In Pastures Green by Chris Lepkowski

A gripping book charting Albionís dramatic 21st century fortunes is set to hit the shelves this autumn Ė thanks to Shareholders for Albion (S4A).

West Bromwich Albion today is unrecognisable from the Club as it stood at the end of the 20th century, with tremendous strides being made on the field and huge changes off it. We believe these momentous changes need to be recorded for posterity (and entertainment!) so we commissioned the Birmingham Post & Mailís long-time Hawthorns correspondent Chris Lepkowski to write "In Pastures Green". It tells the remarkable story, through a series of player interviews, of the clubís promotions, relegations, power struggles and FA Cup journeys; not forgetting, of course, the infamous Battle of Bramall Lane.

Richard Sneekes, Bob Taylor, Geoff Horsfield, John Hartson, Kevin Phillips and Jonathan Greening are among the Baggies big-hitters who have sat down at length with Albionís resident reporter to provide unique and revealing insights, and there is also a foreword by the one and only Big Dave - Darren Moore.

Discover which player turned up for transfer talks with a hangover and mistook chairman Jeremy Peace for a member of the catering staff, who drove his wifeís car in a busy street with dead rodents hanging from it, who had a photography ban placed on him and who walked into a Wolverhampton pub soon after the titanic promotion battle of 2001-02 wearing an Albion suit and tie!

It is stirring stuff, all 224 pages of it, and no Albion fan should miss out.

Order your copy now!