Robert Snodgrass

Robert Snodgrass claims Scotland missed a trick by leaving out Celtic striker

Robert Snodgrass reckons Scotland should’ve called up Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths. The debate over the Bhoys striker has been a fixture after Steve Clarke’s squad announcement. 6 Celtic stars will make Scotland’s first major tournament since 1998. Not Griffiths, however. The former Wolves marksman has struggled with fitness and form...
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West Brom feared Robert Snodgrass transfer would COLLAPSE if they didn't agree to drop him against West Ham, as FA consider launching their own investigation once the Premier League conclude enquiries

West Bromwich Albion feared their swoop for West Ham’s Robert Snodgrass would collapse if they did not agree to drop him for the subsequent match against David Moyes’s side. The deal that took the Scotland midfielder, 33, to the Hawthorns is under investigation by the Premier League after West Brom...

Robert Snodgrass: Why Sam Allardyce quotes could be the key factor in Premier League’s transfer investigation

A rule-breaking agreement between clubs can be hard to prove – unless, of course, someone admits to it on live television…. The Premier League will write to West Bromwich Albion and West Ham this week to ascertain details of the agreement to transfer Robert Snodgrass between the two clubs, after the Baggies’ manager Sam Allardyce appeared to admit to a rule breach on live television.

Why didn’t Robert Snodgrass play against West Ham? Premier League investigates West Brom winger’s omission

Sam Allardyce says West Brom agreed the winger would not play in January’s meeting with West Ham after joining from the Hammers earlier this month. The Premier League is looking into how an “agreement” prompted West Brom to omit Robert Snodgrass from their matchday squad against West Ham, the club they signed the winger from earlier this month.
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Robert Snodgrass delighted with West Brom move: I'm up for fight

Former West Ham midfielder Robert Snodgrass is delighted with his move to West Brom. Snodgrass became Sam Allardyce's first signing since taking charge at The Hawthorns, and the Scot is ready to play his part in the Baggies' survival bid. “I'm up for the fight, I'm up for the challenge,"...