Albion No2 calls for repeat display against Reds
KEEP on going - that's the message from Albion joint-assistant head coach David Kemp.
The Baggies No2 was impressed with his side's 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace last weekend, despite the Eagles being in good form leading up to the game.
Albion were not fancied ahead of their trip to south London, but produced one of their best away displays of the campaign to ensure the win.
Kemp hope Albion can maintain that against Liverpool this Saturday.
Tony Pulis' right-hand man said: “It was a big win for us after two disappointing performances in the two previous home games against QPR and Leicester.
“So to go there and produce the display we did was very good.
“I don’t know if it was a case of relief but we don’t want to be losing games after what happened in the previous two.
“We’d been pretty consistent since we’ve been here and they were a shock to the system because they were disappointing results and performance.
“We had to get back on track and fair play to the lads, they did it.
“People start writing you off - you have a couple of defeats and people start putting the boot in.
“The lads showed great character as well to go and get the right result.
"We have to do that again."