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Plans For Next Season To Be Thrashed Out

Roy Hodgson is apparently meeting with Chairman Jeremy Peace, Chief Exec Mark Jenkins and Sporting Director Dan Ashworth today to hammer out plans for next season.

Today should be the first of a few meetings over the coming weeks as Albion bid to build on what we've achieved this season and push on further.

Speaking to the press, Hodgson said.

'The very important meeting is now, when we sit down and look at what is possible, what isn't possible, what we'd like to do. I do know the Chairman is 100% behind trying to stabilise even more. This is his club, he wants the best for it, and he wants it to survive year after year. I share his ethos with regard to the club, but also he shares my desire and ambition to get as high as possible.'

Quotes from Sky Sports.

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Writer: Baggy Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 10 2011

Time: 3:14PM

 

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