Snodgrass swaps Hammers for Baggies

Former Scotland international midfielder, Robert Snodgrass has left West Ham United to join Premier League rivals West Bromwich Albion on an eighteen-month deal.

The popular 33-year-old has seen his game-time limited under David Moyes – starting just six times this season, netting in Carabao Cup ties with Hull City and Everton.

Snodgrass initially linked up with the Hammers from Hull in January 2017 and has made 86 appearances for the East Londoners either side of a successful loan spell with Aston Villa.

The Glasgow-born player can also name Norwich City, Leeds United, Stirling Albion and Livingston amongst the clubs he has represented as well as gaining 28 Scottish caps – scoring seven times.


Brian Jeeves

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