UK time is: 08:14:46
Vital Login
Social Login

Choose your club

Other Sites

Network Navigation

Vital Partners

'If It's Football, It's Vital'

Canaries swoop for Welsh Dragon

The local press in Norwich have today linked Albion striker Rob Earnshaw with a 3.5 million move to Carrow Road.

Norwich want the Welshman to replace the space left by former striker Dean Ashton who signed for West Ham earlier in the week.

Earnshaw has fallen out with Baggies boss Bryan Robson due to his lack of starts this season after finishing last season as top scorer.

Robson has been unimpressed with Earnie's attitude in recent weeks and has asked the striker to work on his build up play.

Where others have taken this on board and improved their game, Earnshaw has not done himself any favours with outbursts in the press and his attitude whilst playing. The striker receiving an angry reaction from fans in the recent FA Cup defeat at Reading as he walked over to take an extra time corner as the Baggies were on their way out of the cup.

This left Robson with no choice but to drop Earnshaw completely from the next game drafting in rookie Stuart Nicholson.

Earnshaw was linked with Southampton earlier in the transfer window but Earnie was reluctant for a move to the Championship.

With the end of the transfer window drawing ever closer Earnshaw may have to reconsider his options, either he moves to a Championship club with a chance of promotion, or he spends the rest of the season in the Baggies reserves and improves his attitude enough for Robson to pick him.

Earnshaw has been linked with Everton and Wigan in recent weeks but they both look as if they are choosing to move onto other targets.




Use your social login to comment on front page articles. Login using you Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn accounts and have your say!

The Journalist

Writer:  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 27 2006

Time: 6:50PM

 

Have Your Say

Log in...
with your social network     OR     with your Vital account

Recent West Bromwich Albion Articles

Albion Complete McManaman Capture (Wednesday January 28 2015)

Albion On The TV For FA Cup (Wednesday January 28 2015)

Daniels Makes Aberdeen Loan Switch (Tuesday January 27 2015)

Pulis Delighted With Home Draw (Tuesday January 27 2015)

West Ham In The Cup (Monday January 26 2015)

Myhill Boost For Pulis (Monday January 26 2015)

Pulis Hoping For Hawthorns Draw (Sunday January 25 2015)

Stats: Birmingham v WBA (Saturday January 24 2015)

Archived West Bromwich Albion Articles

List All Vital Baggies Articles
Have your say
Click here to suggest an article
Click here to suggest a poll

League Results (view all)

Latest Results
Everton 0 - 0 WBA
WBA 1 - 0 Hull City
West Ham 1 - 1 WBA
Stoke 2 - 0 WBA
WBA 1 - 3 Man City
Q.P.R. 3 - 2 WBA

League Table (view table)

Team P W D L GD Pts
11. Newcastle 22 7 6 9 -9 27
12. Everton 22 5 8 9 -4 23
13. Crystal Palace 22 5 8 9 -8 23
14. WBA 22 5 7 10 -9 22
15. Aston Villa 22 5 7 10 -14 22
16. Sunderland 22 3 11 8 -14 20
17. Burnley 22 4 8 10 -15 20

Breaking League News

Name the Starting XI - Man City (h)
Chelsea : 29/01/2015 07:37:00
Costa`s Kangaroo Court
Chelsea : 29/01/2015 07:27:00
Who R Ya - Stoke City
Q.P.R. : 28/01/2015 19:27:00
The Men in Black - Stoke City v QPR
Q.P.R. : 28/01/2015 19:06:00
Mutch Palace Bound?
Q.P.R. : 28/01/2015 18:47:00

Current Site Poll (view all polls)

FA - Birmingham MotM
Suggested By:  Site Staff
Myhill 1%
Wisdom 0%
McAuley 7%
Dawson 0%
Lescott 0%
Gardner 0%
Brunt 0%
Yacob 57%
Sessegnon 0%
Berahino 7%
Anichebe 21%
Sub - Foster 0%
Sub - Baird 0%
Sub - Ideye 7%