Date:Saturday April 29 2006
Albion have been relegated and will be joined by neighbours Birmingham in the Coca-Cola Championship next season.
Portsmouth's win at the JJB Stadium against Wigan today meant that both the Midlands clubs have been relegated before the final day.
Albion, who survived last season in the Greatest of Escapes, did not play today and will play West Ham on Monday knowing that their season is over.
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Harry Redknapp and his Portsmouth side on their survival.
As for Blues we'll see you next season, a long with Wolves, just like the old days.
BOING BOING and fingers crossed the summer is what we all want, as for Peace, Robson and the players we will see you on Monday, looking forward to it.
Here is to Boinging back next season...
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