A message from Hope Powell

'We look forward to the day when we are playing again and feeling your love and support.'

By BHAFC • 24 March 2020

By Paul Hazlewood
Albion manager Hope Powell.

These are difficult times for everyone and in the current situation it’s only right that the FA have suspended football until 30th April at the earliest.

Of course, all of us miss the daily interaction with each other, being out in the fresh air training and preparing for matches. Instead, the players are training from home working to a specific plan put together by our support team.

The players and staff are in regular contact with each other, and we’re particularly looking out for the girls from Europe who can’t get home at the moment to be with their families and loved ones at such a difficult time.

To all our fans and supporters, on behalf of myself, the staff and players we want to say a big thank you for your support so far this season which has been unbelievable.

We don’t know when it will be, but we look forward to the day when we are playing again and feeling your love and support. 

We hope that you and your families are well and healthy and please do follow the government’s advice to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

On behalf of everyone at the club, to all our NHS and key workers we want to say a massive thank you.

Your selfless work and care is valued and appreciated beyond words by so many. We really appreciate the work you do and continue to do!

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