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West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Pre season tour
« Last post by Semaj Riatsila on Today at 01:15:51 AM »
Anyone on here going to Hong Kong?

I understand that a fair few fans are meeting at the Queen Victoria in Wan Chai from about 2pm on the Wednesday 19th!  Also that possibly the club are going to send someone down to do a meet and greet.

I've just heard this through sources from Sons of Albion.

Would be good to get as many of us together in one place so we can all catch up and make introductions and have a beer or two:)
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West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Guochuan Lai
« Last post by wbafeever on Yesterday at 10:41:20 PM »
Take a look at @theopoly40's Tweet: https://twitter.com/theopoly40/status/879772190291447809?s=09 not got anything to do with this but oh well
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West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Guochuan Lai
« Last post by saml30 on Yesterday at 10:39:47 PM »
Think I'd prefer some of the money to be spent on players instead...
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General Football & Sports / Re: Anything England Football
« Last post by caravanc58 on Yesterday at 08:36:43 PM »
U21s lost to Germany on penalties. again. >:(
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West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Guochuan Lai
« Last post by The Joust on Yesterday at 08:22:36 PM »
Showing a bit of ambition... Fair play.

http://mobile.ytsports.cn/news-3424.html

Palm Eco-Town to build West Bromwich Albion sports towns in China

June 26: As reported by Beijing Business Today (BBT), Palm Eco-Town Development Company, revealed on p5w.com that they plan to construct 5 or 6 sports (soccer) towns called “West Bromwich Albion Sports (Soccer) Towns”. Intelligent integrated landscape environments and the youth training academy of the Premier League club will be key features of these soccer towns.

Palm stated that they are now directing their strategy towards to sports-based towns. Having recently purchased the Premier League side, which is regarded as one of Palm’s key core resources, Palm is going to leverage their ownership of this club to develop the domestic sports market and establish sports towns in China. According to BBT, Palm has signed a deal with the local governing body of the New Area between Guiyang and Anshun, Guizhou Province. This deal will see Palm’s first sports town, which is currently under planning in this new area. Apart from this sports town, Palm also plans to establish 5 or 6 West Bromwich Albion soccer towns allowing Palm to increase their commercial returns and support Chinese football.

Founded in 1984 and listed on the Small and Medium Enterprise Board (“SME Board”) of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, Palm Eco-Town Development Co., LTD. is a leading landscape architecture firm in China. Through merging with Yunyi Guokai (Shanghai) Sports Development Limited,  the owner of West Bromwich Albion, Palm indirectly completed the £175m ($222.6m) takeover of West Brom in August, 2016.
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West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Pre season tour
« Last post by cads_ap_albion on Yesterday at 05:32:49 PM »
Are we going to have enough players to form a team for this tour?  :P

This isn't even funny is it? 13 senior pros of which two are goalies and three are injured.

The only crumb of comfort is that Pulis isn't moaning in the press and that suggests to me he is content that things are moving.....
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West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Safe standing
« Last post by The Black Pearl on Yesterday at 10:24:04 AM »
Wont happen in Halfords Lane new disabled seating been done there.

Requires new legislation, hmmm, in the current climate, don't hold your breath on this one.
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West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Safe standing
« Last post by kc56wba on Yesterday at 09:08:03 AM »
Wont happen in Halfords Lane new disabled seating been done there.
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West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Something smells.....
« Last post by WBAinDEVON on Yesterday at 09:01:09 AM »
The moaning most likely gets worse this year too and its contagious
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