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Tony Pulis reveals fears over Ben Foster after West Brom goalkeeper injures knee playing with son

West Brom head coach Tony Pulis revealed a knee injury kept Ben Foster out of Monday night’s 1-1 draw at Leicester. Albion have yet to determine the extent of the injury, which the 34-year-old goalkeeper sustained during the international break while playing in the garden with his children. However, Pulis admitted he is worried about the problem given Foster missed 10 months in the 2015-16 season with anterior cruciate ligament damage. To compound his goalkeeping problems, stand-in Boaz Myhill, making his first Premier League start since April 2016 in Foster’s…

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West Brom manager Tony Pulis dismisses links to Wales job

West Brom boss Tony Pulis has dismissed links to the Wales job.  The 59-year-old, who was born in Newport, has been installed as one of the favourites for the role with current manager Chris Coleman assessing his future.  Wales failed to qualify for the World Cup after a 1-0 home defeat to the Republic of Ireland on Monday ended their hopes of reaching the play-offs. Coleman has said he is considering his position after previously saying it would be his final campaign. READ MORE: Gareth Bale and senior Wales players urge…

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West Brom don't need to sell Evans…but every player has their price – Pulis

West Brom “don’t need or want to sell” captain Jonny Evans, says manager Tony Pulis who went on to concede “every player is for sale at the right price”. Albion have rejected an £18m bid from Manchester City for the defender, 29, who has two years left on his contract. Pulis said: “It would be crazy to say West Brom won’t sell if a huge amount of money is put in front of you. “It’d need to be a good offer. We’re not desperate for money. Jonny’s one of our…

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Saido Berahino: Striker not my problem anymore – West Brom boss Tony Pulis

West Brom boss Tony Pulis says he does not “give a damn” about Saido Berahino’s future because the Stoke City striker is no longer his problem. Potters boss Mark Hughes confirmed Berahino, who joined the Potters in January, had served an eight-week suspension when he was at West Brom. His comments follow newspaper reports Berahino was banned after failing an out-of-competition drugs test. “Anything Stoke asked for, we told them the truth,” Pulis told BBC WM Sport. “We never picked him again because his fitness levels, mental levels, were never…

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