STEFAN JOHANSEN’S move from Fulham to West Brom went under the radar somewhat in the January window with the Norweigan moving out on-loan on deadline day.
The former Celtic player is now back in the Championship with Birmingham club and looking to help them gain promotion to the Premier League.
Johansen made his debut for West Brom away to Stoke at the weekend and put in a good performance for his loan side as they managed a 1-0 win.
Tonight during his home debut, however, the player got off to the worst possible start in front of the West Brom fans by scoring his first goal at the Hawthorns…for the opposition.
The player’s blushes were saved when in the final minutes of the game West Brom scored fro the spot to make it 2-2 on the night against Martin O’Neill’s Nottingham Forest.
Stefan Johansen spent two and a half seasons at Celtic, signing from Stromgodset by Neil Lennon and predominantly played under Ronny Deila.
When Brendan Rodgers joined Celtic the player expressed his wish to move on and was sold to Fulham shortly after.