It’s fair to say West Bromwich Albion didn’t have the greatest of seasons, on our off the field. Four managers, twentieth place and off the field scandals gave the fans one of the worst seasons in recent history. Just six wins came in the league and despite a mini-resurgence under the watch of Darren Moore it wasn’t enough to keep Albion in the league.
The Baggies will be playing Championship football next season and it’s sure to be a new squad of players as Albion look to rebuild to get back to the top flight at the first time of asking.
Some were decent, lots were average and some were shambolic but how did the Albion players and managers rate out of then this season? Well, wonder no more. Agree or disagree? Make sure you comment your ratings below or tweet us @ReadWestBrom.
Three 0’s a 9.5 and everything in between to come.
Ben Foster - 9
The Baggies would have been down by Christmas without Foster who had a great season.
Allan Nyom - 4
Tried hard but caught out by pace so often, not great at either end of the pitch.
Jonny Evans - 0
Awful on and off the pitch
Craig Dawson - 7.5
Consistently good, great in the air in both boxes
Kieran Gibbs - 6.5
Had a strong start but injuries hampered his season
Ahmed Hegazi - 6
Some weeks unbeatable, some he looked Sunday league
Jake Livermore - 6.5
Awful until the last two months, but from then on brilliant
Claudio Yacob - 5
Not his usual hard-hitting self this season
Matt Phillips - 5.5
Not enough output compared to last season, improved towards the end
Chris Brunt - 9.5
Star of the season carried the club on his back at times
James McClean - 4
Gave away a fair few points, only one goal and no assists in a poor season
Gareth Barry - 0
After Barcelona, he should never play for Albion again
Oliver Burke - 6.5
Promising when he got on the pitch, not enough regular game time
Grzegorz Krychowiak - 6
Showed some quality but looked off the pace at times
Sam Field - 8.5
The youngster gave his all in limited game time, will only get better
Jay Rodriguez - 7
Could go missing in games, but seven league goals is decent in this team
Hal Robson-Kanu - 4.5
Just two goals isn’t good enough, tries hard but quality lacking
Salomon Rondon - 8
Gave his all and worked his socks off up front, one of the few who cares
McAuley – 3 – Father time has caught up with him…
Chadli – 5 – Injuries from a lack of pre-season have ruined his season and World Cup chances
Sturridge – 0 – Oh dear.
Pulis – 3 – Strong start but fell to pieces
Megson – 7 – Two creditable draws
Pardew – 0 – What the f**k
Moore – 9 – We love you big Dave