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How is Zain Westbrooke getting on ever since leaving Coventry City?

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Zain Westbrooke’s career upward trajectory has slowed down a little since he left Coventry City.

The talented central midfielder chipped in with four goals and five assists as the Sky Blues were crowned champions of the curtailed 2019/20 season in League One.

Following the promotion that summer, Bristol Rovers snapped him up on a three year deal for an undisclosed fee.

Westbrooke was a key figure in a very unsuccessful season for the Gas last term, Ben Garner, the man who recruited the 25-year-old, was sacked early on and replaced by Paul Tisdale who also swiftly exited before Joey Barton failed to pick up the pieces.

First team opportunities have been hard to come by this season despite being a dependable player last term and turning out for the club 48 times during tough periods. Joey Barton’s reign does not seem stable with some of his controversial actions off the pitch and towards the media, if their poor form persists Westbrooke could soon be under the tutelage of a fourth manager since his arrival in the summer of 2020.

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Rovers are in 16th place but are crucially just five points off of the top seven. Westbrooke got himself on the scoresheet on Wednesday evening in the Football League Trophy although only after the Gas had gone into half time 5-0 down at Exeter City. Barton’s Rovers are not looking stable at all at the minute, until some kind of positivity can be instilled at the Memorial Stadium Westbrooke’s future looks uncertain.


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