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February 18, 2011

Roberto Di Matteo –Robbie D to his friends – should never have been sacked: his performance over the first half of this season suggested that he was going to keep West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League. What’s more, with time, he was only going to improve as a manager.

February 6, 2011

Football, dear friends, is the realm of stupid people.

February 3, 2011

Football coverage is easy; observe: West Bromwich Albion have not been winning many games recently. Excepting the qualifiers “many” and “recently”, that is a relatively straightforward fact. But because it’s so brilliantly amazing and definitely a force for good, football coverage also extends to opinion, especially on the internet; observe: West Bromwich Albion are not a very good team at the moment. Sometimes though a third dimension appears; opinion appears so eloquent and so convincing that it begins to take on the semblance of fact; observe:

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David Young Matthew Evans: I've supported West Brom all my life, and it's fair to say that they give me my fair share of ups and downs. I'm always guaranteed an emotional rollercoaster of a season whatever division the Baggies are in. I try to remain positive in my views on Albion, although that is impossible at some points. My favourite Albion player of the moment is Youssuff Mulumbu, and of my lifetime it has to be Super Bob Taylor.You can follow me on twitter @MattEvansWBA

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