Albion legend James Morrison has joined the Scotland coaching staff of former Baggies boss Steve Clarke – a job he takes on alongside a new role with the club’s academy.
The 37-year-old teamed up with the Tartan Army earlier this summer for their back-to-back EURO 2024 qualifying wins over Norway and Georgia and will be part of Clarke’s coaching staff going forward.
Morrison, who earned 46 caps for Scotland during a nine-year international career, will stay with the Baggies, offering coaching support to the club’s academy.
The club wishes James all the very best with his second Scotland career and is delighted he will remain involved at The Hawthorns.
James said: “I would like to thank Albion for providing me with the opportunity to begin my coaching career here, at the club I love.”
“I am excited to be joining Steve Clarke and returning to international football and I consider myself incredibly fortunate to be able to continue working for Albion alongside my new role with Scotland.
“I would like to thank Carlos Corberán and his coaching staff for their support and guidance over the last six or so months and I will, of course, be cheering the lads on from the stands, attending as many games as I can.”