The arrival of Shane Duffy allowed the captain to
revert to his more familiar position of right back
and he has been in sparkling form since as a
mainstay of the defence who have managed to keep
those four clean sheets in a row.
Plenty of questions being asked about why we'd
forked out £4m for him after a couple of below
average performances in his first two games but
since then has got better and better. An added bonus
of no own goals and no penalties conceded so far.
Continues to look like the Albion's most classy
defender despite the arrival of record signing Duffy
alongside him. Particularly impressive in the
Barnsley win against a team who arrived at the Amex
as the divisions top goalscorers.
At the heart of everything good from an Albion
perspective again in September. He was sorely missed
in the draw away at Ipswich Town as we failed to
create a single shot on target.
Ran Barnsley and Huddersfield ragged with some
pieces of absolutely exceptional skill to recall the
glory days of Vicente strutting his stuff at the
Amex. He also netted the only goal in that win over
|| Glenn Murray -
A quieter month for the on-loan striker in which he
found himself on the bench for several games.
Responded when recalled to the side against Barnsley
with a brace to take his total for the season to
||Dale Stephens -
Recovered nicely from his bout of transferitis on
the last day of the window that meant he had played
little effective part throughout August to reunite
with Kayal in the middle of the park. The result?
Some excellent performances, particularly at home.
Seemed to have been rushed back from injury and
certainly struggled in the Brentford defeat. Since
then though he hasn't looked back, being
instrumental in keeping four clean sheets in a row.
Looking back to his best.