I didn't know anything about skybet but a couple of people have posted this so I checked and it appears they do or at least they have the same parent ownership ultimately.
Sky betting and gaming is 80% CVC and 20% 20th Century fox or, in other words, the Murdoch family.
Maybe it's best he does get experience at the higher level, even if it is WBA. Im sure Alex has a say in where he is going and if it means we get a fitter player next season (and maybe a berahino sweetener) I like most of you would rather he plays for us now but clearly that won't happen unfortunately.
You mean keep him and then he hardly gets any games at all. He needs to play as many games as possible between now and the end of the season. He isn't going to get more than a handful of games at best for Spurs this season.
Yeah decent move. West Brom don't exactly play attractive football but nor did Bolton when Wilshere went there but it gave him good experience and a bit of fight too. Also gave him 19 career ending injuries but hey ho, you can't have everything.
I agree with most of that. Also particularly important is sessognon is a similar type of player to pritchard, only pritchard has better delivery, something Pulis loves.
But its bullshit to say we play more long balls that West Brom. We are 10th in the league for long balls played, and play more passes than most teams. So long balls make up only 13 percent of our total passes. West Brom are joint second in the league for long passes and 20 percent of all their passes go long.
Will be interested in how this turns out. Pulis seems to like to play as many central defenders and central midfielders as he can. Calum McManaman, someone I like the look of, barely gets a game for WBA. Gnabry from Arsenal went there on loan too and never played. McLean is the only wide player who regularly gets a look in. Sessegnon plays a lot less than he used too as well