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Megson names Denmark squad
GARY Megson has named a 19-man squad for Albion's pre-season tour of
Denmark.

New boys Martin Albrechtsen, Darren Purse, Riccardo Scimeca and Tomasz
Kuszczak are included in the Scandinavia-bound party for the three-game
trip.

But the news isn't so positive for striker Rob Hulse, who is not fit to
travel.

Last season's 13-goal top scorer has still not fully recovered from the
stomach problem which plagued him towards the end of the campaign.

He will stay behind in the Black Country to receive treatment, alongside
long-term knee injury victim Larus Sigurdsson.

The full squad reads: Russell Hoult, Tomasz Kuszczak, Simon Miotto, Martin
Albrechtsen, Neil Clement, Thomas Gaardsoe, Bernt Haas, Darren Moore, Darren Purse, Paul Robinson, Riccardo Scimeca, Sean Gregan, Lloyd Dyer, Andy Johnson, James O'Connor, Artim Sakiri, Jason Koumas, Geoff Horsfield, Scott Dobie.

Lee Hughes is unavailable for selection for the Denmark tour because of his
bail conditions, which state he cannot leave the country.

Boss Megson is also leaving Ireland international keeper Joe Murphy behind
so he can get regular action with the reserves.

"The players not travelling will be available for reserve team duty," said
boss Gary Megson.

"As for the keepers, we've taking Tomasz to Denmark so he can get to know
the rest of the players and leaving Joe behind so he can play games.

"It means Joe will be able to get five matches under his belt rather than
getting a half in here and there."

The three-game tour takes in matches against Danish Super League outfits
Odense BK, on Tuesday, July 20 (ko 7pm, at Svendborg) and Midtjylland, on
Tuesday, July 27 (ko 7pm, at Kerteminde) plus Division One side Fredericia,
on Saturday, July 24 (ko 5pm). NOTE: All kick off times are Danish local
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I really hope we sign a striker before these games so that the team can gel together, the strongest rumour is still Earnshaw.

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Odense BK 0 Albion 0 - at Svendborg

RUSSELL Hoult showed he is in no mood to relinquish his stranglehold on the Albion No.1 jersey with an all-action display against Danish Super League outfit OB.

The 31-year-old shot-stopper produced four fabulous saves as the Baggies kicked off their pre-season tour with a creditable draw.

Hoult faces renewed competition between the posts following the arrival last week of Polish international Tomasz Kuszczak from Hertha Berlin but rose to the challenge with an accomplished performance.

Jason Koumas also caught the eye after being deployed in his preferred central midfield role while new boys Darren Purse, Riccardo Scimeca and Martin Albrechtsen all tasted their first Albion action.

Gary Megson's side recovered from a slow start to shade the first half but were ultimately thankful to Hoult for emerging unbeaten after OB moved up a gear after the break.

Purse and Scimeca both made their first Albion starts as the tourists kicked off in a 4-4-2 formation.

But the new-look Baggies defence, featuring Scimeca at right-back and Purse alongside Gaardsoe in the middle, had two real scares in the opening 13 minutes.

Giant OB centre-half Jan Sonksen passed up a gilt-edged chance when he directed a free header woefully wide from Ulrik Vinzents' pinpoint cross.

Hoult was then called into action for the first time when he showed razor-sharp reflexes to turn Soren Berg's close range shot wide after ex-Norwich defender Steen Nedergaard's long ball had caught the Albion defence flat-footed.

It wasn't difficult to detect from the opening exchanges that OB were finalising their pre-season preparations - a league opener at Brondby looms on Sunday - while Albion were just beginning theirs.

But the Black Country side soon shrugged off their ring rustiness and dominated the rest of the half

After Geoff Horsfield linked up well with Koumas down the right, the Welsh wizard sent a low cross into the dangerzone which Vinzents cleared in the nick of time before Scott Dobie and Artim Sakiri could pounce

Sakiri, who started on the left but regularly swapped wings with fellow wideman Andy Johnson, then created Albion's best chance of the half when he whipped in a trademark centre.

Scotland international Dobie looked certain to score when he slid in at full stretch to poke the ball goalwards - only to see his effort fly straight at OB keeper Arek Onyszko.

