Jack Grealish chants about West Brom while on duty with England
Aston Villa star Jack Grealish has been mocking West Brom while on international duty with England.
Dave Chall, who works as Baggie Bird at The Hawthorns, paid tribute to Grealish, 25, on Twitter after England’s Euro 2020 semi-final win over Denmark.
However, he told the Villa captain to stop singing “[swear] the Albion” at England’s West Brom-mad kitman Pat Frost.
When asked if that’s true, Frost responded and suggested that Grealish had been singing about the Baggies throughout the European Championships this summer.
“He gives it me and I certainly give it him,” said the former Albion kitman.
“He’s a great bloke, by the way.”
We’ll forgive him if he brings it home
What has the European Championships done to us?
We doubt there has been one West Brom fan who’s not been begging Gareth Southgate to introduce Jack Grealish off the bench at the Euros this summer.
Although his time on the pitch was short-lived on Wednesday night as England won 2-1 after extra time against Denmark to book themselves a spot in the final, Grealish’s impact at this tournament has been tremendous.
Not only has he been great on the pitch and proved absolutely vital in the 2-0 win over Germany in the round of 16 but he has also been quite fun to listen to and to watch during interviews.
He’s a popular lad and rightly so.
We’re no longer refusing to admit it – but Jack is a superb talent and clearly a great lad to have around the team.
If he can help England bring football home on Sunday night against Italy then he can sing whatever he wants about West Brom for the rest of his life.
In other West Brom news, Valerien Ishmael has shared a brilliant tweet after he met Tony Brown and Chris Brunt at The Hawthorns.