Tony Pulis demands five new West Brom signings following new contract

Tony Pulis demands five new West Brom signings following new contract

Tony Pulis demands five new West Brom signings following new contract

West Bromwich - Egyptian worldwide defender Ahmed Hegazi scored the only goal as West Brom edged Bournemouth 1-0 in their Premier League opener on Saturday.

He said: " We need to get some players in and we need to get some players in quickly.

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West Brom are determined to remain a top-flight club in the face of growing pressures, to which Pulis finished: "We can never underestimate just how important it is to keep our place in a league that is now the most famous and the most followed in the world".

Pulis has introduced youngsters such as Sam Field and Jonathan Leko to the West Brom first team during his time in charge.

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Pulis agreed terms to extend his stay with the club until 2019 on Friday, and it was back to business 24 hours later as West Brom continued the theme of the previous campaign by displaying trademark defensive steel coupled with set-piece prowess.

"There's a lot of stuff for us to go away and work on and hopefully we'll come back better next week".

"We had more shots, more crosses and more end product than Bournemouth".

"We must never take that for granted and continue to commit every ounce of our energy to keeping our club in the division every club in the country wants to be in".

Jay Rodriguez, another off-season arrival for the Baggies, had gone close on a couple of occasions prior to Hegazi's header, while Bournemouth looked uncharacteristically bereft of attacking verve in their quest for an equaliser. "He's a good lad, speaks very good English, he's mixed in really well and he's done well alongside [Craig] Dawson today".

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