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West Brom: Fans react to Filip Krovinovic update

West Brom: Fans react to Filip Krovinovic update - West Bromwich Albion News

West Bromwich Albion fans have been reacting to the news that Filip Krovinovic is set to leave the Baggies this month to move to PAOK in Greece.

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Krovinovic is currently on loan at the Hawthorns from Benfica in Portugal. The former Croatia U21 international also spent last term with the Midlands outfit and played an important role in the team’s promotion, scoring three times and providing four assists in 40 matches in the Championship.

This term, though, he has failed to contribute to a single strike in 11 games, and he has not yet been included in the starting XI by Sam Allardyce. As such, according to Record, he is set to move to Greece, with Allardyce seemingly happy to let him go.

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The news has attracted plenty of attention from the Baggies supporters, and it is fair to say that they are not best pleased by this development. They took to social media platform Twitter in response to a post relaying this news to share their thoughts.

Let’s see what the fans had to say about Krovinovic below

“I hate it here”

Credit: @_lilyvictoria

“Smells of Pulis all over again #WBA”

Credit: @WoodyWBA_

“He’s miles better than Sawyers…… Do they want Sawyers?? Please…”

Credit: @BOBTAYL01081689

“Unpopular opinion going on other tweets, but I liked him and don’t think he’s been given a fair crack by Sam”

Credit: @paulbeech100

“Pereira will be off next season no doubt. The culture of the club will die under Allardyce.”

Credit: @SeanJohnLee

“Should have been playing instead of Romaine”

Credit: @BazForrest

In other news, West Brom fans hammer these Allardyce comments.

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