I thought I would chuck in my ten-penneth on the West Bromwich Albion “taxigate 4” incident in Spain that has embarrassed the players involved, the club and it’s fans. I was not there are confess I only know what I have read and from the official West Bromwich Albion Statements. I have not spoken to any of the players so have not heard their side of it yet.
West Bromwich Albion’s owner Mr Guochuan Lai yesterday sacked the club Chairman John Williams and CEO Martin Goodman and replaced them with former director Mark Jenkins as CEO. The sackings are simply the penalty for failure and after changing the manager and players I suppose changing the top level management was the last throw of the survival dice in what has been a miserable Premier League season so far for the club and its loyal supporters.
West Bromwich Albion’s owner Mr Guochuan Lai have sacked the club Chairman John Williams and CEO Martin Goodman and replaced them with former director Mark Jenkins as CEO. The sackings are simply the penalty for failure and after changing the manager and players I suppose changing the top level management was the last throw of the survival dice in what has been a miserable Premier League season so far for the club and its loyal supporters.
As a trustee & ambassador for HHHOs I can’t wait for tomorrow when we open the new drop in cancer centre on Harry Moseley’s 18th Birthday. It will be an emotional day for Harrys mom Georgie Moseley & she has some amazing news to tell you at 12.30pm- see you there https://t.co/kBmzJlinil
@telfordblues I hear what you say but U23 football is totally different from the pressure of a relegation fight- and IMO to throw kids in might not be thr right thing to do. - maybe one but yo yse s fee would not help imo
@telfordblues These are against teams around is in the table so they are the most important- as you deny them points of you win- its better to beat Barnsley than Cardiff IMO - just because they are in that mini league at bottom
Of course I would like them to win all games
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