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HYS: Is West Bromwich Albion’s attack better than 2007-08 season?

The main objective for West Bromwich Albion this season is to achieve promotion back to the Premier League.

The Baggies were dumped into the Championship by the end of the 2017-18 campaign following a dismal campaign.

At the moment, Darren Moore’s side sit fifth in the table, five points adrift of top spot following last weekend’s victory over Leeds United.

The stars of the campaign so far for West Brom has been the attacking trio of Dwight Gayle, Jay Rodriguez and Harvey Barnes, who joined the club on loan from Leicester City in the summer.

The team as a whole have scored 37 goals in 17 games, and their form has drawn comparisons with the Baggies’ 2007-08 side that earned promotion to the top flight.

In an interview with The Telegraph, James Morrison suggested that the current team possess similar attributes to their previous attack from more than 10 years ago.

Roman Bednar, Kevin Phillips and Ishmail Miller were pivotal parts of West Brom’s success that year, while Craig Beattie and Luke Moore also contributed with goals.

So, what do you think? Does Moore have a better attacking side?

Let us know by voting below.

Article title: HYS: Is West Bromwich Albion’s attack better than 2007-08 season?

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