Flocking to Twitter, many West Bromwich Albion fans have slammed striker Callum Robinson for his display against Middlesborough on Saturday.
Valerien Ismael’s men, looking to keep chase with the automatic promotion pack, are eyeing a return to the Premier League at the first time of asking after their relegation last season.
They currently sit third in the Championship table and are well in contention to climb back into England’s top flight, but an inconsistent run of results since the beginning of October has hindered them somewhat.
Victories over Bristol City, Birmingham City and Hull City have been marred by defeats to Swansea, Stoke and Fulham since last month and West Brom may need to start performing on a more consistent basis to truly fight till the end.
During their contest against Boro at The Hawthorns this afternoon, one man who certainly didn’t help in that regard was Robinson – with Ismael replacing him at half time due to his ineffective display.
According to SofaScore, the Republic of Ireland international managed zero shots on or off target and lost 100 per cent of his aerial duels against the visitors.
As well as this, he only found a teammate with 43 per cent of his passes – by far the lowest in the XI – leaving little wonder why fans weren’t too pleased with his display.
Find all of their verdicts down from Twitter down below.
West Brom fans slam Robinson…
“Robinson is not a centre forward. Never will be. Awful first touch. Lost possession far to many times and far to weak for the goal. Hugill has to start every game until we get a new striker in January. Liability.”
“When can we discuss how poor he’s been for weeks?”
“The praise got to his head he has been non existent since.”
“Where’s the Robinson that scored 5 in 2 games for Ireland?? He’s doing nothing for us”
“No shots, Robinson given the ball away every time he’s had it, Townsend SHOULD NOT be playing in a back 3 and we look devoid of ideas. It’s simply awful stuff.”
“I don’t think we have a player in worse form than Robinson tbh”
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