Hudderfield Town has finally found a suitable replacement for Neil Warnock.

According to rumors, former West Brom manager Darren Moore is likely to return to management.

Moore has remained unemployed since his abrupt exit from Sheffield Wednesday. In May, he guided the Owls to promotion from League One, but he departed Hillsborough due to a variety of reasons and was replaced by Xisco Munoz.
After three months, the 49-year-old hopes to return. Alan Nixon, a Sun journalist, declares on his Patreon page that Moore will be the future manager of Huddersfield Town.

Neil Warnock announced his departure from the club earlier this week. The 75-year-old is in charge of the Terriers’ EFL Championship encounter against Stoke City, but he will leave after the match due to a change in strategy from the club’s owners.

Moore will be denied a return to The Hawthorns this season if his appointment is confirmed, because both teams have already played.

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Neil Warnock led the Yorkshire team to a 2-1 victory over the Baggies right before the international break in September. The rematch is scheduled for Saturday, March 9, 2024, at John Smith’s Stadium.

In 2018, the Birmingham-born centre-back began his management career with West Brom. After succeeding Alan Pardew as interim manager, he was appointed head coach despite the club’s relegation.

Moore was fired just ten games into the 2018/19 Championship season, and the club was eliminated in the play-offs by Midlands rivals Aston Villa.

During his stint at West Brom, he managed 48 games, winning 23, drawing 13, and losing 12, for a win percentage of 47.9%.

Moore went on to manage Doncaster Rovers from July 2019 to March 2021 after leaving West Brom. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Donny missed the playoffs, and his services were later bought by Wednesday.

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