The left-back had to be helped from the pitch on Wednesday evening at The Hawthorns after injuring his knee inside the first few minutes Cardiff City defender Jamilu Collins is out for the season in a devastating blow to the Bluebirds. The sight of Collins hobbling off the pitch on Wednesday night was difficult for Bluebirds fans to stomach.
West Bromwich Albion right-back Ethan Ingram is open to the possibility of leaving the club on a temporary basis during the current transfer window, according to a report from The Athletic. It is understood that Ingram is keen to feature regularly at senior level this season after making his debut for the Baggies during the previous campaign.
West Brom were held to another 1-1 draw at home to Watford as a spirited Hornets side denied the dominant Baggies in the Midlands. Ismaila Sarr stunned the entirety of The Hawthorns and probably himself after 11 minutes as he turned inside his own half to spot David Button off his line before rifling a shot all the way into the back of the Baggies net.
West Brom’s stance over potential transfer swoop for 24-year-old from Championship rivals becomes clearer
West Brom are not interested in signing Luton Town right-back James Bree at this moment in time, a report from The Birmingham Mail has revealed. It has recently been reported that Baggies manager Steve Bruce is keen to sign another right-back this summer, to provide cover and competition for Darnell Furlong at The Hawthorns.
West Brom boss Steve Bruce is looking to make a tactical switch in defence that will see roles for Darnell Furlong and Conor Townsend change next season. Bruce is not only expected to make necessary changes to the squad but also to make changes in tactics and systems that will help him get the best out of his players.
Joseph Masi rates the West Brom players after their win over Barnsley. David Button The keeper didn’t have a save to make. He did, though, claim an assist for Adam Reach’s spectacular goal. Assist 7 Darnell Furlong Back from suspension, Furlong won Albion’s second penalty in what, overall, was a positive display.
West Brom eye big loan move for 'cheat code' sensation, transfer hangs in balance - report ‘Five or six’ - Steve Bruce shares brutal West Brom transfer admission West Brom have confirmed their starting XI for their Championship clash against Barnsley this afternoon [May 7] at the Hawthorns.
West Bromwich Albion have been forced into defensive changes from last weekend's Championship clash at Reading as they seek to end the season with back to back clean sheets and another win against Barnsley West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Bruce make two changes for the visit of Barnsley on the final day of the 2020/21 Championship season.
Steve Bruce believes West Bromwich Albion’s scoring woes are, in part, down to playing fullbacks in a makeshift wing-back role this season. He doesn’t believe Conor Townsend is adept enough at taking on players, and the same criticism was levied at Darnell Furlong.
West Bromwich Albion are 19th in the Championship for goals (48) this season and Steve Bruce believes using fullbacks as makeshift wing-backs has been to blame – the Baggies were promoted to the Premier League in 2019/20 with Conor Townsend and Darnell Furlong at left-back and right-back respectively.
Reading interim manager Paul Ince is down to only 15 fit senior players for Saturday’s match against West Brom. Tom Ince and Tom Holmes have been ruled out for the rest of the season through injury and illness respectively. They join John Swift, Femi Azeez, Scott Dann, Andy Rinomhota and Felipe Araruna on a lengthy injury list.
Darnell Furlong has been a regular for West Bromwich Albion this season, making 41 appearances in all competitions, but the 26-year-old may have an uncertain future after Steve Bruce talked up Taylor Gardner-Hickman’s prospects as a right-back. The 20-year-old has impressed in his breakthrough season, putting in fine performances in defence and midfield.
Two alterations in midfield and one at the back for West Brom as Steve Bruce shakes things up after defeat against Nottingham Forest for the visit of Coventry City West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Bruce has made three changes from the Easter Monday defeat to Nottingham Forest as the Baggies return to The Hawthorns.
We’re delighted to welcome former West Brom striker Kevin Phillips as our exclusive columnist. Each week he’ll be giving his views on the biggest talking points at The Hawthorns… Kevin Phillips has admitted that it was natural for Karlan Grant to be unhappy after he was sacrificed as West Brom lost at Nottingham Forest.
We’re delighted to welcome former West Brom striker Kevin Phillips as our exclusive columnist. Each week he’ll be giving his views on the biggest talking points at The Hawthorns… Kevin Phillips has insisted that Darnell Furlong’s red card against Nottingham Forest was the last thing West Brom needed this week.
West Brom begin their charge for momentum into the new season this afternoon and Steve Bruce is expected to go with a strong side against Coventry. The Baggies were thumped 4-0 by Nottingham Forest on Monday night, ending their slim playoff chances dead in their tracks. But Bruce has shared that he will be in charge of the club next season, and after revealing plans for the new campaign are in motion he can start to show that with his team selection here.