West Brom fans on Darren Moore’s comments about playing out from the back

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West Brom’s sensational 3-2 win over Queens Park Rangers this week left them in fourth place and right in the title race – they are just three points shy of leaders Norwich City – with Jake Livermore’s injury-time winner ensuring the Baggies took all three points back to The Hawthorns.

The B71 outfit might have been relegated from the Premier League last season but they have come a long way since then – Darren Moore has introduced an exciting brand of football that is clearly working for the Baggies who, in previous campaigns in the top flight, had garnered a reputation for being a physical, visually unappealing side.

Moore has experimented with a number of different formations in his attempts to find the perfect formula, but each of these has shared an insistence on building up attacks from the back, which has, at times, cost his side as their opponents press and force errors.

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Equally though, the high-risk high-reward approach has won his side games that they surely wouldn’t have done had they not played in such a way.

Moore certainly has no intention of changing his team’s style, regardless of the mistakes sometimes born from it. The 44-year-old said, via The Birmingham Mail:

“It’s how we want to play. Unfortunately when you want to play the game, which I feel is in the right way, you’re going to get these hiccups and bumps in the road.

“We don’t want them (mistakes), but this way of playing has made us the leading scorers in the division.”

Here’s how the West Brom faithful reacted to Moore’s firm stance on Twitter….