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Discussion in 'Loanwatch' started by THFCSPURS19, Feb 2, 2016.
I suppose the Player Thread may be used, but here's a loan one anyway.
keeping with tradition. thanks for starting it.
Get a room.
On the bench today. I though he had an injury setback and wouldn't be ready yet.
On the bench again.
Can't stand Pulis, so defensive, Rondón, Lambert, Sessegnon and Pritchard all on the bench.
West Bromwich Albion@WBAFCofficial 5m5 minutes ago
DOUBLE ALBION SUB: @SBerahino and @pritch_93 - making his Baggies debut - replace @sandroraniere and Gardner #NEWWBA
Looks like HT
looking sharp, kind of player we could do with ...
Yeah, we're having a baron spell at the moment
well I posted that while we were still trying to bludgeon our way through a parked watford bus and you know as well as I do that we often struggle against such tactics. pritchard's sharp movement and ability to unlock a packed defence is something that we could very well do with in such circumstances.
Genuinely thought @THFCSPURS19 was talking to himself
I am a fan of his, but coming back from an injury I think the loan is a good move from him. Let him be the main creative point for West Brom as we have no easy games left this season and we already have a lot of attacking midfielders doing well, so it'd be tough for him to get on the bench. This loan will be for the best in the long run.
from a thread titled "positives today" on wba forum:
and finally a butthurt goon:
Well the thing Pritchard has going for him is that he always tracks back and works really hard off the ball. I think Pulis might actually like him.
From above link
Pritchard could be an asset
Not yet damaged by Albion's dire lack of invention, Alex Pritchard made an impact on his debut.
Signed on loan from Tottenham earlier this week, the winger was introduced as a substitute immediately after the interval.
He fired over following a rare moment of offensive fluidity from Albion.
And the 22-year-old was willing to step up and take responsibility at set-pieces.
He curled a decent free-kick 20 yards out that brushed the top of the net and did at least give Newcastle keeper Rob Elliot something to think about.
Pritchard, diminutive in stature, but not industry, occasionally found pockets of space and was at the centre of the Baggies' best work going forward.
With his low centre of gravity, he has the ability to turn on a sixpence and also pick out a pass.
Let's hope he doesn't become bogged down by West Brom's abysmal dearth of ideas.
Is he eligible to play against Posh in midweek? Or did he have to be with them before the first match?
Still got a bitter taste in my mouth about this loan.
He hasn't played for another team in the FA Cup this season, so he should be eligible.
I'm not so sure. Steven Caulker wasnt at Liverpool before they played Exeter and I think was ineligible for their replay. However if they win the replay I think he can play in the next round.
Bitter? Better than salty.
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