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A WBA Fan’s View: Roy Hodgson, The Right Man at the Right Time

Ross Giles is a West Bromwich Albion fan, you can follow him on Twitter here. He’s seen a lot of ups and downs over the past few years, but here, he explains how one man may just be changing the fortunes of his beloved club…

Fans of West Bromwich Albion have been used to a rollercoaster. For the last 11 seasons, they have either been in a promotion or relegation scrap going into the last weeks of the season. Only once have they survived in the Premier League after promotion, the miraculous “Great Escape” in 2004/05, which was little more than a lucky fluke after only winning one of the last seven games and being the best of a very bad bunch. The next season a similar run meant they were relegated with matches to spare. This year looked much the same until the appointment of Roy Hodgson.

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What The Locals Say – Hodgson Walks Alone, The People’s Choice Steps In

So, Roy Hodgson leaves Liverpool under a cloud, replaced by Liverpool legend and former title-winning manager, Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish MBE. Opinions are divided across the nation, but what do the locals have to say? Let’s see…

Dalglish Celebrate Winning the title with Ronnie Moran and Roy Evans. Picture sourced from Flickr is by wekkuzipp

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Around The Grounds – 3rd to 9th Jan 2011

Checking out the best of this week’s football blog entries. This week; Clint Dempsey tackles his own team mate, Sylvie Van der Vaart keeps it up, Robinho’s freak injury and more…

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