Date: 3rd December 2018 at 12:32pm
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James Morrison’s time at West Bromwich Albion needs little introduction or explanation. Having joined us from Middlesbrough back in the summer of 2007, the Scottish international has gone on to make over 300 appearances for the club across all competitions and whilst he may split the fanbase at times (as all players do on a bad day) he’s been a snip of a signing at £1.5million as reported.

The 32-year-old is closing in on his testimonial after ten years of good service alongside Chris Brunt (also much maligned sadly) and after injury issues this summer he has now made 12 appearances for head coach Darren Moore as we go into tonight’s Championship clash with Brentford.

In our last game against Swansea City as we took another victory in 2018/19, he was making a milestone appearance.

If I hadn’t fallen ill I’d have mentioned this earlier, but moving into 34th in our all-time table is worthy of recognition, even if it comes a little bit late in the day.