Plenty of West Brom supporters were discussing the future of Sam Field at the club after the question was raised by @BaggiesHQ on Twitter.
The midfielder, who turned 22 earlier this month, made his Albion debut four years ago but has never truly established himself at The Hawthorns and has spent the 2019/20 campaign on loan at Charlton, where he had been in and out of the team before a horrific anterior cruciate ligament injury in October curtailed his season.
Do you think Sam Field has a future at West Brom?#WBA
— Baggies HQ (@BaggiesHQ) May 19, 2020
Prior to that setback, Field had made a name for himself as a tough-tackling midfield player, winning 1.8 tackles per game for the Addicks as he preserved a similar match average from last season with his parent club. [via WhoScored]
Although he has only made 40 appearances for the Baggies’ first team, he has already played under five managers (either permanent or caretaker) at The Hawthorns – having made his debut under Tony Pulis, he also played in line-ups selected by Gary Megson, Alan Pardew, Darren Moore and James Shan.
Do you think Sam Field has a future at West Brom?
These West Brom fans on Twitter had mixed views on Field’s prospects at the club – one supporter earmarked him as a “future captain” while another insisted that he didn’t rate him:
— Dan E. Robinson (@OhnDers) May 19, 2020
Yes. Never let us down. Should have been in our squad this season & we should have released Barry. One has a potential future & this was his chance to earn it. The other was fortunate to redeem himself from taxigate & as we saw against Newcastle should have retired
— The Last Blairite #TrueLabour (@LastBlairite) May 19, 2020
Yes under slav and sawyers been around him will blossom . Has something we all saw it .
— Adrian (@Adrian28903904) May 19, 2020
No. Too many head coaches haven’t seen ‘the potential ‘ even Moore/Shan
— richard goode (@_G00de) May 19, 2020
I don’t get what people see. I don’t rate him and people rave about average performances cus his come through the system.
— Andy Poole (@AndrewP66683304) May 19, 2020
Honestly no can’t see it, to many managers over looked him
— Phil Merrix (@PMerrix) May 19, 2020
West Brom fans, can you see Field establishing himself at The Hawthorns in the future? Join in the discussion by commenting below!
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