heart attack, aged 59.Read the full story ›