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West Bromwich rejects latest bid from Man City for Evans

Manchester City’s latest transfer target is a Premier League veteran, but he’s not going without a fight.

West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis confirmed that the club had rejected a transfer bid for former Manchester United centerback Jonny Evans from Manchester City. 249 more words

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GW2_Prep_Finding Next Hegazi

Just like the Egyptian mysteries, we were left spell bound by the rise of Mummy 🙄, very own Egyptian things.

  1. GW1 Highest points earned BPL player, Hegazi – 15 points.
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Brunt, Bournemouth and The Baggies

Brilliant Brunt

Today marks the 10th anniversary of Chris Brunt joining West Brom, signing for the side then managed by Tony Mowbray for a fee in the region of 3 million pounds, and to this day he remains a pivotal cog in West Brom’s team. 1,018 more words

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Crawford v Indongo preview and fan thoughts

Terence Crawford (31-0) and Julius Indongo (22-0) put it all on the line this Saturday when they meet in a Light Welterweight unification clash at the Pinnacle Bank Arena, Nebraska. 463 more words

Summer Break - West Bromwich Albion

It has become something of a received wisdom within the present day that the mainstream media exist as the pinnacle of what is possible in sports journalism. 581 more words

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Boxing: Klitschko retirement means Joshua faces Oritz in WBA title defence...

British heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua will now face Cuba’s Luis Oritz for the right to defend his world title, according to the WBA.

27-year old Joshua had been due to face Wladimir Klitschko in a rematch of his title win, but the Ukrainian announced his retirement from the sport on Thursday. 173 more words

Wladimir Klitschko Retires Before November Rematch With Anthony Joshua

By Christian Smith

Wladimir Klitschko has retired from boxing “with immediate effect.”

The former heavy weight champion who was to fight Anthony Joshua in a rematch on November 11, made the announcement this morning. 134 more words

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