August 29, 2010
Look at me, I can do a liveblog.
Chelsea were okay, Manchester United weren't much better, Spurs lost at home and Arsenal only just scraped past Blackburn. In short, it's time for one of English football's big teams to step up. It's Anfield, it's coming off the back of a big win in the cup, it's West Brom's time to shine (you'll realise what The Blog's done there and you'll think: "oh, The Blog's good, It's very, very good")
August 27, 2010
A banner carrying racist connotations created by Lokomotiv Moscow fans ©PHOTO CREDIT
Racism is horrible: to use more elaborate phraseology is to soften the sentiment. The issue has appeared on West Brom's agenda for the first time in This Blog's memory following the arrival of Peter Odemwingie from Lokomotiv Moscow, which prompted a group of Lokomotiv’s fans to create a banner celebrating his exit, using a banana as a pretty appalling, derogatory reference to his race.
August 25, 2010
Seven days after a humbling defeat to Chelsea, West Brom bounced back to winning ways against Sunderland courtesy of a goal from debutant Peter Odemwingie. The regularity with which disappointment afflicts Baggies supporters meant that this victory came as more of a surprise than it would for, say, a Birmingham or a Fulham fan, as so often West Brom follow up an embarassing defeat with another similar failure.
August 24, 2010
Tonight's game is neither important, nor intriguing, so why not join TWBB for it? Or don't - whatever.
August 21, 2010
The West Brom Blog can only apologise for Its absence yesterday - It had more important people to see and better things to do. Rest assured the promised post mocking the fool that is Ethan Dean-Richards will come soon, but today is about West Brom vs Sunderland. Why is The Blog not at the game? Becasue It doesn't have a season ticket this time around, due to an immenent change of scenery. Now, enjoy:
August 14, 2010
A liveblog of today's game...
August 8, 2010
Hello and welcome to The West Brom Blog: you are the reader, This is The Blog. Eventually we will strike up some kind of rapport, but writing this at 1:55AM, there is no time for that. Instead, onto a brief, poor analysis of West Brom's probable starting XI.
August 6, 2010
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