By Laurie Whitwell for the Daily Mail
Published: 22:30 BST, 1 April 2018 | Updated: 23:31 BST, 1 April 2018
Injured or not, as a nocturnal activity before your team's latest attempt to claw back some integrity from a wretched campaign, visiting the nightclub Snobs is a poor decision.
Gareth Barry spent his Friday night at Birmingham's best-known student music venue and posed for pictures with some fresh-faced revellers. Snobs was showing Middlesbrough v Wolves and Derby v Sunderland, but nobody is trying to sell the idea Barry was scouting for future Championship fixtures. It was just plain odd to discover that the 37-year-old, sidelined with a knee problem, was whiling away the hours at a place synonymous with teenage kicks.iPhone transfer software
Alan Pardew admitted it was 'unwise' less than 24 hours before the Burnley game, and following the 2-1 defeat, the different standards of professionalism at the two clubs right now appear obvious. While Burnley advance with clear focus under the leadership of Sean Dyche, West Brom are unravelling in a swirl of bad performances and even worse PR.
Gareth Barry has upset West Brom supporters by visiting a night club before the Burnley loss
Barry was a contender for West Brom's player of the season but he has become a