A smash and grab win for the Brewers yesterday gave them their fourth victory in five league games which puts them third in the Sky Bet League One table at the end of August.Jerome Binnom-Williams was brought on as a substitute in the 78th minute and had an immediate impact on the game. His pace and power beat Tootle at right back before he crossed the ball for Duffy to tap home.
“I came off the bench, got down the line and just put the ball in the box and luckily Duffy was there on the end of it so I am happy to get my assist and I’m happy for the boys to claim three points.” Jerome said.
He added “The gaffer told me to get at the full-back, get some crosses in, get at him too but so my defensive work as well like I did for the boys but I’m happy to get my assist at the end of it.”
It was a game that Shrewsbury very much dominated and the Brewers were left frustrated after failing to test Leutwiler in the home goal. The Shrews hit to woodwork twice during the second half but still McLaughlin wasn’t tested.
Binnom Williams said “It was a tough game, it was one of those raggy games which happens in football.
“As you saw I came on and helped the boys get that chance which Duffy took.”
The impressive start to League One life has surprised many as the Albion sit third in League One with four wins and one defeat.
“We have started very well, we shouldn’t fear anybody in this league.
“We are all human so we just go out there and do what we do, play our game and do what we do which is working for us.”
Jerome Binnom-Williams joined on loan from Crystal Palace after spending a spell on loan at Southend United last season.
“I am enjoying it a lot.
“You learn a lot of new things from him being an ex-player.
“The boys are good as well so I am enjoying it right now.”