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The West Brom youngsters who will be eyeing a breakthrough season in 22/23



West Brom have looked much better and brighter under Steve Bruce and have finally found goals and wins again under their new manager.

With Valerien Ismael in charge, the Baggies had begun to struggle and toil – the goals dried up, as did the results and ultimately paid for it with his job.

Now, Bruce has managed to get some more points on the board and has steadied the ship in the Championship. With an eye on next season now – although a play-off place isn’t a million miles away – there could be a few youngsters who get the chance to shine next year.

There are certainly a few talents coming up through the ranks and here are some who could have more of an impact for the Baggies next season.

Rayhaan Tulloch

The 21-year-old has already featured on seven occasions for West Brom in his career so far and it shows that he is already on the radar and is already highly-regarded at the club.

For the side’s Under-23 and Under-18 sides, he has really flourished and stood out as one of the best of the lot. He has an astonishing 30 goal contributions in 38 games for the latter team and has 27 in 59 for the former one.

It’s a solid return and after a loan spell with Doncaster too – where he bagged an assist despite playing only twice – he has already been exposed to EFL football. Now, with the player into his twenties, he could find himself used in rotation and used a lot more at the Hawthorns going forward.

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Tom Fellows

A player who is even younger but already having a mark on the West Brom first-team is Tom Fellows.

The 18-year-old, like Tulloch, has already featured for the Baggies in the Championship on six occasions and is clearly at the forefront of his manager and the club’s mind when it comes to regular action. That’s despite still being a teenager and shows the potential they must view him to have.

He’s certainly looked sharp in the reserves and despite playing in the Under-18 side as a midfielder, he already has 21 goal contributions in 35 games. It’s led to a first-team call up and a move up to the Under-23 side as well, where he hasn’t looked out of place.

He represents a player with the ability to continue to thrive despite his youth and has the potential to become an important member of the West Brom first-team next season and beyond too.

Writer for Football League World.

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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