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Baggies Head Stateside

The Baggies will go on a 12 day training camp as we prepare for our second successive season in the Premiership.

They will be based near Santa Barbara, California for 9 days, and will then move to Portland, Oregon for 3 days.

During that time we will face off against MLS teams, the San Jose Earthquakes at the Buck Shaw Stadium on July 12 (ko 7.30pm local) and the Portland Timbers at JELDWEN Field on July 20 (ko 8pm local).

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The Journalist

Writer: Baggy Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 12 2011

Time: 3:17PM

 

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