Tyrell Robinson has joined Watford on trial.

  • Robinson was originally a winger but was played in defence for Arsenal
  • Previously held trials with QPR, West Ham and West Brom
  • The 19-year-old has scored during his trial with Watford

The former Arsenal youth player has joined the Hornets after being released from the Gunners two months ago.

Robinson became unhappy with being played in defence with the Young Guns since he’s naturally a winger. He went on to have unsuccessful trials with QPR, West Ham and West Brom.

“He trained well and acquitted himself well in the games,” West Brom academy coach, Mark Harrison, said.

“He worked really hard and showed a good attitude.

“But sometimes you need to look at your own players and who is ahead of them in the system.”

The 19-year-old has scored for Watford’s u23s against Nottingham Forest and Bolton but featured as an un-named trailist.

Robinson made four FA Youth Cup appearances for Arsenal’s u18s in 2015/16, scoring and assisting once, and just one appearance for Arsenal in Premier League 2; two for the Baggies. However, he did score for West Brom’s u23s against Fulham during their 2-1 win.

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