West Brom’s Jay Rodriguez looks to the future after Gaëtan Bong case

first_imgShare on Facebook Share on Messenger Reuse this content Read more Topics Brighton & Hove Albion Share on Twitter West Brom stun Manchester United to hand Manchester City the title Manchester United Share on LinkedIncenter_img Jay Rodriguez wants to move on after a Football Association charge of racially abusing Brighton’s Gaëtan Bong was found to be not proven, with the West Bromwich Albion forward saying “the truth always comes out”.Rodriguez has been under added duress for three months after being accused of making an alleged comment to the Brighton defender when the sides met on 13 January. The FA announced on Friday that the Independent Regulatory Commission “determined that on the balance of probabilities the allegation was not proven” against Rodriguez.“I am always a great believer that the truth always comes out and it has,” the 28-year-old forward told BBC WM. “Now we can move on and I can just carry on working hard for the team.”Rodriguez capped a fine display on Sunday with the goal that secured rock-bottom West Brom a shock 1-0 win at Manchester United – and Manchester City the Premier League title.“It’s amazing. You always dream as a young lad to come here and score and to get the winner against a great side at a great stadium was really good. At the end we were knackered. We worked our socks off and created a lot of chances and we definitely deserved the win.“I have never not believed. We need to believe still – especially coming here and showing that – we can go and beat anyone. We need to keep that between us and keep working.” news Share via Email Share on Pinterest Share on WhatsApp West Bromwich Albion The FAlast_img read more