What’s coming up this week?

We take a look at what Albion fans should look out for over the coming few days on our website and across our social media channels.

By Alex Stedman • 04 April 2020

By Paul Hazlewood
There's plenty to look out for across our channels in the coming days!

There may not be any football on the pitch to enjoy for a while, but there’s still plenty of Albion content for you to delve into! 

Our Albion World Cup of Goals continues through the group stages every day up until Easter Sunday. 

Sebastien Pocognoli, Robbie Reinelt and Elliott Bennett make up the trio for the first quarter-final, and supporters can continue to have their say on who’ll make the knockout stages by voting every day from 12-7pm on our Twitter channel.


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Barber & Potter press conference

Head coach Graham Potter and chief executive and deputy chairman Paul Barber have given updates on the impacts of the coronavirus and there were plenty of talking points. 

Today you’ll be able to read more about their decision, along with technical director Dan Ashworth, to take a pay cut for the next three months. 

Potter also talks about how his players are coping with the unprecedented circumstances, and there’s a Betway feature with Dan Burn on how the defender keeps busy during the lockdown. 

On Sunday, Graham Potter discusses how he is using from action to reflect upon and review the season, while Barber speaks about prioritising health over football, and on Monday the boss talks about the challenge of getting the squad back up to match fitness when the season resumes. 

We catch up with midfielder Ellie Brazil as she battles back from knee surgery and we’ll also take a look back at some classic moments in the history of Albion’s women’s team, including some of their top goals which you’ll be able to find on Twitter. 

On Tuesday fans will be able to relive every kick of the memorable game against QPR at Loftus Road in April 2017. It will be three years since the victory at Loftus Road that took Albion one step closer to the Premier League and we’ll catch up with matchwinner Sebastien Pocognoli. 

Look out too for a feature with Albion fan Kieron Maguire, who co-presents The Price of Football podcast, a Q&A with defender Adam Webster and our ‘My Albion Memories’ feature continues throughout next week as fans reveal their favourites! 

With the Easter holidays starting next week, we will be launching an activity e-zine on our website. Packed with quizzes, competitions and video content, there will be plenty to keep our younger fans entertained! 

We also catch up with former Seagull Paul Reid, who looks back on his time at the Albion during the Withdean era and discusses how fellow Aussies Maty Ryan and Aaron Mooy are making headlines Down Under.