Jayson Molumby and Dara O’Shea interviews feature in Monday night's edition of Albion News.
Centre-back O’Shea made his long-awaited return to the senior starting XI against Middlesbrough, and the Baggies academy graduate is hoping he and his team-mates can end the run they find themselves on with a good performance and result against the Swans.
While the Republic of Ireland international speaks of the obvious disappointment in the Albion dressing room after their result on Teesside, he insists the squad must use these setbacks as lessons in order to escape the current run of the form they find themselves in ahead Monday’s game.
The message from fellow Irishman Molumby is no different, and after another tireless effort in the middle of the park, the 22-year-old was able to reflect on a positive moment from Tuesday’s away game in the form of his first Baggies goal.
Molumby discusses Albion's desire to "bounce back" into promotion contention, adding more goals to his name following his strike at the Riverside and wanting to end a difficult spell for the club and its supporters by giving them a performance to get behind on Monday.
Our academy pages provide positivity with progression in the Premier League Cup and a new signing for our PL2 side.
Senior Professional Development Phase Manager Richard Beale discusses the arrival of promising defender Cianole Nguepissi, who agreed his first professional deal with the Baggies following an impressive trial at the club.
And after defeating Arsenal 4-1 during their first meeting in the Premier League Cup, Albion’s Under-23s repeated the trick with the same emphatic scoreline to top their group and progress to the knockout stages of the competition.
Details of the young Baggies’ next opponents feature, along with all the impressive stats from their journey in the tournament so far, can be found in Monday’s copy.
Programmes will be available at several stalls in and around The Hawthorns on Monday night. They can also be purchased from the Stadium Megastore, which is located outside the East Stand.