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[ENGLAND] West Bromwich Albion Data Issues

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Please post any data issues related to West Bromwich Albion here.

As much of the data is subjective we’d ask that you respect everyone’s opinion and accept that the final decision is that of our club researchers and our heads of research.

We also request you please adhere to the following three point plan when posting in the data topics:

·        State what you think is specifically wrong with a particular piece of data.                             

·        State what you think the data should be.                       

·        State reasons/proof for your suggested corrections/improvements.                      

Please note that any non-data issues for West Bromwich Albion should be posted in the appropriate thread within the League Specific Issues Forum. This would include issues such as league scheduling and league rules.

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Playing well in the Championship for two months doesn't make you a -9, or we'd have hundreds of them. Barnes has been considered, as has everyone, and it's pretty clear how his profile has been improved since FM18.

Barnes will develop into a very good player if managed properly in FM. 

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West Brom Coaching Staff

-Ross Ensor u-18 coach, he's actually a u-18 coach for wolves.

-The Adam Johnson data analyst one above also.

-Matthew Green fitness coach, also not at west brom anymore.

-James Ryder Chief data analyst, not with west brom anymore.

-Nathan Wharton u-23 physio not with west brom anymore.

-Carl Blackmore data analyst not with west brom anymore.

-Alex Scanlon u-23 data analyst not with west brom anymore.

-Nicky Hammond director not with west brom anymore.

the following below added/changed

-Alex Telford is a u-18 data analyst for west brom.

-Lee Marsh is a u-23 sports scientist for west brom.

-Matthew Layton is a u-18 coach not u-23.

-Gerard Moore is now the chief data analyst.

-we don't have 25,000 season ticket holders lucky to get that at a game :lol: more around the 18,000 mark.

- The Hawthorns capacity is 26,688 all seater not 26,445.

James Rodriguez is more of a second striker plays behind gayle and rondon last year.

and finally I'd love a job at fm haha.

Proof just my general knowledge of being an albion fan also help from linkedin & club website.

Edited by seandavies88

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Thanks very much for that. I have discussed these with the researcher. All updated for the release.

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Can I add Bakary Sako's playing position...

Was playing as a Striker at Palace and has been bought to WBA as a striker (started there Saturday).

Not his natural position but should be competent playing there.


Also Matt Phillips is starting the game as transfer listed... He has not been transfer listed at all this summer and the club were firm in saying he wasn't for sale.

Edited by danw1505

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West Brom first game of the season play in their 3rd kit at home against Bolton who are also in their home kit.  Seems rather strange and looking in to.  Don't have a screenshot or save to share but just start a new game with WBA and you will see it.  Also a few games later at home to QPR, both teams play in their home kit which is very confusing to know who is who???

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