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Victor Anichebe | Forward

Team: West Bromwich Albion
Age / DOB:  (26) / 4/23/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 176

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Victor Anichebe's status for this Saturday's match with Everton is unclear as his hernia injury is still being assessed.
Everton have let in a lot of goals (10 in 3 matches) but Victor Anichebe is probably not the way to get in on Everton's shaky defense as his participation is uncertain due to his injury. Also uncertain is how Anichebe fits into the line-up when both he and Ideye Brown are healthy. Since the two being healthy and fit at the same time has yet to happen in the league, we'll have to see what Alan Irvine decides to do. Most likely Anichebe will be Brown's deputy. Sep 12 - 11:20 AM
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Mixed team news ahead of Tuesday’s Capital One Cup match as Alan Irvine has included James Morrison and Christian Gamboa in the squad to face Oxford United with Victor Anichebe and Sebastien Pocognoli missing out.

Encouraging updates from the Baggies manager as James Morrison has returned quicker than expected following his summer surgery to address a knee problem while new signing Christian Gamboa will get a chance to improve his match-fitness although a return to the Premier League won’t be likely until after the international break. However West Brom forward Victor Anichebe (groin) and Sebastien Pocognoli (thigh) are not fit after the duo suffered respective muscular problems during the draw with Southampton. The club are hopeful the pair will be available to travel to the Liberty Stadium on Saturday to face Garry Monk’s Swansea City side.
Aug 26 - 11:11 AM

Victor Anichebe has been struggling with a hamstring injury but seems to be 50/50 or better to be ready for West Brom's Week 33 match at Norwich City

Victor Anichebe has split his time evenly this season between not playing at all, starting and coming off the bench in his first season at West Brom. The first half of his season was a bit of a disaster and then he missed six weeks between early December and mid-January but since the 1-1 draw with Liverpool where he secured a point for the home side he has scored 2 goals and provided 2 assists in four starts and three substitute appearances. His presence against Norwich would be a significant boost to the Baggies' hopes of picking up ground in the relegation battle.
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Apr 3 - 4:01 PM

West Brom striker Victor Anichebe saved the day on Tuesday with his 87th minute equalizer against Chelsea.

For the second time in the last two matches Anichebe has been subbed on in the second half to help his team earn a point against a top-class opponent. On February 2 he came on for the last 27 minutes against Liverpool and scored a goal to help secure a 1-1 draw at home. On Tuesday his performance was just as spectacular. West Brom are still barely hovering above Sunderland and the relegation zone at the moment, but with a positive result and an upcoming fixture against Fulham at home, things are looking up.
Source: NBC Sports
Feb 12 - 12:43 AM

Victor Anichebe made his first goal for West Bromwich Albion a memorable one, coming on as a substitute in the second half and promptly scoring the goal that would level the match with Liverpool in an exciting 1-1 contest.

With Nicolas Anelka out injured and Shane Long off to Hull City, the seldom used Anichebe got a rare crack at some pitch time and made the most of it. WIth Liverpool in possession deep in their own territory, Kolo Toure made a wayward pass that Anichebe was able to intercept easily and finished strong in the bottom left corner of the net. The defense played admirably, especially given a first half injury to Jonas Olsson that saw him forced into an early exit. Zoltan Gera was also solid in attack, seemingly at the center of every chance for the Baggies with the exception of the Anichebe goal.
Feb 2 - 10:32 AM

West Brom forward Victor Anichebe has been listed as a doubt with an illness in the Week 16 team news.

The former Everton man hasn't done a great deal to justify his move to the Hawthorns and that seems likely to continue in Week 16 as he is listed as doubtful due to an illness. Nicholas Anelka has returned to fitness and may be in line for any minutes that Anichebe would have seen if healthy. With Cardiff a fairly stout defense at home it is hard to imagine either Baggies forward being worth a spot in your fantasy line-up.
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Fri, Dec 13, 2013 10:52:00 AM

West Bromwich Albion remade their attack in the late hours Monday with moves for Stephane Sessegnon and Victor Anichebe.

The Baggies have attempted to replace quality, in the form of Romelu Lukaku, with quantity this summer with the additions of Nicholas Anelka, Matej Vydra, Scott Sinclair, Sessegnon, and Anichebe to the now-upset Shane Long who expected to head out the exit door to Hull. Long's move was shut down at the last minute with Steve Clarke uncertain whether his move for Lukaku or Anichebe would end up coming through. Exactly where this leaves Clarke's preferred attacking group is anyone's guess.
Tue, Sep 3, 2013 09:00:00 AM