West Bromwich Albion blog

Blog: Pepe Mel's reign certainly promises to be exciting

West Brom boss Pepe Mel

Monday night's 1-1 draw with Everton was more OK than Ole, but there were certainly some positive signs that Albion's latest Head Coach, Pepe Mel, might prove to be a popular and successful one, writes Albion blogger Warren Stephens.

Blog: New lease of life just what West Brom need

The new West Bromwich Albion head coach Pepe Mel (right) arrives at Southampton to watch his new side for the first time.

It’s always a gamble for a football club in appointing a foreign manager. West Bromwich Albion will certainly be hoping it’s a big hit with newly named boss Pepe Mel, writes Albion fan Nathan Carr.

Albion's Norwich defeat shocked us all

West Bromwich Albion captain Chris Brunt and goalkeeper Boaz Myhill show their dejection after Norwich City's Leroy Fer scores the 2nd goal,

There were a lot of worried looks on Baggies fans faces during the immediate aftermath of this latest and worst defeat of the season, writes blogger Neil Whitehouse.

Blog: West Brom need to impose themselves to get back on track

West Bromwich Albion's Shane Long celebrates scoring his teams opening goal

Much has happened since I last penned one of these and since around half-time in the Villa game, most of it has been bad! One point from a possible nine and suddenly Albion’s plight looks a little more feverish than it did before, writes Albion blogger Warren Stephens.

West Brom run the risk of appearing whingers

West Bromwich Albion's Boaz Myhill complains to Referee Andre Marriner after his side conceded a penalty

Jeremy Peace is not one of football’s firebrands. Ruthless, determined and unsentimental, yes, but the Albion chairman has never been a man to rock the boat with the game’s authorities.

West Brom Fans Forum: We were robbed!

Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic is jostled by West Bromwich Albion players after picking up the ball following a penalty

Right now and under normal circumstances, everyone connected with West Bromwich Albion should have been feeling pretty satisfied that we were the club to put an end to Chelsea’s 100 per cent start to their home campaign, writes Neil Whitehouse.

Baggies need to bounce back against Crystal Palace

Liverpool's Luis Suarez leaves the pitch at half time after scoring two goals

Well it had to end sometime didn’t it? Any chances of Albion extending an unbeaten mini-run were stolen at Anfield on Saturday as we suffered a comprehensive 4-1 defeat writes West Brom blogger Warren Stephens.