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Foster Backs Strike Force To Keep Baggies Up

Loan keeper Ben Foster believes that Albion have more than enough firepower to keep us in the Premier League this season, and hopefully enough to see us push on.

Speaking to Talksport following our disappointing 2-1 loss to Chelsea yesterday, he said.

'The key to staying in the Premier League this season will be those guys up front. Like you've seen from our last couple of matches at no point have we sat back and been happy to take a draw, we're looking to score goals and that's the way we should be playing.'

Shane has definitely made an impact since joining, and with Odemwingie returning to action it certainly bodes well given we have already seen Tchoyi and Cox can do a job and midfield aren't short of players who can hit the net either.

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Date:Sunday August 21 2011

Time: 12:20PM

 

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