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    Birmingham City v West Brom. Two goals in the first 10 minutes.

    1-1
    Nev has style

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    Not any more... Brummies 2-1 up.

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    Leeds fell apart and drew 3-3 at home to 10-men Cardiff.

    Here we go again.

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    WBA v Leeds top of the table clash today, looking forward to this.

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    West Brom beating Luton.

    Wigan beating Leeds.


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    A great day for Albion fans. Back on top...Villa losing, Blues doing them a cheesy quaver and Wolves getting stuffed by Man U

    Boing Boing

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    Well we all knew the last one just wasn’t gonna happen, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Well we all knew the last one just wasn’t gonna happen, right?
    If only you had predicted that before kick off knees & toes

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    You posting gibberish is certainly foreseeable.

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    Hull got rid of most of their best players in the transfer window. And then got stuffed.
    I'd like to see what morning looks like
    Don't wanna drink pint after pint
    I wanna wake up without feeling sick
    But I can't cuz I'm a drug-abusing alcoholic

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    It's all going very Leeds.

    Forest 1-0 Leeds HT

    Noice noice very noice

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    The Brom 1 up @ Millwall

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    0-2

    Massive three points.

    Albion back to their best today, which is the best in this league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Albion back to their best today, which is the best in this league.
    Saved for... is it pos or prosperify?

    I can't remember when that league never had one or two runaway victors. Blues had a great result to help

    I'd like to see Albion go up. And Notts Forest follow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    I'd like to see Albion go up.
    Who

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    ^Stirling

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    Some great, and needed, business done in January...





    The January transfer window oftentimes resembles a fire sale, a month-long Black Friday event offering underpriced, often needless, always fleeting items to customers with more money than sense, and quite often, not much of either. Three toasters for £50? Heck, Iíll take six; thatís toast in every room of the house. To find value and the quality to improve your stock at the right price becomes increasingly difficult in a dull Championship season being adversely affected by the ongoing threat of Financial Fair Play. So step forward West Bromwich Albion, the unofficial winners of the winter transfer window.


    Even before the start of the window, there were cracks appearing in the table topping Baggies, who had lost some of their boing boing around the festive period and seen their dual dominance with Leeds United dwindle thanks to runs of two wins in 15 games between the automatic promotion runways-cum-contenders. The fact that Slaven Bilicís side were in such a dominant position to begin with stemmed from such a successful summer window where the right mix of Championship experience, exciting youngsters, and foreign flair were brought into the club.


    Now unlike almost all of their second tier contemporaries, who were either struck by fear of panic to bring in bodies or fear of FFP to bring in nobody, the Hawthorns side saw where the holes were in their team, and duly went around applying the Polish poly filler of winger Kamil Grosicki, the steel plaster of forward Callum Robinson and the insurance policy of experienced defender Lee Peltier from Cardiff City.


    Against one of the toughest home sides in the Championship, not to mention one of the most dangerous sides in the EFL on form in recent months, West Brom made a mockery of the inclement weather conditions to inflict just Millwallís third Den defeat of the season. Peltier didnít have a part to play as he races to fitness but Robinson and Grosicki both looked strong and played their contributing parts in the victory, the Poleís quick thinking, fastly taken corner providing the second goal which assured Albion of the victory after replacing fellow new boy Robinson who impressed once more after a man-of-the-match display on his debut.


    So, while Leeds allowed themselves to be caught within touching distance by the chasing pack this weekend, West Brom knew three points were imperative in the final Championship fixture of the round to keep the likes of Fulham, Brentford and Nottingham Forest at bay.


    While the Elland Road side were adding a man with three goals in 18 months to challenge one of the worst finishers in the division in Patrick Bamford and being shocked at losing their last two games without goal scoring reply, Bilic and his Baggies put excuses to one side and provided a performance worthy of champions that their winter transfer window exploits allowed. Now thatís value for money.
    West Brom are the unofficial winners of the winter window - Football365

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    Leeds could be leapfrogged by Brentford, midweek

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Leeds could be leapfrogged by Brentford, midweek
    We can only hope.
    Meanwhile on loan Sheffield United cast off Callum Robinson gets MoM award for Baggies. Hope you play him as a winger Cy. He’s weak and ineffective otherwise.

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    Forest beaten at home by (fourth from bottom) Charlton last night.

    Leeds held 1-1.

    West Brom top, Stoke in dire danger.

    That table's looking pretty good again.

    It'll look great if we can do the business against Reading tonight, and Fulham fail to take three away to Millwall.

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    oh ha ha ha

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    West Brom 9 clear of Fulham in 3rd now; even fucking Leeds have created a bit of daylight between them and the chasing pack.

    From 3rd (Fulham) to 11th (Millwall) though there are only 8 points separating the teams.

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    Yeah you always know we’re doing well when the ‘total thatcher cnut’ keeps his trap shut.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Yeah you always know we’re doing well when the ‘total thatcher cnut’ keeps his trap shut.

    For once we're on the same page.

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    Same page as the squirrel = Man City.

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