West Bromwich Albion
Penalty box session – Issue 28 (November 2012)
Steve Clarke has had an impressive start to life in management, having been announced as West Bromwich Albion manager in the summer. He celebrated his first competitive match in charge of West Brom by leading the club to a 3-0 Barclays Premier League victory over Liverpool.
Previously, the 49-year-old had acted as a faithful deputy to a series of high-profile managers, including Jose Mourinho, Sir Bobby Robson and Kenny Dalglish.
Clarke began coaching in 1998 after calling an end to 16 years as a professional. The defender played for for St. Mirren and Chelsea, making 530 appearances in total and scoring 14 goals. He also made six senior appearances for Scotland.
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