West Brom man claim Albion’s summer transfer business with confidence

West Bromwich Albion shot-stopper David Button believes his side’s summer transfer business gives him a real chance to succeed during the 2022/23 campaign, making a convincing claim to the Baggies’ media team has gone.

Albion has brought in four additions so far during this window, with Jason Molumby being the first to join as he made his move from Brighton & Hove Albion permanent, although last season at The Hawthorns was among the first names on the teamsheet. was not one.

John Swift and Jade Wallace also joined, both recording 17 goals and 25 assists combined for Reading and Millwall during the 2021/22 campaign, with the former’s record being particularly impressive, given that his The former side had finished in 21st place.

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After a promising temporary spell during the second half of the 2020/21 season, they were further boosted when OK Yokuslu lowered his salary demands and put pen to paper on a permanent deal.

Baggies was in the top flight at the time – but the Turkish international stood out and is set to be an excellent addition to the championship after taking the step down.

Button is a man who believes these four players can guide the Midlands organization to a better league position when they finished in a disappointing 10th place during their first season in the final of the second season.

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He said: “I had to wait for some time for my chance to become No. 1 and play a regular game here. I think it has made me determined to be successful and to show everyone what I am about.

“I’ll have to be patient and wait for my chance. Now that I’ve got my chance, I don’t want to waste it.

“The older you get and the more experience you have, you realize that being part of successful teams is something special and they don’t always come around.

“I am determined to be part of a successful team here and I think with the pairings we made over the summer, we have a great chance of being successful this year.”


He certainly has done well to take on the likes of Swift and Wallace, both of whom could have played in the top flight this season, given the previous links.

Both contributed heavily in the last third for their former sides last season and were struggling in front of Albion goals during the 2021/22 campaign, the main reason being that they missed out on the top six, their being at the club a real is promoted.

They combined well against Middlesbrough last weekend and it will come as no surprise to see that they continue to add up well for the remainder of this season and beyond, with a young, fresh and very young man in the middle of the park. Essential face with Molumbi.

He could be a good addition to the long-term, with Yokuslu potentially having the fresh voice he needs as a potential substitute for Jake Livermore.

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However, he still needs to bring in a striker, as well as a left-back to provide competition for Conor Tossend’s spot and a central defender or two to cover for injuries. Having more center guards would also give Steve Bruce the option of playing three from behind at some point.