Why Albion News makes sense
WE start a new era at The Hawthorns on Saturday so let Albion News be your tour guide to the future.
What do we have inside its 84 feature packed pages? Funny you should ask…
* Tony Pulis pens his first exclusive column for us.
* We’ve an in depth interview with the new gaffer as well in which we talk about first impressions, togetherness, old schools and cup runs.
* Chris Brunt reflects on a thumping win over Gateshead, goal number 40 and a week of new ideas and hard work.
* Albion’s Academy is in the spotlight as we look at the official opening of their new building, while Mark Harrison gives us the lowdown on Saido Berahino and his England experience.
* Tony Brown marks the passing of an Albion coach, gives penalty taking lessons to the youth of today and looks forward to to going backwards.
* We’ve detailed reports from the first two games of the Pulis reign, against West Ham and Gateshead.
* There’s a forensic look at Hull City and the players who’ll be opposing us on Saturday.
* Cup winning skipper Graham Williams explains just how Don Howe came back here as a manager - it’s not how you think - and regales us with tales of Cadillacs, juju men and phone calls never received from Nigeria.
* An angel appeared over Mons in Belgium, but football carried on regardless as we continue to relive the 1914/5 season.
* Albion’s directors share enormous stogies with Jack Dempsey in a photo from the archives.
* Tragedy mars the 1887 FA Cup semi-final as so many people wanted to watch Albion play Preston that they were literally falling out of the trees.
* All this and plenty more in the Albion News this Saturday. Just think what an empty life you’d have without it.
You know it makes sense.