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Mowbray Sets Albion Sights

Albion boss Tony Mowbray believes that West Brom can quite easily catch promotion front runners Stoke and Bristol City, provided that we start winning matches.

Currently we sit 7 points behind league leaders Stoke City, and just 6 behind 2nd palced Bristol with 2 and a single game in hand over the pair respectively. The manager believes it’s just a matter of time before WBA can rectify that issue, provided that is we sort out our current poor form.

Speaking to the official West Brom site the boss said:

“Stoke and Bristol will lose games between now and the end of the season, it's really about what we do”

“If we can consistently win football matches we will go where we want to go.”

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Writer: BaggieInExile Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 29 2008

Time: 3:43PM

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funny comments, we can catch them up if we start to win matches. how else could we catch them? I have a feeling that stoke won't last so we do have the opportunity but need to get over our own sticky patch with a few wins.
BromBoy
You have had some dodgy results away from home. Going to be a tough one at Hillsborough!
will it ever happen
I reckon we've got enough to get passed them. Hopefully we'll give luke moore a whirl.
DolceBoy
 

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