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David Button headlines Wednesday night's Albion News

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Baggies shot-stopper David Button discusses gaining the No.1 jersey in Wednesday night's latest edition of Albion News.

The goalkeeper's route into professional football is discussed in the 'Talk us Through' player feature, as we find out more about how the Albion squad's upbringings have shaped their career. 

Button's opening into professional football arose when Tottenham Hotspur gave him a trial at the age of nine, and after securing experience in the professional game through various loan moves during his time in north London, it was across the capital at Brentford where he gained regular first-team football. 

The shot-stopper stressed the importance of his time at Brentford and how winning promotion with the Bees gave him the taste for success, and how he hopes to transfer it into helping Albion in their endeavours this term. 

'Butts' also mentions his England youth international experiences, his maiden Tottenham outing and top-flight debut with Brighton in his 'Memorable Career Moments', while the gaffer and Jake Livermore are hopeful the team's consistent displays thus far will pay dividends on Wednesday in their columns.

Our latest academy Q&A sees forward-thinking left-back Josh Shaw reveal his footballing preferences, and stickers will be included for the 2022/23 'Albion News Official Collectors' Album'. 

There's still chance to grab yours! See details below.


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

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