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West Brom: Fans react to Ismael’s comments on Gardner-Hickman

West Brom: Fans react to Ismael’s comments on Gardner-Hickman -Twitter Talk

West Brom manager Valerien Ismael hailed teenager Taylor Gardner-Hickman for his performance against Hull City in the week.

And a number of Baggies supporters have been reacting to Ismael’s comments after the club posted them on their official Twitter page on Thursday.

The 19-year-old was handed a first Championship start in the 1-0 win at The Hawthorns and took his opportunity with Darnell Furlong suspended.

Gardner-Hickman played on the right-hand side in a 3-4-2-1 system and made two tackles, one key pass and won six duels. [SofaScore]

He recorded a better match rating than senior professionals Jake Livermore and Matt Phillips, with West Brom sharing a clip of Ismael and Gardner-Hickman online.

Ismael labelled the youngster as man of the match, describing his performance as ‘great’.

Should Gardner-Hickman keep his place this weekend?

Yes, 100%

Yes, 100%

No, leave him out!

No, leave him out!

West Brom fans react

This is what these Baggies fans had to say in reply to the club’s official post, with a few hoping to see him keep his place against Middlesbrough on Saturday but some taking the chance to hit out at Ismael.

“Klopp without the ability”

Credit: @LukeRowland015

“I am really fond of our manager. It will end in tears as being fond of a manager always does, but it’s great to have a manager who seems to be such a good bloke.”

Credit: @SafiyaOutlines

“Agree Val not brave enough to stand by him cuz his shocking management is putting pressure on him”

Credit: @RobertByron11

“He better start next week”

Credit: @Jakecolclough4

“Don’t drop him for Furlong!”

Credit: @Mickthedec57

“Had a fantastic game. Shame he will more than likely be dropped”

Credit: @daveyg71

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