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Arsenal Legend Ian Wright Says He Understands Saido Berahino’s Frustration at West Brom

Arsenal Legend Ian Wright Says He Understands Saido Berahino’s Frustration at West Brom

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has said today he completely understands why Saido Berahino – who was substituted at half time during the 2-0 defeat to Crystal Palace today – wanted to leave West Brom in the summer.

The controversial forward tried to force his way out of the club before deadline day with a £25 million move to Tottenham on the brink, however, things weren’t to be and Berahino was left looking a bit Peter Odemwingie-ish as he returned to the Hawthorns still a West Brom player despite reportedly travelling to London.

Things then threatened to get ugly as the England under-21 international took to Twitter to claim that he would never play under West Brom owner, Jeremy Pearce again.

Following the close of deadline day Berahino Tweeted saying: “Sad how I can’t say exactly how the club has treated me but I can officially say I will never play [for] Jeremy Pearce.”

And former England striker, Wright, has said in an interview with BT Sport that “it doesn’t seem like much fun” for Berahino at Albion.

 

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