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Profile of the Scottish footballer James Morrison, who currently plays as a midfielder at West Brom. The 30-year old player Morrison joined West Brom from and wears the number 7 shirt.

James Morrison
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        (Squad number 7)

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James Morrison Career
2007–West Bromwich Albion237(25)

2002–2003England U176(0)
2004England U182(0)
2004–2005England U198(0)
2005England U201(0)

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James Morrison : West Brom News
“But conceding twice and losing in penalties really angered Pulis, who saw James Morrison and much-maligned striker Pulis is 22W-23D-25L as West Brom’s manager, but has done well on the whole with the club.”
 NBC Sports 3 days ago
“The Cobblers led through Zander Diamond and though West Brom went ahead after strikes from James McClean Saido Berahino missed from 12 yards and James Morrison's effort was saved, allowing Kenji Gorre to convert and eliminate the Baggies.”
 The Independent 3 days ago
“West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis blamed missed chances rather than missed penalties for his side’s agonising EFL Cup defeat to Northampton Town at Sixfields.”
 Birmingham Mail 3 days ago
“James Morrison also had a kick saved as the Cobblers won 4-3 on Goals from James McClean just before half-time and Gareth McAuley just after had put West Brom 2-1 up after Zander Diamond’s opener for the hosts.”
 Daily Star 3 days ago
“After Matty Phillips and Alex Revell scored, West Brom’s James Morrison missed the Baggies’ fifth spot-kick, and that was the cue for Gorre to step up and score, putting Northampton into Round 3 at their PL opponents’ expense.”
 citiblog.co.uk 3 days ago
“Saido Berahino and James Morrison missed from 12 yards for West Brom, with Kenji Gorre stepping up to convert his kick and book a third round place for the underdogs.”
 YAHOO Sports 3 days ago
“Saido Berahino and James Morrison missed from 12 yards for West Brom, with Kenji Gorre stepping up to convert his kick and book a third round place for the underdogs.”
 YAHOO Sports 3 days ago
“The League One side extended their unbeaten run to 26 games as former Cobblers loanee Berahino blazed wide in the shoot-out and keeper Adam Smith saved from James Morrison Galloway marked his debut for West Brom with a fine clearance off the line”
 The Daily Express 3 days ago
“Tonight's EFL Cup tie with Northampton Town gifted West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis the ideal opportunity to give James Morrison some game time. The Baggies favourite hasn't started a match since the 2-2 draw with Chelsea back in January.”
 Birmingham Mail 4 days ago
“West Brom's Saido Berahino (right) and Northampton's Jak McCourt battle for the ball during the EFL Cup, Second Round match at the Sixfields Stadium. One win and one loss reads Albion's 2016/17 record in its embryonic stages ahead of their trip to Sixfields.”
 Birmingham Mail 4 days ago
James Morrison Career Honours
  • FA Youth Cup: 2004; Finalists 2003
  • UEFA Cup Finalists: 2006
  • Football League Championship: 2007–2008
  • Football League Championship Runners-up: 2009–2010
  • West Bromwich Albion Player of the Year: 2014–15

    Source: wikipedia.org

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