We revealed yesterday that Sakiri could be on his way and so it was no surprise when he was named in the starting line up at the Interlink last night where he played all but the last six minutes of the friendly against Accrington Stanley.
He’s perhaps best known in this country for his goal against
For Burnley fans there is the painful memory of that stunning strike at the Hawthorns that brought West Brom level after we had gone in front through Robbie Blake in a game we eventually lost 4-1. It was though to be his only goal for the Baggies.
He didn’t win a regular place in the side and over the two seasons he’s been with them has started just eight league games with twenty more substitute appearances. His two Premiership starts last season came against Arsenal and Manchester United.
Recently he has been training with
Steve Cotterill said last night, “From what I can gather he couldn’t agree terms with
There’s no indication yet as to whether he will be available for the game against