West Brom manager Darren Moore said that he was pleased with the performance of his players in the game against Aston Villa. His team managed to win the game 2-0 after a battling performance.
Darren Moore said that it is never easy to win games away from home in this division and that what makes this win even sweeter is that they managed to do it while keeping a clean sheet. He said that this is proof that his team is progressing well and that they can win games in every environment.
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has admitted that Ben Woodburn could pursue a temporary move away from the Merseyside outfit before the transfer window closes next month. The youngster was loaned out to Sheffield United during the first half of the season but the move was far from fruitful with him failing to earn regular game time.
Ultimately, Woodburn returned to the Reds after sustaining an ankle injury in training with the Blades, but he has since recovered from the setback to participate with the first-team in training. Speaking to reporters, Klopp hailed Woodburn as an ‘outstanding talent’ but suggested that the youngster was impatient with the decision-making in the summer.
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Darren Moore has made it clear that there won’t be any change in the approach his team has been carrying on the pitch in the on-going season. West Bromwich Albion has been one of the most attacking teams in UK this summer as no team has found the net as many times as them in the top four tiers of English Football till this stage of the season.
However as they have been lethal with their attack, West Brom has been that much loose on their defense and so far there has been only one match where they have ended up without conceding any goal and that’s the reason why, despite being so good attackingly, they haven’t had as many results in their favor as they would have liked to.
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West Bromwich Albion manager Darren Moore has hailed the fighting spirit of his team after they came from two goals down during the final five minutes of their Championship clash at Sheffield Wednesday night. The Baggies were seemingly on the cusp of a third league defeat with Wednesday holding a comfortable 2-0 lead but a late flurry ensured that they managed to leave the Hillsborough Stadium with a share of the spoils.
Speaking after the game, Moore was very pleased with the outcome of the match and hailed the never dying spirit of the current squad, he said: “It was a strong finish and one that I was very, very pleased with – the character, the spirit of the group, the willingness to keep going to the end. Everybody in the squad played their part and we’ve come away with a valuable point having been two goals down. This place is a wonderful arena for football. They set up against us and made it very difficult. We had to find a way to get back into the game and we did. Credit to everybody at the football club for digging out the result.”
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