Date: 3rd February 2016 at 2:53pm
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Head coach Tony Pulis and captain Darren Fletcher give their thoughts following the draw against Swansea City last night.

Hosting the Welsh side at The Hawthorns for the game, Albion can feel disappointed they only took a point given the number of efforts they had on target across the 90 minutes, but it did take an injury time leveller from record signing Salomon Rondon for them to come out of the game with something to show for it.

A disappointed Pulis, at the full time whistle, told the media that really the side should’ve levelled long before they did, and took the winner to return all three points given the chances on offer.




In Fletcher’s interview, he also talked about the point and also the fans chanting in his direction about his previous illness.



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One Reply to “Audio – Pulis & Fletcher Talk Swansea”

  • There was no chanting or abusive comments towards Fletcher regarding his medical condition. There was plenty in regard to his behaviour and unsportsmanlike ranting about an unconscious Swansea player and wanting a corner. We were very close to the pitch and Fletcher made his feelings known very loudly.
    It seems he has found a way of selecting attention from his appalling ill discipline.
    Perhaps if he had been more level headed he would have scored from the multitude of chances he wasted.
    WBA played well for long periods and fully deserved a point. Your wide players were particularly impressive and can only be feeling let down by their wasteful colleague.
    Good luck for the rest of the season.

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