West Brom player sends four-word message after Aston Villa announce major Monday development 'Quality' - Valerien Ismael 'very delighted' by major West Brom development 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…
Latest West Bromwich Albion news from BirminghamLive brings team news and reaction from Vicarage Road as Valerien Ismael names his side for the Watford friendly Valerien Ismael has named his West Bromwich Albion starting lineup for today's pre-season friendly against Watford. Albion have travelled south for a game against the Hornets as they reach the halfway stage of their summer schedule.
Carlton Palmer believes it should be a no-brainer for Newcastle United to fork out £3million for Kyle Bartley. Magpies boss Steve Bruce is looking to beef up his defence after conceding 62 Premier League goals last season – nine more than relegated Fulham. Florian Lejeune has also departed for Alaves having spent last season on loan with the Spanish club.
Latest West Bromwich Albion news from BirminghamLive brings reaction from fans to the club's new away kit with a new black strip being launched for the club's travels West Bromwich Albion have released the club's new away kit. Albion supporters have been treated to a smart black strip for their travels in the 2021-22 campaign.
Despite being linked with a move to Newcastle United this summer, former Toon player Steve Howey reckons that reports linking the club with a £3m move for West Bromwich Albion defender Kyle Bartley could just be agent talk. Speaking exclusively to Transfer Tavern, Howey said: Whilst Newcastle finished last season strong losing only three of their last 10 games in the Premier League, manager Steve Bruce will want to refresh his squad and add reinforcements to it this summer.
Kyle Bartley would have been a ‘top’ signing for Newcastle United, Kevin Phillips has told Football Insider. The lowdown The Telegraph reported last week that the Magpies had decided against a move for the West Bromwich Albion defender, who was apparently valued at just £3m by the Championship club.
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… Kyle Bartley has likely suggested to West Brom that he wants to quit the Black Country club this summer, according to Kevin Phillips.
‘It could be a top deal’ – Kevin Phillips makes Newcastle United transfer claim involving EFL defender
Newcastle United have recently pulled out of a deal to sign Kyle Bartley this summer, according to The Telegraph. The same media outlet had claimed that Bartley was one of Steve Bruce’s targets during the transfer window, as he looked to add depth to his defensive options before the 2021/22 campaign got underway in under a month’s time.
West Brom are planning for the new season with defender Kyle Bartley, says Express & Star journalist Luke Hatfield. Bartley is currently being linked with a move away from The Hawthorns following West Brom’s relegation to the Championship. According to The Telegraph, both Newcastle United and Crystal Palace are interested in the 30-year-old, who could cost £3m.
Hope was in short supply when Albion were famously beaten by non-league Woking back in 1991. Thirty years on, though, this meeting between the two sides will have Baggies supporters feeling more optimistic. It’s not often in football you commemorate a defeat. Nevertheless, Albion made the long trip to Surrey to mark the day Tim Buzaglo netted an FA Cup hat-trick to write his name into the history books of both clubs.
Kevin Phillips predicts new West Brom signing Matt Clarke will be a starter for Valerien Ismael next season.
Earlier this week, Albion announced the 24-year-old had joined them on a season-long loan from Brighton. Welcome to the Albion, @MatthewClarke96 ✍️ The @OfficialBHAFC defender has joined us on a season-long loan. — West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) July 13, 2021 However, West Brom’s centre-back options are already well-stocked with Clarke joining the likes of Semi Ajayi, Dara O’Shea, Kyle Bartley and Cedric Kipre at The Hawthorns.
West Bromwich Albion journalist Joseph Masi has said West Brom vice-captain Kyle Bartley is set to be heavily involved in Valerien Ismael’s side next season, in the Baggies Broadcast podcast. Bartley, 30, had been linked with a move to Premier League sides Newcastle United and Crystal Palace but despite the recent loan arrival of Brighton defender Matt Clarke, Masi believes he will be a big part of the club’s plans for the foreseeable future.
West Bromwich Albion fans have been reacting to claims surrounding the future of defender Kyle Bartley. The 30-year-old, set to enter his fourth season at the club, has certainly had an eventful time at The Hawthorns since his move from Swansea City in the summer of 2018; reaching the play-off semi-final in his first season at the club, following that up with promotion the next season, with relegation from the top flight in the most recent campaign after that.
West Bromwich Albion journalist Joe Masi has been sharing some details regarding Baggies defender Kyle Bartley and a potential summer transfer away from the club during the current window. This comes after Masi co-hosted a recent episode of West Brom-themed podcast Baggies Broadcast, where he spoke about the biggest talking points concerning Valerien Ismael’s side.
Kyle Bartley’s potential departure would be a “big blow” for West Bromwich Albion this summer. What’s been said? That’s according to former West Brom centre-forward Kevin Campbell, who, in a recent interview with Football Insider, discussed the potential sale of the Albion centre-back amid reports claiming that the 30-year-old is attracting interest from both Newcastle United and Crystal Palace this summer.
An update has emerged on Newcastle United target Kyle Bartley. What’s the talk? According to the Birmingham Mail, West Brom are determined to keep hold of Newcastle target Kyle Bartley this summer as they attempt to build a squad capable of returning to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
West Bromwich Albion have now completed the signing of centre back Matt Clarke from Brighton and Hove Albion on loan, with the club confirming the news via Twitter. The former Derby County and Portsmouth man arrives at the Hawthorns as Valerien Ismael’s second new addition since taking on the head coach role in the Midlands and is an impressive signing on paper.
New West Bromwich Albion signing Matt Clarke has pledged he will give his “all to help Albion achieve success this season” after joining on a season-long loan from Brighton. Albion announced last night that the central defender had made the move from the Premier League club, becoming Valerien Ismael’s second signing since his appointment earlier this summer after Alex Mowatt followed him from Barnsley on a free transfer.
West Bromwich Albion confirmed the signing of Matthew Clarke on a season-long loan from Brighton & Hove Albion and the news has been met with positivity on social media. Supporters are excited that the 24-year-old will accompany Semi Ajayi, Dara O’Shea and Kyle Bartley this season, so Valerien Ismael has plenty of options at centre-back.