BERAHINO HAS BAGGIES BOUNCING AT LONG LAST
WEST BROM ..........1 WEST HAM ............0
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.