A club photo of Adam Reach in the 2023/24 home kit
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Adam Reach became the Baggies' fourth summer signing during the 2021/22 summer window off the back of seven consecutive seasons of Championship football. 

The left-sided midfielder has a wealth of experience in England's second tier and added over 300 Championship appearances to Albion's squad. Adam's first term in the Black Country saw him deployed down the left wing, wing-back, in central midfield and even at centre-back, as he racked up 36 appearances and scored two goals. 

His maiden Albion outing came off the bench against Sheffield United in August 2021, while his first goal gained the Baggies a point against Bristol City at Ashton Gate in March 2022.

After rising through the ranks at Middlesbrough, Reach made the perfect introduction to the ‘Boro faithful on his senior debut for the club - netting in their final game of the 2010/11 campaign, a 3-0 win over Doncaster Rovers. 

Adam experienced loan stints at Darlington, Bradford and Shrewsbury before his first full season of first-team football at the Riverside Stadium during the 2014/15 season, in which he helped the Teeside outfit reach the play-off final. 

Reach was loaned to newly-promoted Preston in 2015, before finding a new lease of life at Sheffield Wednesday in August 2016. 

He helped Carlos Carvalhal’s side better their recent sixth-placed finish as they ended the 2016/17 campaign in fourth place. Reach went from strength-to-strength at Hillsborough during the 2017/18 term as he started all 46 of Wednesday’s Championship games and tallied his best-ever goal involvements total - netting four goals and providing 11 assists.   

Adam would match his contributions in the following campaign and regularly showcased his long-range shooting ability during his time at Hillsborough, winning numerous Sky Bet Goal of the Month awards for his spectacular efforts. 

The experienced midfielder went onto amass 231 appearances for the South Yorkshire outfit, won the club's Player of the Year Award for the 2017/18 season, while recording 24 goals and 34 assists before departing to begin a new chapter at The Hawthorns.

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