Ronnie Moore is a former football player and a manager. He was born on 29 January 1953 in Liverpool, Lancashire, and started his playing career in the local side Tranmere Rovers as a centre-forward. After a successful loan in Chicago Sting where he featured in 22 games and netted eight times, he penned a deal with Cardiff City. In 1980 he was signed by Rotherham United and played in the club for three years appearing in 125 matches and netting 52 goals. After short spells in Charlton Athletic and Rochdale he eventually returned to Tranmere Rovers where he played from 1986 to 1989, featuring in 75 games and finding the target five times.
Moore started his managerial career in 1996 at Southport, yet a season later he was introduced as Rotherham United head coach. He led the side to two consecutive promotions from Division Three to Division One.
In March 2005 Moore joined Oldham Athletic and helped the club avoid relegation. In his second season he led Oldham to a mid-table finish and won the League One Manager of the Month Award for December 2005.
In June 2006 the manager penned a deal with Tranmere Rovers where he worked for three years
On 5 March 2012 Moore returned to the club and helped the side to avoid relegation. At the beginning of 2014 Moore was involved in betting scandal and was released from the club.
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