The chances of Albion staying in the Premier League may remain as remote as they’ve ever been, but there is a feeling of relief amongst Baggies fans as Alan Pardew’s long-overdue departure from the club was confirmed on Easter Monday. Furthermore, I’m actually looking forward to Saturday’s game with Swansea City to see what Big… Continue reading Albion face the Swans with another new face in charge
After watching a superb performance at Anfield at the end of January, little did I think that Albion would lose every game they would play in the next two months, but that is what has happened.
Two founder members of the Football League meet at the Hawthorns on Saturday for the 128th time in the league, although just the sixth time in the Premier League. The Baggies are unbeaten against Burnley in the Premier League, but it is the Clarets who are leading the way as the “best of the rest”… Continue reading Baggies protect an unbeaten record against the “best of the rest”
An improved performance from Albion with the usual result as the points-lost-from-winning-positions tally hits 24.
The Times described it as “hapless tinkering”, but I think Krychowiak had some harsher words to describe the decision to taken him off after an hour of the game against Leicester, and there were certainly a few coarser descriptions from fans near me in the Birmingham Road End.