Category: West Brom

West Brom: Livermore set for Baggies return

The England international was omitted from the squad for the last two outings against Manchester City in the Carabao Cup and West Ham in the Premier League. Pulis played down Livermore’s absence and insisted that the midfielder required some extra time off after feeling “jaded”. The Baggies boss has now confirmed that Livermore

West Brom: Wenger ends Albion stopper interest

The Gunners are thought to have tabled an offer for the Northern Ireland international during the recent summer transfer window but were knocked back by Albion, who also rejected bids from Leicester and Manchester City. With Arsenal having struggled at the back at times this season, while Per Mertesacker is set to retire at

West Brom: Barry on Gunners link

The 36-year-old will play in his 633rd top-flight game and eclipse Ryan Giggs’ record if he features against the Gunners on Monday. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admitted he wanted to take Barry to north London when he left Aston Villa to join Manchester City in 2009 but could not compete with City’s financial muscle.

West Brom: Barry – I didn’t set targets

The 36-year-old will play in his 633rd top-flight game and break Ryan Giggs’ record if he features at Arsenal for the Baggies on Monday. He made his Premier League debut for Aston Villa as a second-half substitute in a 3-1 win at Sheffield Wednesday in May 1998. Barry joined West Brom from Everton

West Brom: Barry – I didn’t set targets

The 36-year-old will play in his 633rd top-flight game and break Ryan Giggs’ record if he features at Arsenal for the Baggies on Monday. He made his Premier League debut for Aston Villa as a second-half substitute in a 3-1 win at Sheffield Wednesday in May 1998. Barry joined West Brom from Everton

West Brom: Robson-Kanu backed by boss

City forward Leroy Sane hit a double to give City the win and book a fourth round home tie with Albion’s Black Country rivals Wolves, but it could have been so different. Sane’s third-minute strike looked like opening the floodgates and starting a victory procession as City dominated the first half at The Hawthorns.