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Price per Head: McAuley very happy with Amalfitano’s start at West Brom
By Andrew Scott Wednesday, 16 October 2013 11:48
Gareth McAuley, West Brom defender who is very famous with price per head services all over the world, praised new addition Morgan Amalfitano after his starting at the Hawthorns.
Price per head services saw that the player joined the Midlands side on loan from Marseille days before the closing of the transfer window, and already made an impact, as he scored twice in four Premier League starts.
The 28-year-old’s fine individual form helped inspire an upturn in the team’s performances and West Brom are undefeated in four league matches after starting the new campaign in an unstable manner.
McAuley, who was with the club since 2011, is delighted with the way that the Frenchman settled in, and believes that his parent club Marseille are missing out, and price per head services were also very happy with what they saw.
“He (Amalfitano) is some player,” McAuley told the club’s official website. “I don’t know who plays on the right of midfield for Marseille but he must be decent.
“He mixes it up and he does a great job for us without the ball as well, which some people might not see but we certainly do as players.”
The 33-year-old and pay per head services also praised midfielder Claudio Yacob, who last Sunday opened his season’s account in a 1-1 draw with table-toppers Arsenal.
“He is our defensive midfield lynchpin,” added the centre-half. “He doesn’t get forward much but in training he scores goals and he’s actually a really good header of a ball, which he showed with his finish on Sunday.
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“I would never say he wasn’t in form but he certainly has been breaking a lot of things up for us in the last two games and the goal against Arsenal will be in forefront of people’s thoughts.
Price per head services saw a great performance from Amalfitano, and are very eager to see how the player continues to perform for his new club.