West Brom: Fans have been discussing former defender Jonny Evans on social media

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Evans’ performance in Leicester City’s recent Premier League victory over Aston Villa has got some West Brom fans discussing their former player on social media. 

Evans successfully won two tackles and four aerials in the Foxes’ 4-0 win on Monday night. 

Furthermore, Evans also made one key pass in an all-round impressive display that earned him an overall rating of 7.44, according to, in this past Monday’s Premier League fixture. 

Prior to joining Leicester City, Evans spent a total of three seasons as a West Brom player, making a total of 96 appearances for the Baggies in all competitions according to 

The Northern Ireland international may have made a lasting impression on some Baggies fans during his time with the club, as some West Brom supporters have been swooning over their former defender on social media following his impressive defensive performance versus Aston Villa on Monday, with some expressing regret that their club “let him go for so little”.

Read the recent posts from some Baggies supporters discussing Evans following Monday’s Premier League fixture in the tweets below.

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Evans, who is valued at £13.5 million (as per Transfermarkt), has been an important player for a Leicester City side currently sitting in third place in the Premier League this season. The Northern Irish defender is one of only two players to have appeared in all 29 of The Foxes’ Premier League games so far during the 2019/20 campaign, along with goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel. 

Furthermore, Evans has also impressively started in all 29 of Leicester’s Premier League games so far this season. Considering the important role Evans has played for third-placed Leicester City this season, it may be understandable why some West Brom fans have shown regret at selling the defender for just £3.60 million, a lower fee than the £7.47 million they had originally paid to sign Evans.

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