The National League club announced on their official Twitter account on Thursday that Jameson, 19, has joined them on a half-season deal and is available to make his debut against Leyton Orient on Saturday.
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We are delighted to announce central defender Kyle Jameson has joined the club, on a half season loan deal from @WBA ????
— Barrow A.F.C. (@BarrowAFC) August 9, 2018
Jameson has never made a senior appearance for the Baggies, but was named on the bench by Alan Pardew for the Premier League defeat to Southampton in February.
West Brom signed Jameson from Chelsea last summer after a successful trial period but has so far failed to impress enough to warrant a spot in the first team. At the age of 19, a player with good potential should be playing higher up than in the National League so this could be a make or break loan spells for the former Chelsea teenager. He is only on loan at Barrow until January and his goal there should be to try and impress enough to gain interest from League Two or even League One. Jameson was ever-present for Albion’s Under-23s in Premier League 2 last season, but it was a disappointing campaign for the Black Country club’s development squad and that is not exactly a good sign about the current crop of youngsters coming through at The Hawthorns. Hopefully Jameson can make some major strides at Barrow and return in the winter a much better player.