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The England No 1 made a number of high profile errors, leading to his relegation to the bench

Loss of Miller for season adds to Mowbray's woes

West Bromwich left short of forward options after striker injured against Portsmouth

King crowns Hull's rise to dizzying heights

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Blackburn's Reid out for season

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Bolton Wanderers 0, West Bromwich 0: West Brom discover their tenacious side to muster first point

When you are newly-promoted and are finding the Premier League an unforgiving place, you welcome crumbs like a feast. West Bromwich Albion probably feel they should have got more yesterday, but they came away from the Reebok with their first point of the season.

Blackburn agree Bunn fee

Blackburn have agreed an undisclosed fee with Coca-Cola League One side Northampton for goalkeeper Mark Bunn.

Blackburn confirm Grella arrival

Australia international Vince Grella has joined Blackburn on a four-year contract, becoming manager Paul Ince's fifth signing.

Blackburn sign Manchester United full-back

Blackburn have agreed to sign Manchester United full-back Danny Simpson on a one-year loan.

Friedel to get his way as Villa close in on deal

The shuffling of goalkeepers between Premier League clubs began in earnest yesterday with Blackburn close to caving in to Brad Friedel's demand that he be allowed to move to Aston Villa, who face competition from Manchester City, while Liverpool sold Scott Carson to West Bromwich Albion in a deal that could rise to £3.75m.

Tottenham set sights on Bentley and ask £30m for Berbatov

Tottenham were at the centre of two of the biggest potential transfer deals of the summer last night with talks under way for David Bentley to join from Blackburn Rovers for a deal worth up to £17m. At the same time, Manchester United, whose chief executive, David Gill, has returned from holiday to take care of transfer business, were informed that they need to bid closer to £30m to sign the Spurs striker Dimitar Berbatov.

West Bromwich 1 Crystal Palace 1: Phillips' efforts frustrated by Palace defence

Kevin Phillips' joy at scoring his 200th League goal turned to disappointment as West Bromwich Albion missed out on a victory that would have lifted them into third place in the Championship last night.

Ramos keeps squad guessing over search for a keeper

Juande Ramos is expected to wait until the end of the season before appointing a goalkeeping coach.

Coventry City 0 West Bromwich 5: Bednar leads rout for Baggies

Mowbray's men click back into gear to motor past managerless Coventry after Doyle is dismissed

Cerny gaffe rekindles Robinson's dreams of Wembley

Radek Cerny's blunder in Prague on Thursday night has left the Tottenham goalkeeper fearing for his place in the team ahead of the Carling Cup final against Chelsea next weekend.

Slavia Prague 1 Tottenham Hotspur 2: Fast-starting Tottenham stutter after Cerny gaffe

Minus three on the pitch, plus one on the scoreboard. But a big negative mark for Radek Cerny. In plummeting temperatures Spurs won, but their goalkeeper lost. Again. Having witnessed the howlers of Paul Robinson there was a real blooper from the Czech Cerny on his return to his former club. It was even reminiscent of the mistakes made by the man he replaced, failing to deal with a speculative punt forward.

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