Marc Albrighton Redo Liverpool Impact for West Brom Promotion Charge


Marc Albrighton ticks almost all the boxes for West Brom Albion as they do for him. Carlos Corberan is going to be the first to admit that he did not need a winger weeks ago. However, after an injury blow to Matt Phillips, his outlook changed.

This left them with a limited period and an already limited budget, to source a replacement. In Albrighton, they did not regionally have to look far but this was the player who hadn’t stopped outside the Premier League in his whole career- leaving out a four-match spell with Wian when he had been a young player.

A footballer who has more than 300 Premier League appearances to his name, Marc Albrighton has been a model for application and consistency throughout his career. Marc Albrighton has made his name not through showy as several wingers might but through an honest approach by the time he hurried past his full-back and attained by-line, a top-notch delivery.

He has become a part of a highly experienced team. At 33, Albrighton is one of the 8 players who are 30 or older. David Button and Jake Livermore are the same age as him. Erik Pieters is just a year older. He has not come into the dressing room as a brand-new face and starts to mark his arrival simply by being noisy. And he aims to lead by example in an approach that is similar to his former teammate of Aston Villa and James Miller, the Liverpool veteran.

James Miller turned 37 and even though his time at Anfield is about to come this summer, he can serve as the beacon of longevity and the ideal example of how to keep competing and enjoying at the highest level of football.