West Brom 5-5 Manchester United: where are both starting XI’s now?

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West Brom

Ben Foster – Watford

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Stayed at West Brom until 2018 before moving to his former club Watford where he remains today.

Jonas Olsson – Retired

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Left West Brom for Djurgårdens IF in 2017. Joined Wigan in 2019 before retiring from the game.

Liam Ridgewell – Retired

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Left West Brom for the MLS and Portland Timbers in 2014. Spells at Wigan, Brighton, Hull and Southend followed before retirement.

Gareth McAuley – Retired

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Left West Brom in 2019 and ended his career at Rangers.

Billy Jones – Rotherham

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Left West Brom in 2014 for Sunderland. Now at Rotherham in the Championship.

Claudio Yacob – Nacional

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Left West Brom for Nottingham Forest in 2018. Two years at Forest ended in the summer with a move to Uruguayan side Nacional.

James Morrison – Retired

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Stayed at West Brom until 2019. Played for Scotland 46 times.

Chris Brunt – Bristol City

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Left West Brom this summer to join Bristol City on a one year deal.

Graham Dorrans – Western Sydney Warriors

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Left the baggies in 2015 and has since played for Norwich, Rangers, Dundee and is currently at Western Syndey Warriors

Youssouf Mulumbu – Kilmarnock

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Another who left the baggies in 2015 for Norwich. Since leaving Norwich he has played for Kilmarnock and Celtic. Now in his second spell at Rugby Park.

Shane Long – Southampton

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Moved to Hull in 2014 and after an impressive spell on Humberside, he made the move to Southampton. He’s still there today.

Manager: Steve Clarke – Scotland

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Since leaving West Brom in 2013, Clarke has managed Reading and Kilmarnock. He was also assistant to Roberto Di Matteo at Aston Villa. Currently the Scotland national team manager and has led the National to a major tournament for the first time in 22 years.

Manchester United

Anders Lindegaard – Helsingborg

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Spells in England at West Brom, Preston and Burnley followed United before moving to Sweden.

Phil Jones – Manchester United

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Remarkably still at Manchester United…

Jonny Evans – Leicester

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Left United for West Brom before making the move to Leicester.

Luis Antonio Valencia – Querétaro

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Became club captain and stayed at the club before retiring to Ecuador with LDU Quito.

Alexander Büttner – New England Revolution

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Spells in Russia, Belgium, the Netherlands and now the US followed United.

Anderson – Adana Demirspor (Assistant Manager)

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Spells in Italy, Turkey and Brazil followed Old Trafford.

Michael Carrick – Manchester United (1st Team coach)

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Retirement, a testimonial and now a member of the coaching staff at Old Trafford.

Shinji Kagawa – Free Agent

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A return to Dortmund, a spell in Turkey and most recently Spain for Shinji.

Tom Cleverley – Watford

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Watford is his current club following spells at Everton and Aston Villa.

Robin van Persie – Retired

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Fenerbache and Feyenoord followed his United spell.

Chicharito – LA Galaxy

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Real Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen, West Ham Sevilla and LA have followed United.

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson (Retired)

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Retirement followed this game and Ferguson stills follows United home and away when he can.

Published by Callum McFadden

Football CFB founder. Freelance football writer & broadcaster - Enquiries: footballcfb@gmail.com

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