Hypothetical questions are enjoyable in the majority aspects of life, and especially in football.
— Baggies HQ (@BaggiesHQ) November 21, 2019
And an interesting question of the sorts has been proposed by West Brom Twitter account Baggies HQ, who asked supporters if they would take 34-year-old club captain Chris Brunt in the starting XI every week if the was younger and in-form.
The Northern Ireland has part of the Albion furniture for well over a decade after joining from Sheffield Wednesday in the summer of 2007, with Brunt being part of a West Brom side that has yo-yod between the Championship and the Premier League, and his devotion to the club has made the veteran attacker a firm fan favourite.
Here’s what West Brom had to say about the hypothetical question about Brunt, with lots of supporters jumping on board with the suggestion…
In every way shape and form
— Kieran Unitt (@kieran_unitt) November 21, 2019
— Serg (@SurjitThiara1) November 21, 2019
Stick him on the left, grady on the right, matty up top. Can’t think of a better front 3 for us if we are going on prime versions of them
— Ben (@BenS_2003) November 21, 2019
— Djægimønium (@HiLucie16) November 21, 2019
Yes he would. Although the young lads are playing really well at the minute
— baggiesfan19 (@baggiesfan19) November 21, 2019
— Roy D (@lancerbaggie) November 21, 2019
— WBA Rainbow Stand ® (@TheRainbowStand) November 21, 2019
— JR19 S a N c H o S z N (@Realist_Sancho) November 21, 2019
Brunt has seen very little football this season under Slaven Bilic, with stats from Transfermarkt showing that the 34-year-old attacker has made just four first-team appearances.