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Mowbray Eyes Four

Albion just missed out on promotion last season after losing 1-0 in the Play-Off Final to the hands of Derby County, now manager Tony Mowbray is keen to bring in new faces to make sure that they don't fail next season.

However the former Hibernian manager has already lost Diomansy Kamara (Fulham), Jason Koumas (Wigan Athletic) and Paul McShane (Sunderland) with Curtis Davies and Paul Robinson likely to leave also.

Meawhile Mowbray has been shrewd in the transfer market and has to date brought in five new players in; Craig Beattie, Filipe Teixeira, Leon Barnett, Tiniho, Shelton Martis and Bostjan Cesar.

Now the Baggies boss plans to bring in four more players before the start of the new season.




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Date:Monday August 6 2007

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