BER­AHINO HAS BAG­GIES BOUNC­ING AT LONG LAST

WEST BROM ..........1 WEST HAM ............0

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO RESULTS -

League win­ner with Black­burn Rovers he has been man­ager of Mat­lock Town since 2008 and runs a fam­ily plas­ter­ing and dry lin­ing busi­ness. 17. James Shaw: He re­turned to his na­tive area for a spell with Grimsby Town and is still liv­ing and work­ing lo­cally. 18. Nick Dun­nill: Af­ter drop­ping into non-league foot­ball, he is liv­ing and work­ing in his home town of Don­caster. 19. Des Young: A lo­cal tri­al­ist who is now liv­ing and work­ing in the Scun­thorpe area. 20. Phil McLough­lin: Be­came physio at Brent­ford and Peter­bor­ough United and is now academy physio at Not­ting­ham For­est. 21. Richard Money: Has held a num­ber of man­age­ment jobs and is cur­rently the man­ager of Cam­bridge United, who he has guided to the Skrill Pre­mier play-offs. 22. Dar­ren Hayes: Af­ter be­com­ing a goal­keep­ing coach, he now runs a goal­keeper train­ing busi­ness and a me­dia com­pany. 23. Steve John­son: He set­tled in the Manch­ester area where he is work­ing as a fi­nan­cial ad­vi­sor. 24. Tony Brown: Man­aged Ec­cleshill United and worked as cus­tomer ser­vice man­ager for Pen­ning­ton Power Tools in Ship­ley. 25. Steve Lis­ter: He has worked as com­mu­nity of­fi­cer for Barns­ley and is now a coach ed­u­ca­tor for the Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion. He is also chair­man of the Sh­effield based char­ity Sin­cere Sup­port. 26. Ron Green: Be­came Coven­try’s com­mu­nity of­fi­cer as well as coach­ing at the Wal­sall cen­tre of ex­cel­lence. He is now a post­man. 27. David Hill: He has held a num­ber of coach­ing po­si­tions in the Repub­lic of Ire­land and was man­ager of Cobh Ram­blers un­til Fe­bru­ary 2014. WEST BROM moved to within touch­ing dis­tance of safety af­ter Saido Ber­ahino’s goal sealed a first home win un­der Pepe Mel.

Ber­ahino scored from close range af­ter good work from Mor­gan Amal­fi­tano.

The win lifted the Bag­gies five points clear of the bot­tom three, above Mid­lands ri­vals As­ton Villa.

West Ham had con­trolled most of the open­ing pas­sages of play but they failed to re­spond to go­ing be­hind and the trav­el­ling fans showed their dis­pleaure.

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