That point against Liverpool means that this season will result Albion’s fourth-best Premier League points haul, at least. Albion would need to win all four remaining games to beat the current joint second best of 47 which was achieved in 2010/11 and 2011/12, and equal the best ever tally of 49 from 2012/13.
Brendan Rodgers brings his Liverpool side to the Hawthorns weekend with at least one thing in common with Tony Pulis and his Albion side – the ignominy of losing to Tim Sherwood’s Aston Villa in the FA Cup. And while the press laud Villa’s “saviour” despite them being somewhat short of safety, Rodgers’ and Pulis’s… Continue reading Albion look to end Liverpool’s Champions League challenge
So those Eagles’ wings got well and truly clipped! How could I have ever doubted the Pulis?
Tony Pulis takes his Albion side to Selhurst Park on Saturday, the scene of what was he claims was his greatest managerial achievement in guiding Crystal Palace from the depths of the relegation zone to mid-table safety last season. The Baggies have seemed somewhat devoid of his magical inspiration in recent weeks, while the Eagles… Continue reading Eagles’ wings likely to remain unclipped
After 32 games last season, we had 32 points, one less than we do today. In our final six games of 2013/14, we managed to get 4 points, a draw against Spurs (after being 3-0 up) and a 1-0 win against West Ham – we lost our games at home to Stoke and away to… Continue reading Albion’s Premier League Season Comparison – 32 games
When Tony Pulis was appointed as Albion’s new head coach, I wasn’t altogether thrilled. I had never liked the style of football Pulis teams had played, particularly at Stoke, and I’d always felt that he came across as arrogant and somewhat of a moaner when things don’t go his way. However, you could not argue… Continue reading Clueless Pulis has no case for the defence