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Baggies Need To Get Tougher To Survive

Baggies Need To Get Tougher To Survive

West Brom keeper Dean Kiely believes the Baggies must get tough if they are to survive in the Premier League and feels they could take a leaf out of Hull's book.

"We still have to feel confident we can stay up. Barring Manchester United, we've traded blows with the teams we've played in terms of footballing ability. We have to convert spending time on the ball into being effective and winning games. We've shown we're not out of our depth. This league isn't beyond us.

"Hull have been an inspiration after getting into the top flight for the first time in their history. I think they're using the newness of it all. It's a little reminiscent of when I was in the Charlton side that first got into the Premier League way back when."

To read the rest go to www.deankiely.com/blog.



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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Saturday November 15 2008
Time: 1:18PM

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Here's hoping for a cracking game this evening at The Hawthorns!
daspecial1
15/11/2008 14:48:00
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Credit is deserved. At the half you looked out and buried but gave it a good fight from then on. Nice atmosphere in the crowd, from what I could tell.
RadioactiveD
15/11/2008 19:44:00
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I thought at half time it was going to end up a cricket score....well done for keeping it down....
lincolnblue
16/11/2008 09:18:00
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