Well, it was not quite the finish to the season that Baggies fans would’ve hoped for, but 44 points ranks the season as the fourth best in Albion’s Premier League nine-season history which is somewhat better than could’ve been expected in early April.
The Premier League season comes to a close on Sunday and for the second time in four years, West Bromwich Albion and Arsenal meet on the final day. In 2011, Arsenal needed a win at the Hawthorns to secure their Champions League place, and a howler from Baggies’ stand-in ‘keeper Martin Fulop handed the points… Continue reading Albion look to end the season on a high
After an impressive, if unexpected, win over champions, Chelsea, Albion still have a chance of equalling their second-best Premier League points haul of 47.
With two games to go, Albion have secured their Premier League status for a sixth successive season and two more wins would see Albion equal their 2011 and 2012 season points total of 47, which Albion have only bettered in the Premier League in 2013 with 49.
Having faced the legendary Louis Van Gaal last week, and with the “Special One” due at the Hawthorns a week on Monday, Tony Pulis must be cursing this run of fixtures as he is also facing the self-proclaimed “best coach in the Premier League” on Saturday! John Carver showed enormous self belief in making that… Continue reading Albion look to take advantage of Toon Turmoil