There is another jam-packed edition of Seagull on Saturday.
We are now at the business end of the season and having been in this situation before with Hull City, Liam Rosenior provides a fascinating insight into how the players need to approach the final games of the campaign.
Tomer Hemed looks back at his brace against MK Dons a fortnight ago and we also have a fans’-eye view of the day, where over 7000 Albion supporters travelled to stadium:mk.
Albion women are currently top of the FA Women’s Premier League Southern Division table and midfielder Kirsty Barton issues a rallying cry ahead of the vital home game against Portsmouth on Sunday, while we also catch up with January signing, Norwegian U21 midfielder Henrik Bjordal.
- REPORT: MK DONS 1 ALBION 2
- HOME SELL-OUT EXPECTED FOR BURNLEY CLASH
- ALBION INTERNATIONAL ROUND-UP
- CROFTS JOINS GILLS ON LOAN
- PLAYERS' AWARDS DINNER DATE CONFIRMED
The theme of our popular retro section this week is comedy goals, where John Crumplin talks us through a particularly cheeky goal at Wrexham, while George Parris recalls the day he used his initiative to get the better of Bristol Rovers.
Kit Napier, Willie Irvine and Dale Jasper are also profiled in your 84-page issue of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.