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Kilmarnock first up on Tour

Albion have named their squad for the 3-game tour of Scotland and have left out goalkeeper Russell Hoult and midfielder Jason Koumas.

Hoult has been out of favour at Albion since the impressive form of Tomasz Kuszczak won the Pole the number one spot. Hoult has been told he can leave The Hawthorns as soon as a suitable offer comes in for the former Portsmouth keeper. Jason Koumas has been left out as he continues his strike against the club after Albion refused the latest offer from Cardiff for the Welsh international.

Albion boss Bryan Robson has also been forced to leave out Neil Clement, Thomas Gaardsoe, Stuart Nicholson and Diomansy Kamara due to them all being injured.

Full Albion Tour squad:

Goalkeepers: Tomasz Kuszczak, Pascal Zuberbuhler, Luke Daniels

Defenders: Steve Watson, Paul Robinson, Chris Perry, Curtis Davies, Martin Albrechtsen, Jared Hodgkiss, Geoff Forsyth

Midfielders: Ibrahim Sissoko, Nigel Quashie, Rob Davies, Zoltan Gera, Jonathan Greening, Richard Chaplow, Darren Carter, Ronnie Wallwork, Junichi Inamoto

Strikers: John Hartson, Nathan Ellington, Rob Elvins

Albion are still looking a little lightweight up-front, rookie striker Michael Nardiello is set to sign a two-year contract after spending some time on trial but he has not been named in the squad travelling north of the border.

Albion will play three games in Scotland, the first tonight against Kilmarnock (ko 7:45pm), then we travel to Motherwell on Sunday (ko 3pm) finishing at Dunfermline on Tuesday (ko 7:45pm).




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Date:Thursday July 20 2006

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