Victory for either West Bromwich Albion or Norwich City at the Hawthorns will be enough to move the winner closer to the top half, and the loser looking over their shoulders.
West Brom will be disappointed at their failure to severely test Manchester City on Wednesday, although they kept going until the end and managed to pull two goals back. That result came after a below par performance at Newcastle United, and it leaves the Baggie...More
West Brom midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu has flatly denied reports that he wants to move to Arsenal in January, according to The Daily Star.
According to an interview in France Football magazine, Mulumbu attacked his Baggies team-mates, branding them “not professional enough,” and continued by stating that he could be set to join the Gunners.
The 26-year-old held a meeting with boss Steve Clarke, who revealed that the club are happy wi...More
Manchester City will be looking for only their second away victory of the season when they travel to the West Midlands on Wednesday evening.
West Bromwich Albion will be hugely disappointed at only taking one point from their previous two games, with Aston Villa making a unlikely comeback to take a point from the Hawthorns, before a superb strike from Newcastle United’s Moussa Sissoko saw them leave Tyneside with nothing. Despite tha...More
West Bromwich Albion Head Coach Steve Clarke has said that his side ‘were not at the races’ on Saturday, as they went down to a 2-1 defeat at in-form Newcastle United, Sky Sports is reporting.
Newcastle led at half-time through Yoan Gouffran’s header after 36 minutes of an uninspiring first period at St. James’ Park. The visitors did improve after the break, and they were level on 53 minutes thanks to Chris Brunt’s emphatic finish, o...More
Newcastle will be aiming for their fourth consecutive Premier League victory when they face West Bromwich Albion in Saturday’s late kick-off.
After highly impressive wins over Chelsea and Tottenham, Newcastle made it three in a row against Norwich City in their previous game thanks to two first half goals. This run of results has seen them climb to eighth in the table, just four points behind second placed Liverpool, and has eased th...More
West Bromwich Albion Head Coach Steve Clarke has revealed his desire to sign a new contract and stay with the club for the long-term, with his current deal set to expire at the end of this season, reports the Birmingham Mail.
Clarke has been in charge at the Hawthorns since the summer of 2012, when he succeeded Roy Hodgson, who left to become manager of the England national team. The Scot has gone on to make an impressive start to hi...More
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