Tyreece Simpson

Cress

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Wallace faces medical ahead of West Brom move​

West Brom are close to completing the signing of Millwall winger Jed Wallace in the next 48 hours.

Wallace is having a medical at Albion's training ground on Wednesday after deciding to leave Millwall as a free agent.

Championship trio eye Simpson​

Tyreece Simpson, Ipswich Town striker, is a major target for Huddersfield Town this summer with the beaten Championship play-off finalists competing with Luton Town and Middlesbrough for his signing.

Valued at around £250,000, Simpson, 20, scored nine goals in 25 appearances on loan at Swindon Town in League Two last season. He is out of contract in 12 months’ time and has rejected a new deal at Portman Road.”
 

newyddion

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Wallace faces medical ahead of West Brom move​

West Brom are close to completing the signing of Millwall winger Jed Wallace in the next 48 hours.

Wallace is having a medical at Albion's training ground on Wednesday after deciding to leave Millwall as a free agent.

Championship trio eye Simpson​

Tyreece Simpson, Ipswich Town striker, is a major target for Huddersfield Town this summer with the beaten Championship play-off finalists competing with Luton Town and Middlesbrough for his signing.

Valued at around £250,000, Simpson, 20, scored nine goals in 25 appearances on loan at Swindon Town in League Two last season. He is out of contract in 12 months’ time and has rejected a new deal at Portman Road.”
Canny ‘under the radar’ signing!
 

festa5

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I like the look of him. Can clearly hold the ball up which is something we've missed and that rare combination of being both big and quick.

His running and dribbling style has shades of Traore, looks like he's quite explosive.

20 years old and for £250k looks like it'd be quite an astute low risk signing that'd leave more cash for a couple of more established and experienced strikers.
 

Huddboro

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actually think WBA maybe top two next year or won't too far off
Nah don't think they will be, agreed on a couple of good signings in Swift and Wallace but some of the rest of the squad is garbage. They will be around top 6- I think it'll be Boro, Sheff United, Forest, West Brom, Stoke and Swansea.
 

Otto42

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Could be very open this season with no one outstanding side, Norwich, Watford and Burnley all in transition and the issue with West Brom is that they have had too many recent premier league seasons so fans will turn on Bruce the minute things start to go slightly wrong. Unfortunately I expect Sunderland to be up there. Good to see Forest already relegated, must be because they couldn't sign Spence?!
 

BoroMart

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Nah don't think they will be, agreed on a couple of good signings in Swift and Wallace but some of the rest of the squad is garbage. They will be around top 6- I think it'll be Boro, Sheff United, Forest, West Brom, Stoke and Swansea.
Their problem last season wasn't creating chances it was putting them in the net. Add those two and I doubt they will create much more than they were last season, but they will let more in. Although decent players, I wouldn't think either would have played regularly for Bournemouth or Fulham this year.
 

asredastheycome

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Could be very open this season with no one outstanding side, Norwich, Watford and Burnley all in transition and the issue with West Brom is that they have had too many recent premier league seasons so fans will turn on Bruce the minute things start to go slightly wrong. Unfortunately I expect Sunderland to be up there. Good to see Forest already relegated, must be because they couldn't sign Spence?!
As are we. We have to replace half the team from last season.
 
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