Bringing Glory To The Baggies
Roy Hodgson Retires
West Bromwich Albion manager, Roy Hodgson, has retired from football ahead of the 2011-12 season. The manager arrived at the club in February following the dismissal of Roberto di Matteo and led the club to 11th in the Barclays Premier League, the clubs best finish since the early 80s. The club's fans have been left in disarray and are wondering who will take over at the helm of their beloved club. Paul Lambert, Brendan Rogers and Michael Appleton are forerunners for the job.
Mullen Unveiled as Baggies Boss
West Bromwich Albion have today announced that Ricardo Mullen will become the new manager of the club, replacing Roy Hodgson at the Black Country club. West Brom fans have expressed their joy at the appointment of Mullen as manager, and the legend has stated his elation with being trusted with the role. "Me and Jeremy Peace had very constructive talks and we share a similar ambition for the club. Having come 11th last season, I want to reconstruct Albion as one of the biggest teams in England and there is a good long term project going on here at the club."
Mullen has signed a two-year contract at the Hawthorns. West Brom had been hotly linked to Paul Lambert to take over, but the prestige of a legend becoming manager made it an easy decision.
WBA 3-2 Hannover
David Oldfield sacked as Assistant Manager.
WBA 1-2 FC Bayern
Tony Coton has been appointed as new Assistant Manager.
Transfer revenue increased to 95%.
Montrose 0-3 WBA
Wimbledon 0-1 WBA
Morecambe 0-2 WBA
Francis S/O (52)
Leeds 1-0 WBA
WBA 1-0 Zaragoza
WBA 3-2 Osasuna
Good Pre Season
2012-09-20 23:16#66396 Callum the Toffee : The Baggies are a great team, I won the Champions League in my second season with them. They have the squad, you can do it! (with some luck of course) what formation are you using?
41122 tactic al upload a screenshot when uploading august update tomorrow at some point.
└ This post was edited by RiddledScotland1 (2012-09-20 23:55, 3 years ago)
West Brom Draw Walsall in League Cup
Jenssen scores first goal for Norway
Dorrans off the mark for Scotland
Alvaro scores double on debut
QPR 2-5 WBA
Long (pen 87)
WBA 1-1 Bolton
WBA 3-1 Walsall
Brunt (pen 39)
West Brom Draw Reading
Man City 0-0 WBA
Good Month in my eyes!
Erick Torres nets first goal for MexicoEPL
Odemwingie scores in every match
Alvaro out for 8 to 9 months with damaged cruciate ligaments.
WBA 4-1 Sunderland
Everton 1-2 WBA
WBA 4-1 Reading
WBA 3-1 Spurs
Player of the month goes to no other than Peter Odemwingie.
West Brom not performing to the standard the boss wants.EPL
Steven Reid Transfer Listed
Stoke 2-1 WBA
WBA 1-2 Fulham
Norwich 2-2 WBA
WBA 4-2 Man City
WBA 2-0 Wolves
Player of the month goes to no other than Peter Odemwingie again.