A number of West Brom supporters have been left infuriated with the Baggies squad after one image summed up their performance against Blackpool in the FA Cup on Saturday.
The Premier League strugglers were left embarrassed as they were knocked out at the third-round stage following a penalty shoot-out at Bloomfield Road.
The League One outfit more than held their own as they took the Baggies all the way to penalties.
Jerry Yates gave the hosts the lead before Semi Ajayi once again found himself on the scoresheet for the Baggies to equalise.
Gary Madine put Blackpool back in front just after the hour mark and it required a late Matheus Pereira penalty to take the game into extra time.
The penalties during the shoot-out were not much better for the Baggies, with Kyle Edwards, Darnell Furlong and Pereira all failing to convert from the spot, as Blackpool goalkeeper Chris Maxwell stole the show late on.
It was a disappointing new low for West Brom this season, who have shown no signs of improvement since Sam Allardyce came into the club.
With a cup run now out of the question, attention now turns to the club’s Premier League safety.
However, these supporters on social media were left furious after the game and accused many of the players of lacking any kind of team spirit after seeing the image below.
If one photo could sum up this season… pic.twitter.com/RNk6c0Zvac
— WBA Report (@WBAReport) January 9, 2021
Here is what they said:
Couldn't stand any further apart if they tried…no team spirit or unity..the club has lost it's way and is rotten to the core..
— GRR (@Elvis2008G) January 10, 2021
We are basically a gravy train for the most unprofessional team of footballers I can remember. Even in our dark days of Gould, Buckley etc at least the players put a shift in. Very telling that none of our players ever break a sweat. No excuse for lack of effort. #WBA
— ⚽️JohnTheBagtist 🌹 (@JohnTheBagtist) January 10, 2021
Yeah not looking at each other just like when they pass the ball. Load of individuals- no team. Expect everyone else to be where they want them to be.
— Caroline Lee (@Eeloor) January 9, 2021
No team moral – No team unity nothing all stood apart looking like they don’t know each other that’s not a team
— Baggie_Veteran_ (@Veteran_Baggie) January 9, 2021
I don’t think they realised what happened until it happened, that’s the problem, very lethargic
— Arjun SK (@ArjunKang5) January 9, 2021
Look like young kids stood at the bus stop not a care in the world worse side in 15 20 years
— David stubbs (@stubbo22_) January 10, 2021
No togetherness. No linking of arms. No team spirit.
— lee ellis (@leeelli25327578) January 9, 2021
Not a lot of togetherness is there??🙄
— neil atkins (@neilatkins2) January 10, 2021
In other West Brom news, Allardyce confirms that Baggies defender picked up a fresh injury in FA Cup defeat v Blackpool