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Albion News: The Ark Side of the Albion

21 November 2016

Ready for our first floodlit football?

Burnley will be at The Hawthorns for our first taste of football under the lights at The Hawthorns this season, and Albion News is back to clue you up, available all around The Hawthorns for £3.50.

 

If you love your club, all it represents, its history, traditions and values, then this is an issue you cant afford to miss as we lay out, in full detail, just what our archive project – Download Albion – really entails. We’re thinking on a scale that no other football club has dared to. And it’s going to blow your mind. Really.

 

The Leicester City win is in focus in the programme too with both Tony Pulis and Darren Fletcher looking back on a standard setting afternoon that could play a pivotal part in our season.

 

We review the progress of Albion’s internationals as they hunt down a spot in the 2018 World Cup and, speaking of our internationals, we compare Allan Nyom’s answers with those of David Mills from more than 30 years ago in our Q&A spot.

 

Sean Dyche’s Burnley are investigated in depth, as is their history – did you know they took their colours as a tribute to the Villa? Down with this sort of thing.

 

We remember the afternoon where Albion were 90 minutes – and an horrendous thunderstorm – away from being crowned the Champions of the World. No, honestly

 

Turning back the clock to another special night under the lights, we recall a thumping of Aston Villa on our way to winning the League Cup, we get a large chunk of Perspex out of the cupboard to help tell an important Albion tale and we continue our cartoon history of the Throstles.

 

Looking down the production line, we talk to Jordan Pigott from Albion’s youth team about his progress and the Baggies boxer Tommy Langford looks forward to Burnley and to his upcoming title fight on November 26th, in his regular column.

 

All of this and more in our pages bursting with content. Get in quick for your copy of Albion News. You know it makes sense.  




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