Late late drama in other fixtures in the Premier League relegation zone mean West Bromwich Albion hold onto their Premier League status until the final weekend of the season.
A late, late goal in the game between Everton and fellow strugglers Southampton in the evening kick-off saved West Brom from relegation today - that game ended 1-1, meaning the Baggies hold onto their Premier League status till the very last game of the league campaign.
Earlier today West Brom dramatically beat Tottenham 1-0 at The Hawthorns, with Jake Livermore's injury-time strike against his former club.
"We've come together and there's been some pride restored and the feelgood factor within the community and within the supporters. I feel from the crowd there was an excellent energy in the football club.
If it has restored that I'm really happy for the club, that's all anyone would want so we're really happy.
The important thing for me is that we come together for the importance of the club, if we do that we'll make the right decisions for the future."
Meanwhile Stoke City were relegated earlier today, after losing at home 1-2 to Crystal Palace.
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West Bromwich Albion have today unveiled a very different looking kit for the 2014/15 season season - to mixed reactions from fans. The club says a more traditional navy blue and white striped shirt will return for 2015/16.
It will go on sale on August 1 at £44.99 for an adult shirt and £39.99 for juniors.
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Pepe Mel has been officially unveiled as West Bromwich Albion manager at the Hawthorns.
Read more on the appointment here.
West Bromwich Albion will officially unveil Pepe Mel as their new head coach later today.
He will take charge of the team for the first time on Monday night against Everton.
New Baggies boss Pepe Mel took to the training ground for the first time today.
The 50-year-old Spaniard met with assistant Keith Downing, before getting acquainted with his new squad.
He could be seen shaking hands with experienced defenders Steven Reid and Jonas Olsson, as well as goalkeeper Ben Foster amongst others:
New West Bromwich Albion Head Coach, Pepe Mel, has tweeted about his first training session in charge of the club.
He said he was pleased with the players after their workout.
I took training for the first time at Albion this morning.The players worked hard and I was pleased with the workout http://t.co/Slzqco9dAr