West Brom loans chief Paul Terry has been charged by the FA for breaking betting rules after it was alleged he placed more than 200 bets on matches across two years.
Terry is accused of placing 209 bets between November 1, 2017 and October 25, 2019, says the Daily Mail.
Terry, 41, was appointed by West Brom in July 2019 and is in charge of monitoring players during loan spells away from the club.
An FA statement read: “Breach of FA Rule E8 – Misconduct in respect of 209 bets placed on football matches between 01 November 2017 and 25 October 2019.
“The Participant has until 10th November 2020 to provide a response.”
Terry is the brother of Aston Villa assistant manager John Terry.