New West Bromwich Albion assistant manager Rob Kelly says Alan Irvine is willing to give their young talent a chance.
Kelly feels Irvineâ€™s experience of working with youngsters, having come to the club from Evertonâ€™s academy, can only help encourage them.
â€śWest Bromwich Albion have always been a club that if theyâ€™re good enough theyâ€™ll get an opportunity,â€ť said the Albion joint No.2.
â€śThere are good senior players, some players who have had success here and done well.
â€śWe want to keep the core of senior players but everyone likes a young one coming through especially if they come through the system.
â€śIf theyâ€™re good enough and work hard enough and impress then they will be given a chance. Supporters, staff, other players â€“ everyone knows itâ€™s good if you can bring one of your own through.â€ť
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