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MessagePosté le: Sam 7 Avr - 11:37 (2018)    Sujet du message: Did West Brom miss huge opportunity with Newcastle United's Répondre en citant

 
 
wwwpic5678 West Bromwich Albion were keen to sign Aleksandar Mitrovic from Premier League rivals Newcastle United in the January transfer window.

West Brom looks like they missed an excellent opportunity in the January transfer window when they failed to sign Newcastle United’s Aleksandar Mitrovic.

Sky Sports has reported that the Baggies were keen to land the out-of-favour Serbia striker but didn't manage to stump up the funds after they decided not to cash in on in-demand centre-back Jonny Evans.

According to The Sun, it would have taken £15 million to convince Newcastle to sell.

But that is not to say Mitrovic would not have stopped West Brom from plummeting into the Championship - that looks to have been more than a one-player job. wwwpic5678

But, if West Brom had signed the 23-year-old they might have already grabbed the man capable of ensuring their stay in the second tier of English football is a short one, as Mitrovic, of course, has been in quite astounding form since he dropped down to the second tier with a loan spell at Fulham in January.

Mitrovic scored his eighth goal in just nine starts for The Cottagers during Tuesday’s 2-0 win against Leeds United, and is showing just how prolific he can be when he plays regularly under a manager who trusts and believes in his ability.

West Brom, however, have struggled for goals all season and look set to lose both Salomon Rondon and Jay Rodriguez this summer. In Mitrovic, they could have had a saviour ready and waiting. wwwpic5678



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Joel Matip 2017/18 Season Review: A backward step by Liverpool’s inconsistent centre-back

 
maxbet Matip’s maiden season at Anfield was a largely positive one, following his switch from Schalke on a free transfer in July 2016.  The Cameroonian made an excellent start to life as a Red, convincing supporters that they had finally found their ideal centre-back following years of ineptitude in that area. It ended up being a disrupted campaign because of injuries, however, and Matip only made 32 appearances in total from a possible 47 matches. 

With no new centre-back signed last summer—a move for Virgil van Dijk was delayed until January—the 26-year-old was pencilled in as a definite starter, but things have followed a similar pattern this time around. Look at Matip as a physical specimen and he has everything in his locker to be a top-class defender. He possesses elegance on the ball, a towering presence and a cool head. It seems incapable of all coming together regularly, though, which separates him from being an excellent centre-back and an average one.

Too often, he cuts a timid figure who shrinks when the going gets tough, and for all Dejan Lovren‘s faults, he has shown up his team-mate when it comes to heart and influence. A less-than-satisfying display in the 3-3 draw at Watford was not an ideal start to the season, before impressing home and away against Hoffenheim and in the 4-0 mauling of Arsenal at Anfield. Another bad day at the office wasn’t far away, in the 5-0 defeat at Man City. It was an admittedly tough afternoon, playing with 10 men for much of the game, but he was run ragged. maxbet

Liverpool’s defensive problems were highlighted consistently during the autumn, and Matip was a constant in the back line in that period, which spoke volumes. A few solid showings were ruined by wretched performances at Newcastle and Tottenham, with his timid style and lack of fight alarming. Matip suddenly looked a far cry from the dominant figure who had shone so brightly in the early stages of 2016/17, and Van Dijk’s arrival made it a straight fight between him and Lovren to be the Dutchman’s centre-back partner.

It was Lovren who looked the more suitable companion—not necessarily because he is better, but due to his all-action style complementing Van Dijk more. He was also afforded more time to play alongside him because of injury to Matip, whose level when available ranged from excellent (City at home) to appalling (the FA Cup defeat to West Brom). It has undoubtedly been a below-par season on the whole, and fitness has been a real issue. maxbet
 


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