West Brom keeper Jasko Keranovic’s career has been going well with the result a new one-year contract being agreed with the Baggies in June 2017 with a further 12-month option.
Born in Sydney Jasmin ‘Jasko’ is an Australian goalkeeper of Bosnian & Herzegovina descent. He played his youth football in Australia for a number of clubs: Bond University, Runaway Bay Soccer Club, Queensland Lions Soccer Club, Rochedale Rovers, Queensland State Team and FFV.
After his family relocated to England Jasko trialled at a number of clubs before settling on Premier League side West Bromwich Albion. Standing at 6ft 5 whilst still aged only 18, with impressive handling and kicking attributes, Jasko has a great future ahead of him.
Jasko signed his first professional contract in April 2016 with West Brom, although had to wait until July for international clearance to be obtained. As the 2016/17 season arrived he aimed to make his mark on the U18 and U23 sides at the Hawthorns.
In September 2016 Jasko received his first call up to the Australian U20 national squad and on 16th September he made his debut against Indonesia. His second cap came against Thailand.
In January 17 Jasko went on loan to Banbury United for some game time experience saving a penalty on his debut under the watchful eye of Baggies goalkeeper coach Mark Naylor.
In March 17 Jasko was on the bench for West Brom U23’s as they drew 1-1 with Fulham U23’s.