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  1. Boing Boing Baggies!

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    West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Clarke has been sacked from his position by Chairman Jeremy Peace after a falling out over Clarke wanting a new contract and asking for excessive wages. This resulting in Jeremy Peace sacking Clarke as he believes he will be able to and he quotes "I hope to bring in a new, young manager who is in it for the game, and not for the money."

    West Brom Begin Manager Search!

    It is reported that due to West Brom Chairman Jeremy Peace's statement about wanting to appoint a young manager, it has resulted in an influx of applications, and it is rumoured that Current Wigan manager Roberto Martinez is the front runner for the job.
    Last edited by adamm8; 14/11/2012 at 09:49 AM.

  2. Good luck, bud. Following
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  3. Moore Appointed Manager Of West Bromwich Albion!

    It has now been shown that Jeremy Peace was truthful about appointing a new, young manager, as Adam Moore, a relatively unknown 25 year old, former Sunday league footballer, becomes the youngest person to ever manage in the Premier League, as he embarks on his managerial career. During his very first interview with the press he states that "The Premier League is my main focus this season, whilst also hopefully trying to push higher into the top of the league, and potentially even a European spot."

    "Also, I am very grateful to the WBA Chairman Jeremy Peace, as not many clubs would hire a manager with near to none managerial experience, but I promise I will pay him back and I will try to rewrite this clubs history!"

    It is reported that Moore will be diving into the transfer market as soon as possible so he can build his squad up as he stated "I hope to build and finish my squad as soon as possible as this will allow me to see where we need to improve, whilst also allowing my players to get to know each other better."

    Moore now has around a week to get his bearings with the club, staff and players before they jet off to Germany for their pre-season training camp with his chosen squad:

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    Last edited by adamm8; 14/11/2012 at 09:50 AM.

  4. Oh god terrible story!

    Joking, Good read so far even if it is about the scum from down the road


  5. Quote Originally Posted by yamyam91 View Post
    Oh god terrible story!

    Joking, Good read so far even if it is about the scum from down the road

    haha glad your enjoying it

    oooo tbf they are better than wolves i dont even support them as i am a leicester city fan

    should be an update later tonight involving pre season and transfers (:

  6. Nice start. My dad would hate this story. He's a big wolves fan

  7. Chelsea, Stevenage and Dagenham + Redbridge Modern Day Legend
    Taken a liking to WBA in real because of Clarke being in charge and Lukaku joining them on loan so will follow Lukaku should bang them in for you

  8. Quote Originally Posted by cfc12345 View Post
    Taken a liking to WBA in real because of Clarke being in charge and Lukaku joining them on loan so will follow Lukaku should bang them in for you
    yeah the reason I liked the idea of managing them was because of how well they are doing in real life and because of them having lukaku the tank!

  9. After my first day in charge came to a close, sat at home I decided it would be a good idea for me to do some background research, so that I would know more about the club I hope to lead to glory and also learn about what history I have to live up to!

    West Bromwich Albion F.C.

    West Bromwich Albion F.C. are an English Professional football club based in the West Midlands. The club was formed in 1878 and have played at their home ground since 1900. They were one of the founding members of The Football League in 1888 and have spent the majority of their existence in the top tier of English football.

    President: John Silk
    Chairman: Jeremy Peace
    Chief Executive: Mark Jenkins
    Directors: Dan Ashworth, Adrian Wright, Richard Garlick

    The Hawthorns

    Capacity: 26,000

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    Home Kit | Away Kit

    Boing Boing Baggies!-home.jpgBoing Boing Baggies!-away.jpg


    FA Cup Winners:
    1888, 1892, 1931, 1954, 1968

    FA Cup Runners Up:
    1886, 1887, 1895, 1912, 1935

    League Cup Winners:

    League Cup Runners Up:
    1967, 1970

    League Division One Champions:
    1920, 2008

    League Division One Runners-up:
    1925, 1954, 2002, 2004

    League Division Two Champions:
    1902, 1911

    League Division Two Runners-up:
    1931, 1949

    League Division Three Play-off winners:


    Record Attendance:
    64,815 v Arsenal (FA Cup 6th round, 6 March 1937)

    Record Win:
    12-0 v Darwen, 1892

    Record Loss:
    3-10 v Stoke City, 1937

    Record Transfers in:
    £4,700,000 for Borja Valero from Real Mallorca (2008)
    £3,625,000 for Robert Earnshaw from Cardiff City (2004)
    £2,700,000 for Martin Albrechtsen from FC Copenhagen (2004)
    £2,500,000 for Lee Hughes from Coventry City (2002)
    £2,250,000 for Jason Koumas from Tranmere Rovers (2002)
    £2,000,000 for Sean Gregan from Preston NE (2002)
    £2,000,000 for Jason Roberts from Bristol Rovers (2000)
    £1,250,000 for Kevin Kilbane from Preston NE (1997)
    £748,000 for Peter Barnes from Manchester City (1979)

    Record Transfers out:
    £10,000,000 for Curtis Davies to Aston Villa (2008)
    £6,000,000 for Diomansy Kamara to Fulham (2007)
    £5,000,001 for Lee Hughes to Coventry City (2001)
    £4,500,000 for Enzo Maresca to Juventus (2000)

  10. I never new Borja Valero played for them!!! Nice start mate

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