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Alex Pritchard | Forward

Team: West Bromwich Albion
Age / DOB:  (22) / 5/3/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'0" / 170

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West Brom's recent scoring woes only seemed to continue in the Northeast in a 1-0 loss at Newcastle, leaving Tony Pulis and the Baggies scrambling for answers up top.
For the second time in the past three Premier League matches, West Brom failed to record a shot on goal despite taking seven shots. Pulis decided to meddle with the lineup once again, starting Victor Anichebe at forward while putting Craig Gardner on the wing. But both were pulled by the end of the match with Saido Berahino emerging from his exile for a full half of action while Alex Pritchard, who nearly scored in the final 10 minutes off a free-kick, made his debut for the club since arriving on loan from Spurs last week. But the Baggies are dropping fast after their Premier League winless streak extended to five, putting them just six points clear of the relegation zone in 14th. Feb 6 - 12:32 PM
Source: NBC Sports

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Tottenham have loaned young winger Alex Pritchard to West Bromwich Albion for the remainder of the season.

It is interesting that Spurs are willing to do business with the Baggies after attempts in two separate windows to land Saido Berahino have been dangled but West Brom refuse to strike a deal. The 22-year-old Pritchard has made only one league appearance this season for Tottenham, a six minute cameo against Everton back in Week 4. He is still coming back from an ankle injury that has sidelined him for a while but the latest reports have him being ready for action soon. West Brom are always looking for someone to help in the goal department, so Pritchard should be given a shot a pitch time at some point, but he is not someone to rush out and pick up in any fantasy formats.
Source: Sky Sports
Feb 1 - 6:08 AM

Tottenham have confirmed that Alex Pritchard has been ruled out until 2016 after undergoing surgery to cure a troublesome ankle problem.

Pritchard picked up the original injury while representing his country at the Under-21 European Championships [last summer] and although the midfielder returned in August he managed just five minutes of Premier League football. Sidelined since early September and despite the clubs’ best efforts to remedy a continued [niggling] ankle issue the decision was taken for Pritchard to go under the knife. It is envisioned that youngster will return to training in around three months. On a more positive note Heung-Min Son, Ryan Mason and Nabil Bentaleb are all expected to re-join the group next week although Pochettino will assess the trio ahead of the Liverpool game as they all lack match-fitness.
Sat, Oct 10, 2015 11:00:00 AM

Alex Pritchard will return to Tottenham for further treatment after picking up an ankle injury while representing England at the Under-21 European Championships.

Pritchard limped off during the Group B victory over Sweden on Sunday following a heavy challenge and scans on Monday confirmed the Spurs midfielder had sustained ligament damage although the full extent of the problem is still not known. Pochettino had confirmed prior to the tournament that he wants Pritchard to be a part of his first team plans after the 22 year-old enjoyed a successful spell on-loan at Brentford last season. Pritchard is the second England player to be ruled because of injury joining Saido Berahino who returned to West Brom because of a knee ligament issue.
Source: UEFA.com
Tue, Jun 23, 2015 06:04:00 AM