A Remembrance Day theme fronts the cover of this weekend’s edition of Albion News.
Full details on the club’s plans for Saturday afternoon's poppy fixture are included, along with all the information regarding where to go for match-worn shirts from the Baggies’ clashes with Stoke City and QPR.
Head Coach Carlos Corberán is keen to see his side make it three wins on the spin heading into the World Cup break, as he assesses the games he’s overseen during his short tenure in charge in his programme notes.
Speaking of the new Albion boss, skipper Jake Livermore uses his matchday column to praise the changes the new coaching team have made since their introduction to life in B71.
The level of detail the new managerial staff undergo prior to each game is discussed, along with the confidence recent clean sheets and performances have given the squad heading into this weekend's meeting with the Potters.
Meanwhile, this Saturday’s instalment of the ‘Talk us Through’ player feature sees Jayson Molumby go through his journey from Cappoquin, Waterford, in the Republic of Ireland to pushing his way into the professional game from Brighton & Hove Albion.
The Irish international explains the thrill of making his senior bow for the Seagulls as an 18-year-old in the FA Cup, and how that moment gave him the belief and confidence to forge a career in the game.
International football, ROI gaffer Stephen Kenny and new Hull City boss Liam Rosenior are all mentioned by Molumby during important stages of his career, and the 23-year-old is looking forward to absorbing all the information which current Baggies boss Corberán is giving him and his team-mates each week.
Corberán has certainly made a big impression on Jayson during his short stint at The Hawthorns. To learn how a youngster who went from the enjoyment of playing football in rural Ireland to forcing his way into the starting mix at The Hawthorns, make sure you get your hands on a copy of Saturday’s edition.
Young midfielder Akeel Higgins rounds off Saturday’s content, as the academy star sits down to discuss his Jamaican roots, how his family kept the youngster focused on his ambition, and the performance which propelled him into an academy environment.
Programmes will be available at all the usual stalls in and around The Hawthorns on Saturday afternoon. They can also be purchased from the Stadium Megastore, which is located outside the East Stand.
2022/23 ALBION NEWS OFFICIAL COLLECTORS’ ALBUM
Baggies supporters can still purchase the new Collectors' Album, in partnership with Curtis Sport, both online and around The Hawthorns.
There are 192 stickers to collect, which include the Albion first team, Women’s, PL2 and Under-18 squads, as well as sections dedicated to our 300 club and promotion-winning campaigns of 1992/93 and 2007/08.
Fans can collect all 192 stickers by purchasing the matchday programme throughout the season.
Each Sky Bet Championship Albion News programme comes with eight free stickers, allowing you to complete your collection without having to buy a sheet of stickers.
The programmes and albums will be available to buy in the usual place from sellers in and around the ground, the Albion Club Shop and from the Curtis Sport website.
The album can also be purchased separately from the club shop and the Curtis Sport website. It is available for £3.95 when purchased separately.
If you miss out on a copy, programmes are also available to buy online via curtis-sport.com.