Many West Brom fans have been slamming the performance of Robert Snodgrass in their 1-1 draw at home to Middlesbrough on Saturday afternoon.
It was a frustrating afternoon for Albion at The Hawthorns, as Grady Diangana’s strike midway through the second half was only enough to gain a point from the game after Josh Coburn had given the visitors the lead before the interbal.
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It was also a match where Snodgrass struggled to make any impact, as he failed to record a single shot on target, dribble or key pass, and was also unsuccessful with all 10 crosses that he attempted (SofaScore).
He lost out on seven of his duels and also lost possession of the ball on 14 separate occasions in total (SofaScore) as the 34-year-old generally struggled in the middle of the park.
West Brom fans slam Snodgrass
These Baggies supporters on Twitter slammed Snodgrass’ performance, with a couple of West Brom fans claiming that the Scot was ‘poor’ yesterday:
“Robinson and Grant awful. Snodgrass 3 poor games in a row. Townsend CAN’T PLAY IN A BACK 3!!! We can all see it except for VI! But Kipre may have nailed a starting spot and Molumby impressed again. Biggest things, we’re not creating chances and there’s no clear style of play now.”
“At this point it may be cheaper to find a pleasant care home for Snodgrass”
“Can Snodgrass cross? Jesus wept, his set pieces bar one good one have been dire.”
“Moving Townsend to LCB to shoehorn Reach in is ridiculous. To not play TGH after Wednesday is very poor too. Defence continues to be a liability, Snodgrass poor, Robinson is not the man to play central to hold the ball up, Looks lost in that role. This is awful.”
“I’m sick to death of Snodgrass hitting the first man. Also, Bartley and Kipre in cahoots at who can be worse.”
“Exactly, I made that point after the Hull game. If two of our supposedly most technical players like Robinson and Snodgrass can’t pick a pass, how are we supposed to play good football?”
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