Striking a chord for Watford
Watford are our first opponents in what is going to be a busy December and Albion News is back with all the stories that are fit to print, and a few that aren’t.
Our big interview this week is a proper exclusive, the first full length sit down with our young midfielder Sam Field. We talk through a life lived through the Albion academy, his first team breakthrough and the masses of hard work that still lie ahead to try to get established in the Albion side.
Tony Pulis looks back on November and at the month ahead, demanding that we all maintain the highest standards on into 2017 while Darren Fletcher reflects on our four points from the last six as well as having an inspiring night out at the Albion Foundation’s Disability Awards for 2016.
Jonathan Leko gets the Q&A treatment and Under 18s skipper Max Melbourne helps us preview the upcoming FA Youth Cup tie with Yeovil Town at The Hawthorns next Tuesday.
We run through the Watford players, as well as looking at new boss Walter Mazzarri, the one time winner of the Enzo Bearzot award for his work at Napoli in Serie A.
The Baggies boxer, Tommy Langford, celebrates both his new British title and Albion’s good form in his regular programme column and we celebrate the days when you would have loved to find some Albion branded footwear in your Christmas stockinag.
We relive the day the great Willie Johnston made his Albion debut and recall just what the club shop was trying to flog you in that December 1972 programme.
We look back at Brian Talbot’s salad days as the Albion captain and Tony Brown has some pretty forthright views on the subject of captaincy all told.
All of this and more in your latest Albion News. Get in quick. You know it makes sense.