Date:Thursday January 5 2006
Robson has turned down two transfer requests from Earnshaw but is believed to have made a U turn concerning the strikers Albion future.
Earnie has been unhappy at his lack of opportunities this season after finishing last season as top scorer he was expecting to be given more chances this year.
It looks as though Earnie will be leaving Albion during the transfer window with a number of clubs believed to be in the hunt for him.
I for one hope that Albion do not sell him to a rival club in the division as it could come back to haunt us. Earnie is a goalscorer and will score goals for any club given the chance.
Hopefully Albion have a player in mind to replace Earnie and hopefully he can adapt quickly.
West Brom are going to need someone to hit form and score the goals to help drag them from the wrong end of the league.
With both Portsmouth and Blues set to splash the cash Robson is going to have to pick up some bargains in the January sales.
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