“What goes around, comes around” so they say, and all Albion fans, who were unfortunate enough to be at the ‘Madjeski’ when we last faced the Royals in the Premier League, would without doubt be hoping for a reversal of fortunes after the pain of that day.

For the info of those who cannot recall, Albion coasting to a comfortable victory were pegged back in the last eight minutes of an absorbing game, losing a comfortable two goal advantage and gate-crashed every newspaper headline. Congratulations to the ‘hoops’ that day, it was a marvellous performance by them, but Albion’s turn-a-round in the second half of Saturday’s contest, should hopefully have ‘put to bed’ the memories of that painful day for good, as ‘the ‘Chirping Throstles’ came from behind in swashbuckling style, to win the game comfortably in the end, after Reading had pretty much dominated the first period. Seven games unbeaten now as we go into yet another International break, time at least, for those tired legs to recover, and the fans to grab a breather after hours of motorway travel around the nation, before ‘hitting’ the road again in two weeks time, destination Wigan. Check this link loans by cashtrove
On yet another successful day, history was again at the forefront, with the class of ’93 being represented pitch-side, with Darren Bradley, Ian Hamilton, Darryl Burgess and Steve Lillwall being honoured by the club, receiving their ‘debut caps’. All four fine players being staunch supporters of the Association, with a special mention to Secretary Geoff Snape for making this group presentation possible.
In the Regis Suite, President Brendon Batson MBE OBE, was joined by Treasurer Norman Westbury, Tony Brown, Stan Jones, Jack Lovatt, Bob Taylor and Suite debutant Adrian Foster, who made 33 first team appearances, 19 of them from the subs bench, scoring twice, in a five year Hawthorns career, starting as an Apprentice in 1987. Adrian moved on to Torquay in 1992, where he teamed up with the gaffer Darren Moore, and it was great to see ‘Mooro’ pop into the Regis suite after the game to catch with his old team mate.”

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