Date: 31st July 2018 at 5:45pm
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West Bromwich Albion have confirmed that former goalkeeper Boaz Myhill has returned to The Hawthorns today on a one year deal that seems him retake his place in our goalkeeping unit for the Championship campaign of 2018/19.

The 35-year-old departed over the summer when his existing deal expired and having been a steady and reliable back up over the years following his arrival at the club as a free agent back in the summer of 2010, he does have 82 appearances to his name for us.

You would imagine he now completes the goalkeeping unit with Sam Johnstone and Jonathan Bond joining earlier in the summer and head coach Darren Moore will turn all his attentions to other areas of the pitch now.

His full interview having returned to the club is available by – Clicking Here.

Whilst it was an unexpected move, he has continued training with us over the summer and has obviously impressed enough to earn himself a new deal, so welcome back Boaz – stay away from taxi’s.

For those fans who are wondering, if we loaned out our youngsters and then Johnstone and Bond picked up an injury, we can no longer hold 24-hour recall clauses on them following a change to the rules. So a third senior keeper is important, it’s why all clubs have moved in that direction.