‘Jamie Vardy-like’ effect at The Hawthorns is still possible, according to West Brom winger
Rayhaan Tulloch is looking to make his impact at West Brom late by drawing inspiration from Jamie Vardy.
Since he was nine years old, the 22-year-old has been a player for Albion, and in January 2019, he made his senior debut.
He has only played for the Baggies in six more games overall, and he is currently on loan at League Two’s Bradford City.
every compTulloch nevertheless expresses optimism that he will have a role at The Hawthorns, telling the Telegraph & Argus [12 September]: “There’s always time, isn’t there?
Just consider Jamie Vardy and what he has accomplished. In football, anything is possible.
Who knows? You could have one strong season and win the championship.
Ulloch, who will be 23 by the time he returns to West Brom, is no longer a young man; however, neither was Vardy when he first started to gain notoriety.
Having just completed his fourth loan assignment outside of the West Midlands, it appears likely that his
The long-term future is elsewhere.
Indeed, he might have already played his final game for West Brom given that his contract is set to expire at the end of the current campaign.
However, as Tulloch correctly notes, a successful season on loan with Bradford and his career might take a different turn. His two substitute outings in the fourth tier this season are a far cry from his time playing for England’s U18 team alongside Tommy Doyle and Jacob Ramsey.
Tulloch should be able to avoid injuries this season and stand out for Bradford.
Even if he doesn’t have a bright future at West Brom, it would still be good to see one of the team’s members succeed anywhere.
Other West Brom news includes midfielder John Swift sharing “the worst thing” about the team’s loss to Huddersfield Town before to the break.