Good work by Dobie down the right then allowed Scimeca to swing a deep cross into the box. Paul Robinson swooped to loop a far post header over the beaten Onyszko but agonisingly onto the roof of the net.

Dobie was soon in the thick of it again when he flashed a header across the face of goal after a mazy run and cross from Koumas.

It was strike partner Horsfield's turn to threaten next when he lashed a 20-yard drive straight at Onyszko from Dobie's neat knock down.

But the last word of the half went to Hoult who did well to keep out Andrew Tembo's 25-yard rocket before gathering at the second attempt.

The usual glut of half-time substitutions ensued, with Megson making six changes and fielding an entirely new back four, including record signing Albrechtsen, and they soon had their hands full.

Hoult was horribly exposed when Steffen Hojer's clever dummy from OB substitute Chris Sorensen's low cross found Mwape Miti all alone ten yards out.

The Zambian powerhouse, who finished joint top scorer in Denmark with strike partner Hojer last season on 19 goals apiece, had all the time in the world to pick his spot but fired straight at the Albion keeper, who had spread himself well.

After half-time substitute James O'Connor had clipped the top of the OB bar with a 30-yard exocet which had Onyszko clutching at thin air, Esben Hansen rattled the woodwork at the other end with a close-range header from Hojer's corner

Albion were unable to exert the same authority after the break and their failure to clear their lines resulted in Vinzents unleashing a ferocious 20-yard drive which Hoult did well to hold.

Thomas Lindrup also found Hoult's chest from a similar distance moments later after the otherwise steady Scimeca, who moved from right-back to central midfield at half-time, lost possession inside his own half.

But Hoult saved his best for last when he spectacularly tipped another Lindrup long-range missile on to his left-hand post before the danger was cleared.

Neil Clement almost won it for Albion in the dying seconds with a left-footed drive which drifted just wide of the far post from a tight angle.

OB (4-4-2): Onyszko; Vinzents, Nedergaard (Sederstrom HT), Sonksen, Derveld (Hansen HT); Borre (Sorensen HT), Stokholm, Tembo (Moller 79), Berg (Lindrup HT); Miti, Hojer. Sub not used: Martin S Jensen (gk).

ALBION (4-4-2): Hoult; Scimeca, Purse (Moore HT), Gaardsoe (Albrechtsen HT), Robinson (Clement HT); Johnson (O'Connor HT), Koumas, Gregan (Haas HT), Sakiri; Dobie, Horsfield (Dyer HT). Subs not used: Miotto (gk), Kuszczak (gk).

REFEREE: K Bogelund (Denmark)

ATTENDANCE: 1,000 approx
ALBION STARMAN: Russell Hoult

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Baggies win in Denmark

A goal in each half from James O'Connor and Scott Dobie helped West
Brom claim a 2-0 win against Danish opponents FC Fredericia.

The Baggies scored their first in the 28th minute when Brian
Jochumsen was dispossessed in attack by Neil Clement.

Jason Koumas and Dobie combined to set up a shooting chance for
Artim Sakiri, and when the Macedonian's shot was blocked O'Connor
was on hand to steer in the rebound.

Albion almost had a 2-0 lead to take into the interval when a 25-
yard free-kick from Koumas curled over the wall but clipped the top
of the crossbar.

The Danish First Division side twice hit the woodwork late on as
Orhan Avdic first hit the upright after a deflection left substitute
goalkeeper Simon Miotto stranded.

Anders Mandrup then wasted an even better chance, striking the bar
from close range.

West Brom breathed again and struck the decisive second goal with a
minute left. Thomas Gaardsoe laid on a pass to Dobie, who drilled a
shot home.

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FC Fredericia 0 Albion 2 - UPDATE

GOALS either side of the break from James O'Connor and Scott Dobie
fired Albion to a deserved win.

Man-of-the-match O'Connor capped an industrious display in the
middle of the park by breaking the deadlock in the 28th minute with
his first-ever Baggies goal.

And Scotland international Dobie put Albion's first tour win beyond
doubt with an assured 89th-minute finish.

As in the goalless opening game against Odense, Albion faced a side
who were much closer to finalising their pre-season preparations,
with Fredericia kicking off their league campaign against FC
Nordjyland on Saturday.

But Albion certainly weren't found wanting in the fitness stakes and
ran out worthy winners - despite the Danish Division One outfit
hitting the woodwork twice in the final ten minutes with the score
still at 1-0.

