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West Brom's Premier League history

West Brom's Premier League history

Our Premier League story so far:

2002/03 - Albion's first season in the Premier League with Gary Megson as boss. We finish 19th. RELEGATED

2004/05 - Megson leads us back to the top flight after one season away. Bryan Robson replaces Megson as boss in November 2004 and we survive for another season in 'The Great Escape'. We finish 17th. SURVIVED

2005/06 - Robson leaves and is replaced by Tony Mowbray in October 2006. Albion finish 19th (above Sunderland again). RELEGATED

2007/08 - Mowbray leads Albion to the Championship title. PROMOTED AS CHAMPIONS

2008/09 - Albion finish bottom of the Barclays Premier League on 32 points and Mowbray goes to Celtic. RELEGATED

2009/10 - Albion clinch promotion with three games to go with new boss Roberto Di Matteo. PROMOTED - AS CHAMPIONS?

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Craig Coggle
Date:Sunday April 11 2010
Time: 3:34PM


2010/11 - Albion finish 14th. One point above Blues and three points above Wolves. What do you reckon ?
12/04/2010 10:44:00
We could certainly enjoy being a mid-table team for a change!
12/04/2010 15:05:00
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