Former Reggae Boy Moore named Premier League Manager of the Month

  • Former Reggae Boy Moore named Premier League Manager of the Month

Former Reggae Boy Moore named Premier League Manager of the Month

Carlos Carvalhal, Manager of Swansea City shakes hands with Cedric Soares of Southampton during the Premier League match between Swansea City and Southampton at Liberty Stadium on May 8, 2018 in Swansea, Wales.

Southampton have had the last laugh on and off the pitch against Swansea as they fight for Premier League survival.

Carvahal's males face already-relegated Stoke at house on the ultimate day of the season, however have a considerably inferior aim distinction to the Saints.

The 26-year-old allegedly wants to be regarded as first-choice forward at a team playing in Serie A, and a number of teams are said to hold an interest.

The result nearly guarantees Southampton's spot in the Premier League for next season.

West Brom caretaker manager Darren Moore will discuss his future with the club's board following the final game of the season at Crystal Palace on Sunday.

The former Besiktas handler left his role at championship club Sheffield Wednesday on the eve of Christmas to accept the job at Swansea City. The eight season EPL run for West Brom is their longest since the mid-90s.

The Saints certainly had the last laugh, winning the relegation decider 1-0 at the Liberty stadium.

However, Southampton's narrow 1-0 win over Swansea this morning, combined with Huddersfield's poor goal difference, means that the Terriers must pick up a point from their remaining two matches to be sure of their spot in next season's top tier.

After picking up just four points from a possible 30, Tony Pulis was sacked two days after losing 4-0 at home to Chelsea and was replaced by Gary Megson, who took temporary charge.

After 37 games, the Swans have scored 27 goals and Southampton have scored 37, so they will not be making up that difference, therefore need the 10-goal swing in goal difference.