And there were plenty of positives for assistant boss Frank Burrows
to report back to Gary Megson, who returned to England yesterday
(Friday).

Polish keeper Tomasz Kuszczak was handed his non-competitive debut
as Albion experimented with a 4-4-1-1 formation, with Jason Koumas
playing just behind lone striker Dobie.

Ex-Hertha Berlin shot-stopper Kuszczak should have been presented
with his first test in the seventh minute but central midfielder
Thomas Dabelsteen failed to hit the target with an inviting free-
kick on the edge of the box.

Fredericia soon threatened again in what had been a low tempo
opening when Allan Dyring teed up a presentable shooting chance for
Mikkel Lindorff, but the solitary striker scuffed his effort wide.

Sean Gregan collected Albion's first booking of the tour for
upending left-back Jes Bekke, moments before Kuszczak comfortably
saved a 20-yard drive from Niels Christian Jensen which lacked venom.

Albion had struggled to make inroads into the Fredericia defence
early on as they toiled in the searing temperatures around the
coastal town - but snatched a 28th-minute lead with their first
effort on goal.

Neil Clement sparked a breakaway move by dispossessing Brian
Jochumsen just inside the Baggies half.

Koumas and Dobie then combined to tee up Artim Sakiri whose low shot
was blocked but the ball fell invitingly for O'Connor who slotted
home from 12 yards.

Albion almost doubled their lead 60 seconds later when Fredericia
keeper Jacob Nielsen had to produce a fine sprawling save at his
near post to keep out Dobie's 18-yard snapshot.

DOBIE DELIGHT...Scotland international opened his pre-season account
with sweet last-minute strike
The Baggies were now looking dangerous each time they broke and
finished the half strongly.

A surging Bernt Haas run set up another chance for O'Connor who
fired straight into the grateful Nielsen's arms from the edge of the
box.

And Koumas almost added to last season's catalogue of spectacular
goals when he clipped the bar with a curling 25-yard free-kick in
the final action of the half.

Fredericia made three half-time substitutions and one of the new
faces, Gezim Beqiri, could have clawed the Danes level in the 47th
minute but dragged his 18-yard shot wide.

Another substitute, Torben Holt, gave Kuszczak his final moment of
danger before being replaced by fellow debutant Simon Miotto when
the Fredericia striker fired just wide from inside the box.

Albion's first meaningful attack of the half saw Lloyd Dyer drag a
speculative 25-yard drive just wide with Nielsen beaten.

And the Fredericia keeper was equally relieved to see O'Connor's 20-
yard grass-cutter fizz inches past his right-hand post as he knelt
motionless inside his six-yard box.

Back came Fredericia and Anders Mandrup passed up a good opportunity
when he rose above the Albion defence to head Orhan Avdic's corner
just over.

Mandrup went even closer seconds later with a header from another
Avdic centre which looped just wide of Miotto's left-hand post.

Albion had two real scares in the final ten minutes when Fredericia
twice hit the woodwork.

Avdic struck a post with a 20-yard drive which took a wicked
deflection to wrong-foot Miotto.

And then Mandrup missed their best chance when he hit the bar from
close range after substitute Thomas Gaardsoe had unwittingly put him
in the clear by flicking on Holt's lofted pass.

But Gaardsoe turned the tables by putting one of his own team-mates,
Scott Dobie, through in the final minute and the former Carlisle
striker calmly slotted past Nielsen from 12 yards.

FREDERICIA (4-5-1): Nielsen; Thomsen, Laursen, Fakkenor, Bekke;
Jochumsen (Avdic HT), Pallesen, Dabelsteen (Mandrup HT), Dyring
(Holt 62), Jensen; Lindorff (Beqiri HT). Subs not used: Andersen,
Olesen.

ALBION (4-4-1-1): Kuszczak (Miotto 65); Haas, Moore (Gaardsoe 79),
Albrechtsen, Clement; Sakiri (Scimeca 62), Gregan (Johnson 65),
O'Connor, Dyer; Koumas (Horsfield 85); Dobie. Subs not used: Hoult
(gk), Robinson, Purse,

GOALS: ALBION - O'Connor (28), Dobie (89).

