He has given up his role with the Under-21s, where Shannon Ruth is the head coach, supported by Gary Dicker.
Crofts joins a first team that now includes fitness trainers Vincenzo Teresa and Marcattilio Marcattilii, who have been granted work permits along with Roberto De Zerbi and assistant Andrea Maldera.
De Zerbi and his colleagues can now get down to business on the training ground ahead of next Saturday’s trip to Liverpool.
Albion Vice Chairman and CEO Paul Barber said: “We are extremely pleased for Andrew Crofts, Shannon Ruth and Gary Dicker, who are all receiving well-deserved promotions as part of our ongoing succession planning process.
“We would like to thank the Football Association for their prompt assistance in providing the relevant confirmations from the Board of Directors and the Home Office for efficiently processing the work permits.”
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