Players and pundits choose Albion Team of the Decade!

Here it is – our Albion team of the decade as voted by more than 40 former players and members of the media who have covered the club during the last ten years.

By Bruce Talbot • 14 January 2020

By Paul Hazlewood
Albion skipper Lewis Dunk thanks the fans.

Only one member of the team – current captain Lewis Dunk – was chosen by everyone who was polled, although Bruno (92%) and striker Glenn Murray (87%) were also extremely popular choices.

Goalkeeper Maty Ryan (62%) is one four members of the current squad who were selected with Shane Duffy (47%) alongside Dunk, Bruno at right-back (92%) and Wayne Bridge at left-back. The former England player spent the 2012/13 season on loan with the club from Manchester City and made more than 40 appearances. He was a popular choice with 72% of the votes.

Alongside Stephens in central midfield is Liam Bridcutt while Vicente and Anthony Knockaert, with 69% and 67% respectively, were popular choices on the wings. 

Zamora was a prolific scorer for Albion at the start of the century but he made a nostalgic return to the club for the 2015/16 season when he scored seven times in the Championship. He picked up 49% of the votes.

The rest of the squad, who all received votes, was: David Stockdale (31%), Davy Propper (28%), Ashley Barnes (26%), Leo Ulloa (26%), Gordon Greer (23%), Matthew Upson (23%), Pascal Gross (21%), Inigo Calderon (18%), Steve Sidwell (18%), Andrew Crofts (15%), Elliott Bennett (13%), Aaron Mooy (13%), Will Buckley (10%) and David Lopez (10%).

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