A brilliant Mailbox. On Pulis, WBA, Everton, European Super League, overheads and Arsenal loanees
Wilshere made his debut for Bournemouth, but it was Wilson who struck the winner.
"To try and say they were the five that I wanted, that's wrong," says Pulis. Ouch.
West Brom have handed trials to Chamakh and Sissoko with a view to signing them as free agents.
West Brom chairman blames Pulis for changing targets late on deadline day for failure to land a midfielder.
Watford right-back Allan Nyom joins in a £3million deal with the club in talks with Hal Robson-Kanu.
Mamadou Sakho is refusing to leave Liverpool on loan despite the club insisting he will not play.
Plus some love for Conte and Walcott, hate for England, and conflict over Rooney. Obviously.
The Baggies are set to break their transfer record twice with Pulis desperate for reinforcements.
West Bromwich Albion and Middlebrough played out a goalless draw as both sides missed the opportunity to move into the top six.
We do not fancy West Brom's chances up against United, Barcelona, Bayern, Arsenal and Tottenham...
"We're close to a point where maybe we have to look at alternatives," Mark Hughes concedes.
West Brom lost on penalties to Northampton and Pulis admits they should have hit "double figures".
Plus Arsenal have less of a plan than Cardiff, Liverpool knee-jerks and a new Bosman ruling for Schlupp.
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