What's on the menu this Saturday?
I KNOW, I know, we’ve only just played a game but, like buses, here comes another one and there’s a shiny new Albion News to go with it and as ever, there is much to be gleaned from its glistening pages.
Stories such as these:
* Ben Foster suggests that summer is better spent in Brazil than in West Bromwich, the rotter
* Tony Pulis calls up the ghosts of FA Cups past
* Fidel Castro signposts the way from James Morrison to Tomasz Kuszczak
* Cyrille Regis gives Tony Brown directions
* Don Howe is given an enormous amount of whisky
* West Ham cup ties of the past are unearthed, involving glue, breadknives, haircuts and Phil Parkes
* David Cross, of both Albion and the Hammers, takes a phone call in Hawaii
* An Albion director reads his own obituary and lives for another 36 years out of spite
* Tommy Glidden sticks his head out of a train window
* And we look back on a season that ended with seven games in 10 days. Arsene Wenger faints.
Albion News, the club’s magazine that just happens to come out on matchdays. There’s more in it than you thought.
You know it makes sense.