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Albion News Remembers for Boro clash

Remembrance programme

Saturday’s dedicated home Remembrance fixture between the Baggies and Middlesbrough means a special edition of Albion News for the occasion.

Four pages will be dedicated to Remembrance season, along with details of how Albion will pay their respects before kick-off and support the country’s dedicated Armed Forces charity - The Royal British Legion - in their annual Poppy Appeal.

WBA poppy badge

Valérien Ismaël’s side will don poppy-adorned jerseys once again for this weekend’s Sky Bet Championship test against Boro and all match-worn shirts will be auctioned from the game’s first whistle over at, with proceeds from sales going to the RBL. 

The gaffer's column sees him reflect on the Baggies’ consistent home form this term, and praises Taylor Gardner-Hickman’s impressive display on Wednesday night as he urges other members of his squad to take their opportunity when it comes.

Skipper Jake Livermore focuses on the importance of going into the November international break on a high in his latest captain's notes, and is pushing his Albion team-mates to make it back-to-back wins on Saturday.

Republic of Ireland international Jayson Molumby stars as the feature interview in this week's edition, and he’s been echoing the gaffer’s calls for players to seize their chance in the starting XI.

The midfielder produced an energetic display against Bristol City in one of Albion’s recent home games, and the Irishman has singled out the importance of having “high expectations” this year as they strive towards the division’s promotion places.

Our academy section includes an interview with promising defender Caleb Taylor, who talks through his rise from the Under-18s last term to regularly featuring in first-team training this year.

And PL2 boss Richard Beale welcomes the recent loan deals for defensive duo Saul Shotton and Zak Delaney, but hopes to see other members of the 23s do the same before the end of the campaign.

Programmes will be available at several stalls in and around The Hawthorns on Saturday afternoon, and they can also be purchased from the Stadium Megastore - which is located outside the East Stand.

Alternatively, you can buy a copy online, or have each edition of the 2021/22 season delivered to your door for matchday by purchasing a subscription here.

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