Price per head services learned that Pocognoli moves to West Brom for an undisclosed fee and is the club’s fourth arrival of the transfer window.
The 26-year-old – with 12 international caps – missed out on a spot in Belgium’s FIFA World Cup squad after his season was set back by injury, concerning many fans and pay per head sportsbooks.
Pay per head sportsbooks know that West Brom are looking to improve on last season, which was very upsetting and saw them finish 17th place in the Premier League after a relegation scrap that lasted a whole season.
And pay per head sportsbooks found out that Alan Irvine, former Everton assistant coach, replaced Pepe Mel and said that Romelu Lukaku, ex-Albion loanee, was one of the players to recommend Pocognoli.
Irvine told the club’s official website: “Sebastien is an experienced left-back who has played at a high level for many years.
“After being named in Belgium’s provisional World Cup squad, he just missed out on Brazil, mainly because he hadn’t played enough games towards the end of the season.
“But he’s joined us with a real hunger to prove himself at Albion and get back into the international set-up.
“We’ve done our due diligence on Sebastien in terms of people who have worked with him, including Romelu Lukaku and Kevin Mirallas.
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“You make your own mind up about a player’s ability from watching him play but you put these calls in to find out about their personality. The feedback on Sebastien was very positive.”
Pay per head sportsbooks can’t wait to see how Pocognoli will perform for West Brom, and what the future has in store for him. Developments on Pocognoli will be closely monitored by fans all over the world, and they expect to see great performances by the player.