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West Brom have completed the signing of French striker Nicolas Anelka on a one-year deal.
A Romelu Lukaku hat-trick sees West Bromwich Albion come back from 5-2 down to draw 5-5 with Man Utd on Sir Alex Ferguson's final game.
Kick-off for tonight's game at The Hawthorns between Albion and @mcfc has been delayed until 8.15pm due to heavy traffic
Tonight's Premier League game between West Bromwich Albion and Manchester City has been delayed until 8:15pm because of heavy traffic around the Hawthorns.
God is great, iam happy to say ive signed a new contract at west brom,wana thank all the players staff and my family for helping me get it.
West Brom forward, Saido Berahino, has been rewarded for his excellent form with a new contract which commits him to the club until June 2017.
The Academy graduate, who scored against Manchester United at Old Trafford earlier this season, signed a three-and-a-half-year deal this morning.
Berahino has been linked to Chelsea and Arsenal but committed his immediate future to the Baggies.
Sporting & Technical Director Richard Garlick said the contract is just reward for the rapid progress the 20-year-old striker has made this year:
“It was always our intention to reward Saido for the huge strides he has made over the past few months.
“But he has done exceptionally well to get where he is and he now has to focus on what got him here – hard work and keeping his feet on the ground."
West Brom striker Shane Long has stressed the need for Albion to learn from their mistakes after they let a two-goal lead slip in Monday's 2-2 draw with Midlands rivals Aston Villa.
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West Brom say they will hold contract talks with head coach Steve Clarke in the new year.
Clarke, who took over from England manager Roy Hodgson at The Hawthorns in June 2012, is out of contract at the end of the season.
Under Clarke, the Baggies are currently in tenth place having finished eighth last season.
A new sign welcoming people to West Bromwich is being unveiled today.
The sign is based on a statue of Albion legends Brendon Batson, Laurie Cunningham and Cyrille Regis.
The statue will be unveiled in West Bromwich town centre next summer.
A premier league footballer is warning drivers not to leave their cars unattended while they defrost this winter.
In December 2011 thieves stole West Bromwich Albion defender Liam Ridgewell's Audi Q7 which was left defrosting outside his Sutton Coldfield home.
Liam, who formerly played for both Aston Villa and Birmingham City, said: "I understand how easy it is to get complacent about leaving your car running while it’s defrosting.
"You just assume nothing will happen to it especially if you’re only leaving it for a moment. That’s exactly what I did only to come out and find my car had gone!
"I was fortunate because the police did a great job and got my car back for me very quickly but I suggest people learn from my error when defrosting their cars this winter because you may not be as lucky as I was.
"I’ve certainly learned my lesson and won’t be leaving my car unattended when defrosting it again."
A Manchester United fan who set off a smoke bomb during their clash with home team West Brom - Sir Alex Ferguson's last game in charge - has been banned from any football grounds for three years.
Matthew Barton, aged 20, set off the bomb in the Hawthorns' away end during the May 19 match.
Barton, of Monton in Greater Manchester, was handed the order this week at Sandwell Magistrates Court after admitting possessing a smoke bomb at a sporting event.
The football banning order also prevents him from travelling overseas to watch a game.
PC Martin Portman, from the West Midlands Police Force Football Unit, warned anyone who sets off flares or other similar devices faces a long spell out of the Beautiful Game.
Flares and fireworks at games are banned in the UK for a reason - they have the potential to cause harm and distress, and are a serious fire risk.
Anyone found trying to smuggle in any pyrotechnic devices can expect lengthy football banning orders keeping them out of all British grounds and from travelling to matches abroad.
Motorists travelling near the M5 are being warned of potential delays as football fans and bonfire party-goers are expected to flood the area.
Just as the final whistle is blown at West Brom's home game against Crystal Palace, the gates will open at the annual Sandwell Bonfire - meaning congestion around junction one of the motorway is likely.
The Highways Agency's emergency planning officer, Frank Bird, said people should try to find alternative routes, or leave extra time to get where they are going.
– Frank Bird, Highways Agency Emergency Planning Officer
I would advise drivers leaving the football match or heading to bonfires to plan their routes carefully and be aware traffic may well be heavy on and around the M5 junction 1, especially from around 5pm.The glow of the Sandwell Bonfire is often visible from the motorway, so I would ask drivers to bear this in mind and drive carefully keeping their eye on the road at all times.
Extra security will be in place tomorrow as the Baggies face the Potters in a Midland derby after a series of incidents involving smoke bombs being set off in football grounds.
Police have urged Baggies fans hoping to travel to Stoke-on-Trent to watch their club take on the Potters not to travel unless they already have tickets.
Officers say there have been a "number" of recent incidents were supporters have let off smoke bombs, flares and fireworks at football stadiums in recent weeks, and said ticketless fans will not be allowed into the grounds.
West Midlands Police's match commander Ch Insp Carl Ratcliffe said "thorough" searches would be carried out tomorrow ahead of the 3pm kick-off.
“There have been a number of incidents nationally in recent weeks where smoke bombs/flares and other firework type explosives have been let off by supporters and I want to warn people against this type of behaviour," he said.
“We are working closely with the club and will be carrying out a through search operation and anyone found in possession of such items will be arrested.
“Our joint aim is to ensure the safety of all supporters so everyone can have an enjoyable time."