BOOKINGS: ALBION - Gregan (foul, 20)

REFEREE: P Abrahamsen (Denmark)

ATTENDANCE: 915

ALBION STARMAN: James O'Connor

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Frankly speaking!
Saturday, July 24 & Sunday, July 25

AFTER a light training session on Saturday morning, we made the one- hour journey to the coastal town of Fredericia for our second tour
game.

Geoff Horsfield had a touch of the flu which left us thin on the
ground up front as Scott Dobie is the only other striker who has
been able to travel with us to Denmark.

Therefore, we decided to play Jason Koumas just behind Scott in a 4- 4-1-1 formation which read: Kuszczak; Haas, Moore, Albrechtsen,
Clement; Sakiri, Gregan, O'Connor, Dyer; Koumas; Dobie.

Despite it being a slow game at times, our 2-0 victory proved to be
a good workout.

As I stressed at the start of last week, the manager told the
players before the Odense game last Tuesday they had 25 days and six
matches to stamp their name on the team sheet for our league opener
at Blackburn and establish themselves as Premiership players.

That principle still applies.

When, as a player, you're given an opportunity like that you should
grasp it.

It doesn't matter which players the media are speculating we may or
may not sign.

The current squad have a head start and have got to do everything
they can to get themselves in the XI at Ewood Park.

Against Fredericia, we kept possession and passed the ball well.
You're always pleased with a clean sheet and we worked very hard in
what somebody told me was 82F-degree heat.

We also scored two very good goals.

After one of the Fredericia lads made a mistake on the halfway line,
it was great to see five of our players – Jason Koumas, Scott Dobie,
Artim Sakiri, Lloyd Dyer and our goalscorer James O'Connor –
capitalising by getting into the box.

For the second goal, Thomas Gaardsoe played a lovely 40-yard ball
down the middle to find Scott, who had made a very good run, and he
showed good control to finish well.

Scott's goal celebration was rather 'outrageous'. He simply got up
and walked back to the centre circle! It looked more like he had
toothache than he had just scored his first goal of the season.

I can't let our visit to Fredericia go by without mentioning our
normally efficient kit manager, Dave Matthews, left his keys for the
team skip carrying all the players' kit behind in Odense.

Dave, however, got himself off the hook by finding a way to prise
open the metal containers without damaging them.

We saw an awful lot of Albion fans at Fredericia and the commitment
of our supporters never fails to amaze me.

They spend their own time and money to come over and get behind the
team and I want to say a big thank you and well done to all of them.

We trained again on Sunday morning before the players had an
afternoon of rest following the exertions of the previous evening's
game.

I took the opportunity to travel to Copenhagen with our Scandinavia
scout, Tommy Moller Nielsen, to take in Brondby's Danish Super
League opener against Odense, who we drew 0-0 with.

We bumped into our youth team coach Craig Shakespeare and physio
Alan Peacham at the game, which OB won 2-1.

The youth team have also travelled to Denmark to play in the Lyngby
Cup tournament and Brondby very kindly issued all the lads with
tickets.

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Midtjylland 0 Albion 2

NEIL Clement and Scott Dobie fired goals in three second-half
minutes to beat Super League outfit Midtjylland.

The Scotland international striker notched for the second successive
game as the Baggies finished their three-game Denmark tour unbeaten.

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Midtjylland 0 Albion 2 - UPDATE

ALBION tamed Denmark's very own `Wolves' with two goals in three
second-half minutes to wrap up their tour with a second successive
win.

The Baggies were too powerful for the Super League side and the
impressive Scott Dobie's second goal in as many games in the 75th
minute sealed a deserved victory after Neil Clement had opened the
scoring.

The early signs are certainly encouraging for Albion's new-look
defence having failed to concede a single goal on their three-game
trip.

Albion played with a back four - featuring new boys Riccardo
Scimeca, Darren Purse and later Martin Albrechtsen - for the third
successive game and rarely looked in danger.

This may have been a friendly fixture being played in the
picturesque setting of seaside resort Kerteminde, but it turned out
to be a highly competitive workout for the Baggies.

Albion's bid to finish their tour unbeaten was aided by the absence
of Midtjylland's highly-rated striker, Egyptian international
Mohamed Zidan, who scored a match-winning double against Thomas
Gaardsoe's former club Aalborg in Saturday's Danish Super League
opener.

