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Transfer News from West Brom



The Baggies have allowed several fringe players and youth players to leave the club on loan as the Championship loan window closes.

Roman Bednar left the club yesterday to join Sven Goran Erikkson at Leicester as Luke Moore extended his loan at Derby County.

Young players Sam Mantom, Paul Downing and Lateef Elford-Alliyu have all lower league outfits with Mantom and Elford-Alliyu linking up at Tranmere and Downing joining Rotherham.

Gianni Zuiverloon is another man who goes through the exit door as he joins Roy Keane's Ipswich for much needed game time.

Whilst some of the players out on loan could be considered deadwood the young ones are part of the Baggies impressive Academy set up who will pushing for a place in the first team sooner rather than later.
The Journalist

Writer: S Wilton  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 25 2010

Time: 7:53PM

 

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