As the transfer window draws to a close, Tony Pulis must concentrate on the small matter of a trip to the Riverside as the Premier League programme resumes after a weekend of FA Cup football. With Boro on poor form, in the league at least, it is a match from which the Baggies should be… Continue reading Baggies look to extend Boro’s poor run of form
The Saido Beharino saga is finally over, at least for West Bromwich Albion. After an eighteen month period from which neither club nor player can emerge with much credit, the Burundi-born striker finally sealed a transfer away from the Hawthorns, although I’m sure Stoke City wouldn’t have been a favoured destination for him when this… Continue reading Berahino’s Hawthorns chapter may be over, but his remarkable story has a long way to go
This season’s Baggies are just one point worse off than Steve Clarke’s team were at the same stage of Albion’s record breaking Premier League season. Victory at the Riverside on 31st January will see this season become the new record.
David Moyes brings his Sunderland team to the Hawthorns this weekend fresh from a mid-week cup exit at Turf Moor and on a run of six matches without a win, while his opponent in the Baggies dug out will be looking to banish the 4-0 hammering his side were on the end of at White… Continue reading Albion look to add to Moyes’ misery
Ultimately a poor result for the Baggies, although defeat was not unexpected. 4-0 was maybe a little harsh, but only a little!
Tony Pulis takes his Baggies side to White Hart Lane for the Saturday lunchtime kick off this weekend for what will undoubtedly be his toughest fixture until Albion face Spurs’ north London rivals at the Hawthorns in mid-March. So while points may be hard to come by in the next match, Baggies fans should be… Continue reading Baggies look to extend their unbeaten record at White Hart Lane