Baggies


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Bag·gies

 (băg′ēz)
A trademark for a variety of plastic storage bags. This trademark, often styled without a final s and in lowercase, sometimes occurs in print with the meaning "a small plastic bag": "[He] pulls out a Baggie full of parsley" (Washington Post).
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April 7, 2012 The last time these two faced off in the top flight, the Baggies picked up their first win in five games thanks to a resounding 3-0 victory.
Here, reporter JOSEPH MASI looks back on Don Howe's time as the Baggies manager and finds out it was not all good FROM Pep Guardiola and Zinedine Zidane to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and now Frank Lampard - it's now fashionable for clubs to appoint a former great as manager.
The 21-year-old winger is likely to be sold by the Baggies during the mid-season window.
McClean refused to show up for Albion's pre-season training camp in Scotland at the beginning of this month, making clear his desire to leave following the Baggies' relegation from the Premier League.
|Albion have Liverpool's number They might be Champions League semi-finalists, but the Reds just can't find a way past the Baggies.
Baggies boss was also keen on Theo WEST BROM boss Alan Pardew has revealed the Baggies looked into signing Theo Walcott before his Everton switch.
Pulis faced the wrath of the travelling support after the Baggies slumped to defeat at Huddersfield.
The whole family are Baggies fans, it would be really nice to finish here.
Next up for United is a trip to the Midlands to take on Tony Pulis' Baggies, who themselves lost at the weekend and who have been struggling for form recently.
The Baggies spent around PS10million on Brown Ideye last summer but any outlay on Rondon would eclipse that.
Zoopla, the property website, has told the Baggies to axe the striker (left) for Monday's game against TURN TO PAGE 65
The Baggies were superbly well organised against City.