Yet Russell Hoult still had to be on his toes as early as the fourth
minute to prevent them snatching a spectacular lead.

Centre-half Marc Moller met Jan Frederiksen's centre with a sweet
bicycle kick which the alert Baggies No.1 saved low to his left.

Midtjylland, who share the same nickname as Albion's Black Country
neighbours Wolves and whose mascot is a spiting image of `Wolfie',
won a dangerous free-kick moments later but central midfielder
Jesper Mikkelsen dragged his shot harmlessly wide.

James O'Connor, turning in another industrious performance in the
engine room, had Albion's first threatening moment when he struck
the foot of the near post with a miscued low cross which keeper
Peter Skov-Jensen had covered.

Albion, captained by Ł500,000 summer signing Purse in injured
skipper Sean Gregan's absence, were then relieved to see Michael
Hansen blaze just over from 20 yards before taking control.

Dobie was the first to go close with a powerful header from Jason
Koumas' corner before Geoff Horsfield's backheel sent the impressive
Clement away down the left.

The former Chelsea star, deployed on the left wing, beat two
defenders before unleashing an 18-yard drive with Skov-Jensen palmed
away and the danger was cleared before the lurking Dobie and Bernt
Haas could pounce.

O'Connor, Albion's star man against FC Fredericia on Saturday, was
in the thick of it again and he wasn't too far away with a 20-yard
snapshot from Clement's crossfield ball.

Koumas collected Albion's second booking of the tour in the 33rd
minute when, after mis-controlling the ball, he brought down Mads
Overgaard - a challenge which ended the Midtjylland striker's
evening.

Moments later, a forceful O'Connor run almost created an Albion
opener. The midfielder's left-wing cross was headed goalwards by the
towering Haas and the panic-stricken Mikkelsen sliced the ball
against his own post before Haas headed the rebound over.


Horsfield and Dobie then both fired wide from the edge of the box in
quick succession as Albion finished the half on top, although Skov-
Jensen had largely been untroubled.

Albion were soon on the attack again after the break and O'Connor
brought a disappointing end to a sweet move by firing over from 20
yards.

But the Baggies were fortunate not to slip behind in the 56th minute.

Substitute Leon Jesson exploited the acres of space down the Albion
right to charge into the box but wasted Midtjylland's best chance to
date by slicing wide of Hoult's left-hand upright.

It was Koumas' turn to try the spectacular next when he guided an
overhead kick from the edge of he box just wide of Skov-Jensen's far
post.

And the Baggies finally got the goal their physical supremacy had
warranted when Clement rose at the near post to head Koumas' corner
past Skov-Jensen in the 72nd-minute.

Albion's second arrived just three minutes later when workaholic
Dobie timed his run to perfection to race on to Scimeca's 40-yard
ball over the top before coolly beating Skov-Jensen with the outside
of his right boot.

Haas could have made it three after being sent clear down the right
by Horsfield's flick-on, but the Swiss international delayed his
shot too long, allowing Skov-Jensen to narrow the angle and block.

Dennis Sorensen had a glorious chance to become the first player to
beat an Albion keeper on the club's tour when Jesson's cross found
him unmarked in the box, only for the Midtjylland striker to fire
straight at Hoult.

Jesson gave the Baggies shot-stopper one last scare in stoppage time
when he dragged a left-footed drive just wide of the far post - but
Albion ran out worthy winners.

MIDTJYLLAND (4-4-2): Skov-Jensen; Smedegaard, Petersen, Moller,
Frederiksen; Madsen (R Hansen 65), M Hansen, Mikkelsen (Nielsen 70),
Erhenede; Overgaard (Jesson 35), Sorensen. Sub not used: Heinz.

ALBION (4-4-2): Hoult; Scimeca, Purse, Gaardsoe (Albrechtsen 56),
Robinson; Haas, Koumas (Dyer 75), O'Connor, Clement; Horsfield,
Dobie. Subs not used: Kuszczak (gk), Miotto (gk), Johnson, Moore,
Sakiri.

GOALS: ALBION - Clement (72), Dobie (75).

BOOKINGS: ALBION - Koumas (foul, 33).

REFEREE: Claus Bo Larsen (Denmark)

ATTENDANCE: 700 approx
ALBION STARMAN: Scott Dobie

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