West Brom boss explain why Nathaniel Chalobah now named as ‘undroppable’ at West Brom

Nathaniel Chalobah’s recent performances have made him an indispensable part of Carlos Corberan’s West Brom team, according to Joe Chapman. Despite initially being on the fringes of the squad, Chalobah has impressed with his rare start against Plymouth Argyle and an excellent display against QPR, where he provided an assist for Grady Diangana’s goal. This has solidified his position as a key player for West Brom, with Chapman suggesting that he has become “undroppable.”

Chalobah, who previously struggled to establish himself at Albion, has now become a prominent figure, especially in the Chalobah-Mowatt midfield partnership, which many West Brom supporters prefer. Corberan’s ability to generate healthy competition within his squad has led to options such as leaving out Okay Yokuslu or Jayson Molumby, which was unthinkable before.

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Chalobah’s transformation into an essential player showcases Corberan’s ability to get the best out of his team. Corberan’s management has been highly praised, as he has turned West Brom into a formidable force in the Championship, despite limited resources. Chalobah’s recent performances are evidence of this turnaround, and it is crucial to have a deep squad in the competitive Championship.

While it’s likely that Chalobah will start against Coventry City, the grueling Championship schedule means that no player can be considered entirely “undroppable” over a 46-game campaign. Nevertheless, Chalobah’s recent form is a testament to Corberan’s success in making the most of his players and creating a competitive team.

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