FAN CAM: West Bromwich Albion fans ' boing - boing ' and sing 'The Lord's My Shepherd' - Duration: 5. Questions and Answers about WBA FC. Here's where we try and answer some. The song released after the Albion won the play off. I'm afraid I don't know the artist. Celebrations from. As late as the s, a caged throstle was placed beside the touchline during matches and it was said that it only used to sing if Albion were winning. Albion's main club badge dates dfb pokal bayern aufstellung to the late s, when club secretary Tom Smith suggested that a throstle song thrush sitting on a crossbar be adopted for the badge. Unlikely, since Baggies was in use in the 's The name of protective trousers factory skat lernen online used in the area From supporters who bubblespinner bags baggies round to local pubs to save the club from extinction in When the club was nearly bankrupt in the 's, a number of the larger players left to have not only their shoes, but their kit filled by smaller players. In —93, Albion finished fourth and entered the playoffs for the first time, having just missed out the previous year. Like all football clubs, Albion sport a secondary or "change" strip when playing away from home against a team whose colours clash with their .