West Brom’s Struggles Continue with a Poor Run of Form

West Bromwich Albion Football Club is going through a tough time this season as their poor run of form persists, leaving fans and management increasingly worried. Their lackluster performances have seen them stuck in the lower half of the Championship table, far from their ambitions of promotion. One of the most prominent causes is the lack of consistent goal-scorers which has led to extra stress on the defense. The team has often appeared toothless in attack, failing to break down resilient defenses and convert their chances into goals.

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Marc Albrighton Redo Liverpool Impact for West Brom Promotion Charge


Marc Albrighton ticks almost all the boxes for West Brom Albion as they do for him. Carlos Corberan is going to be the first to admit that he did not need a winger weeks ago. However, after an injury blow to Matt Phillips, his outlook changed.

This left them with a limited period and an already limited budget, to source a replacement. In Albrighton, they did not regionally have to look far but this was the player who hadn’t stopped outside the Premier League in his whole career- leaving out a four-match spell with Wian when he had been a young player. Continue reading “Marc Albrighton Redo Liverpool Impact for West Brom Promotion Charge”

Fans to Travel in Large Numbers for West Brom


With the premier league season to start soon, Albion fans travel in huge numbers for the game against Coventry City. West Bromwich Albion will be backed by more than 4,000 traveling supporters when they make the short journey in the Midlands to Coventry City on Wednesday evening.


Albion and Carlos Corberan are hunting a sixth straight win, a result that, if they can secure it, will lift them toward the brink of the playoffs. Albion has beaten Blackpool, QPR, Stoke, Sunderland, and, this past weekend, Rotherham, to lift themselves remarkably out of the relegation zone and into the top six reckoning inside two months, one of which has included no football because of the World Cup. Continue reading “Fans to Travel in Large Numbers for West Brom”


Carlos Corberan will sign a two-and-a-half year contract with West Brom to be their new manager. The Baggies have been on the lookout for a new boss since Steve Bruce was sacked earlier this month following a dismal start of the campaign. It had been reported that Corberan was a leading contender to land the job and he has come through several interviews to become the clear favourite – with an announcement expected on Tuesday evening confirming his arrival.

West Brom on the cusp of managerial breakthrough

And, reporter Guillem Balague has provided further details on Corberan’s appointment, as he revealed the Spaniard is on his way to the West Midlands and he will sign a deal until 2025. Corberan travelling from Leeds to Birmingham to sign for West Brom for 2 1/2 years. This is exciting news! Process, lots of work and structure is what he has to do now. Try to find out what he is doing to understand that process. Continue reading ”             CONTRACT DETAILS EMERGE AS WEST BROM CLOSE IN ON APPOINTMENT”


Steve Bruce could be tempted to axe out-of-sorts Conor Townsend and start new signing Erik Pieters for West Brom in their West Midlands derby showdown with Birmingham at The Hawthorns on Wednesday night. Albion have made two new signings since their last outing on 2 September when debutant Brandon Thomas-Asante’s 98th-minute goal earned a well-deserved point against Burnley.

Australian playmaker Tom Rogic and Dutch left-back Pieters, 34, have joined as free agents but the impressive form of Bruce’s current midfielders means ex-Celtic ace Rogic may have to wait for his debut. On Tuesday (13 September), it was announced that former Stoke, Burnley and PSV left-back Pieters has joined the Albion and we expect him to start against Birmingham. That could be one of two changes Bruce makes with Darnell Furlong potentially returning to the side in place of Taylor Gardner-Hickman. Continue reading “CONOR TOWNSEND AXED,  ERIK PETER’S TO START; PREDICTED WEST BROM XI VS BIRMINGHAM”



Steve Bruce is only going to make one key change to his West Brom team from the opening day draw for the visit of Watford in the Championship on Monday (8 August). This early in the season the Baggies boss won’t want to rock the boat too hard by chopping and changing his line-up. And after a creditable point away at Chris Wilder’s side, who finished one place outside of the playoffs last season, there is little reason to pull players out of the starting XI.

However, in the first home game of the season the Albion manager’s main decision will be to withdraw Karlan Grant in favour of big-money January signing Daryl Dike as he goes in search of goals. Bruce revealed in his Thursday press conference that Grant, who was arguably the player of the year in a pretty dismal 2021/22 campaign, is carrying a slight complaint, which shouldn’t prevent his involvement entirely but should put the American up top ahead of him.


Dwight Gayle is stalling on a potential exit from Newcastle United this summer as offers to join Middlesbrough, Watford or West Brom are yet to interest the outcast Magpies striker. That’s according to The Northern Echo, who report the trio of Championship sides have all made Gayle offers this summer. But neither deal tabled to date has included an acceptable figure, while Newcastle have not yet received a suitable financial package to advance talks. United anticipate Gayle will leave St James’ Park at some stage during the summer sales as he is not a part of Eddie Howe’s plans. The Toon boss has told the 32-year-old to train with the club’s reserves with fellow fringe players Ciaran Clark and Jeff Hendrick for pre-season.

Talks remain ongoing between Newcastle chiefs and their counterparts at Middlesbrough, Watford and West Brom over their interest in Gayle. Ground must be made on the side of the Championship trio if either is to secure the forward’s services before the season starts. Gayle would be most interested in moving to Middlesbrough as a switch from Tyneside to Teesside would not see him need to relocate, per Chronicle Live. Toon decision-makers are also hopeful Chris Wilder’s side present an improved offer so Howe can sign a new striker. Continue reading “BENITEZ’S ‘GREAT PLAYER’ STALLING ON NEWCASTLE EXIT DESPITE THREE OFFERS”


Leicester City midfielder Hamza Choudhury is a target for English Championship side West Brom this summer according to English publication Express and Star. West Brom manager Steve Bruce is overseeing a major rebuild at the club this summer following the failure to secure instant promotion to the Premier League.

West Brom suffered relegation from the Premier League last season alongside Fulham and Sheffield United, but they failed to return to the division at the first time of asking despite an excellent start to the season under new manager Valerien Ismael. Frenchman Ismael was given the job of taking the Baggies back to the Premier League after his successful spell at Barnsley. Continue reading “CHOUDHURY, A TARGET FOR WEST BROM”


West Brom manager Steve Bruce is keen on a loan move for young Newcastle United attacker Elliot Anderson. According to the report from inews, the Baggies want to sign the 19-year-old on loan from Newcastle United next season after impressing during his loan spell at Bristol City in League Two.

Anderson impressed a great deal under the management of former Newcastle United midfielder Joey Barton at Bristol City as he showed that his quality is above League Two football. The attacker had an attacking return of seven goals and three assists in 20 appearances in the colours of Bristol City. Continue reading “BAGGIES EYEING LOAN DEAL FOR YOUNGSTER”


West London side Fulham have excelled where West Brom failed after they secured promotion back to the Premier League after the first time of asking. Fulham and West Brom were relegated from the English top flight at the end of last season alongside Sheffield United, but the Baggies have not been able to secure an instant return to Premier League football.

West Brom ended their Premier League campaign last season with Sam Allardyce in charge after the ex-England national team manager replaced the sacked SlavenBilic in December 2020.Allardyceis known as a specialist when it comes to keeping teams  in the Premier League, but he was unable to keep West Brom in the Premier League last season despite having a lot of games to do the job. He left the Baggies at the end of last season and they turned to Frenchman Valerien Ismael who has surprisingly taken Barnsley to the Championship playoffs last  season before they were beaten by Welsh team Swansea City in the playoff semifinals. Continue reading “FULHAM EXCEL WHERE WEST BROM FAIL”