Boss refusing to comment on striker’s return to West Brom

Uwe Rosler is remaining tight-lipped over Saido Berahino’s return to West Bromwich Albion following his loan spell at Brentford.

The striker made a great start to life at Griffin Park and scored four goals in eight appearances, but his time at the club was cut short this week.

He was recently dropped by Bees boss Rosler for venting his fury on Twittter after being taken off during a defeat against Leyton Orient.

Rosler said: “We and West Brom made a statement that he went back for personal reasons. Personal reasons can be different things. I respect that.

“I will only comment on Brentford players. Saido is no longer a Brentford player, so I think [only] West Brom should comment on the issue.”

See also:
Striker Berahino returns to Albion
Berahino helps Bees destroy Carlisle
Berahino delivers again for Brentford
Berahino targets play-offs with Brentford
What next for Brentford after their mad March?

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