Back-to-back wins at the start of a Premier League season for the first time put the Baggies in second place in the table on Saturday evening, their highest ever position in the Premier League, although Huddersfield’s win on Sunday pushed Albion down to third.
The first Premier League weekend produced 31 goals with the first two televised matches of the season giving the viewers a treat with no fewer than thirteen goals, while us Baggies fans saw just the one goal but it was at the right end meaning that Albion won on the opening day in successive seasons… Continue reading Albion’s defence puts others to shame
I commented in my equivalent post last season how rare an opening day victory has been for the Baggies in the last few decades, and a year later we get another one!
As Baggies fans breathe a sigh of relief that the season is finally over, many are perplexed that the majority of pundits are declaring that Albion have had a good season. After picking up just one point from the final eight games, and registering a club record five consecutive matches without scoring a goal in… Continue reading Surely tenth place is a good finish for the Baggies – isn’t it?
And so the season comes to an end with another disappointing result for the Baggies, conceding twice in the last twenty minutes to lose a game they had largely controlled up to that point.