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Cyrille Regis West Bromwich Albion 1978

Cyrille Regis West Bromwich Albion 1978

Tony Brown West Bromwich Albion 1970

Tony Brown West Bromwich Albion 1970

Laurie Cunningham West Bromwich Albion 1979

Laurie Cunningham West Bromwich Albion 1979

Cyrille Regis was eligible to play international football for either England or France (he was born in French Guiana, and moved with his family to England in 1962), but he chose the former and ended his career with five senior caps. A striker ahead of his time in many ways, Regis was an immensely powerful athlete who scored for fun, most notably in the colours of West Brom, Coventry City and the...

In this extract from the upcoming ebook covering Football Legends , PS Football takes a look at one of the Baggies greatest ever players , Cyril Regis.

The League Magazine on Twitter: "Jeff Astle of West Bromwich Albion https://t.co/CN7qPlfWQu"

“Jeff Astle of West Bromwich Albion”

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Jeff Astle celebrates scoring the winning goal in the FA Cup Final win against Everton at Wembley.

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What I wish I’d known before I got a greyhound – Writing in the Media – Medium