Manchester City return to action quickly after their Champions League exit with an important home encounter against West Bromwich Albion at Saturday lunchtime.
While they can have no complaints about the result over the two legs, City will reflect on what might have been after Sergio Aguero saw his penalty saved at the Nou Camp. Had he converted it would have led to a grandstand finish, but the focus now will be to end the Premier...More
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes recently said the side have become more accomplished in the Premier League since he joined, and that his appointment came as a result of the Potters “starting to fall”, reports BBC Sport.
Stoke travel to the Hawthorns to face West Bromwich Albion, who are managed by Hughes’ predecessor Tony Pulis. The 57-year-old recently was awarded Manager of the Month for the work done with new club West Brom, whi...More
Stoke City will be aiming for their fourth consecutive Premier League victory when they travel to their happiest of hunting grounds, the Hawthorns, to face West Bromwich Albion.
It was of course home boss Tony Pulis who masterminded many of those successes with the Potters, but here he desperate to see his new team bounce back from two disappointing losses to near neighbours Aston Villa and help them move even closer to safety by ...More
West Bromwich Albion Head Coach Tony Pulis had severe criticism for Aston Villa’s security policy after hoards of supporters were able to invade the pitch during Saturday’s FA Cup tie between the sides, reports Goal.com.
The home side triumphed 2-0 thanks to a powerful strike from Fabian Delph and a breakaway effort from Scott Sinclair as they punished the Baggies for missing two great chances to take the lead when Brown Ideye and...More
Aston Villa will hope to follow up their dramatic victory over West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League by defeating the same opponents for a place in the FA Cup semi-finals.
Christian Benteke’s late winner from the penalty spot did not only take Villa out of the relegation zone; it could turn out to be the springboard for a terrific run to end the season, and will certainly give the hosts a psychological advantage coming into t...More
West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis has deflected questions about comments made by his Aston Villa counterpart Tim Sherwood ahead of the FA Cup meeting between the sides, Sky Sports has reported.
Sherwood appeared to diminish the Baggies in the build-up to the Premier League fixture between the teams earlier this week, a game that ended in a 2-1 win for Aston Villa and saw Sherwood record his first victory as Villa boss. Gabri...More
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