1994–95 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season

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West Bromwich Albion
1994–95 season
Chairman Tony Hale
Manager Keith Burkinshaw (until 17 October)
Alan Buckley (from 20 October)
Stadium The Hawthorns
First Division 19th
FA Cup Third round
League Cup First round
Top goalscorer Hunt (13)
Average home league attendance 15,217

During the 1994–95 English football season, West Bromwich Albion F.C. competed in the Football League First Division.

Season summary[edit]

In the 1994–95 season, West Brom started the campaign very poorly with the Baggies winning just one in their first 11 league matches, leaving them bottom of the league and resulting in Burkinshaw being sacked as manager. Grimsby manager Alan Buckley took over the managerial vacancy and managed to keep them away from relegation.

Final league table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L F A W D L F A F A GD Pts
1 Middlesbrough 46 15 4 4 41 19 8 9 6 26 21 67 40 +27 82
2 Reading 46 12 7 4 34 21 11 3 9 24 23 58 44 +14 79
3 Bolton Wanderers 46 16 6 1 43 13 5 8 10 24 32 67 45 +22 77
4 Wolverhampton Wanderers 46 15 5 3 39 18 6 8 9 38 43 77 61 +16 76
5 Tranmere Rovers 46 17 4 2 51 23 5 6 12 16 35 67 58 +9 76
6 Barnsley 46 15 6 2 42 19 5 6 12 21 33 63 52 +11 72
7 Watford 46 14 6 3 33 17 5 7 11 19 29 52 46 +6 70
8 Sheffield United 46 12 9 2 41 21 5 8 10 33 34 74 55 +19 68
9 Derby County 46 12 6 5 44 23 6 6 11 22 28 66 51 +15 66
10 Grimsby Town 46 12 7 4 36 19 5 7 11 26 37 62 56 +6 65
11 Stoke City 46 10 7 6 31 21 6 8 9 19 32 50 53 –3 63
12 Millwall 46 11 8 4 36 22 5 6 12 24 38 60 60 ±0 62
13 Southend United 46 13 2 8 33 25 5 6 12 21 48 54 73 –19 62
14 Oldham Athletic 46 12 7 4 34 21 4 6 13 26 39 60 60 ±0 61
15 Charlton Athletic 46 11 6 6 33 25 5 5 13 25 41 58 66 –8 59
16 Luton Town 46 8 6 9 35 30 7 7 9 26 34 61 64 –3 58
17 Port Vale 46 11 5 7 30 24 4 8 11 28 40 58 64 –6 58
18 Portsmouth 46 9 8 6 31 28 6 5 12 22 35 53 63 –10 58
19 West Bromwich Albion 46 13 3 7 33 24 3 7 13 18 33 51 57 –6 58
20 Sunderland 46 5 12 6 22 22 7 6 10 19 23 41 45 –4 54
21 Swindon Town 46 9 6 8 28 27 3 6 14 26 46 54 73 –19 48
22 Burnley 46 8 7 8 36 33 3 6 14 13 41 49 74 –25 46
23 Bristol City 46 8 8 7 26 28 3 4 16 16 35 42 63 –21 45
24 Notts County 46 7 8 8 26 28 2 5 16 19 38 45 66 –21 40
  • Pld = Matches ; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points
Key
Football League Champions, promoted to FA Premier League
Promoted to FA Premier League
Participated in play-offs
Promoted to Premier League through play-offs
Relegated

Results[edit]

West Bromwich Albion's score comes first[1]

Legend[edit]

Win Draw Loss

Football League First Division[edit]

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
13 August 1994 Luton Town A 1-1 8,640 Taylor
28 August 1994 Wolverhampton Wanderers A 0-2 27,764
31 August 1994 Swindon Town A 0-0 10,964
10 September 1994 Millwall A 2-2 8,407 Taylor (2)
14 September 1994 Middlesbrough A 1-2 14,878 Ashcroft
17 September 1994 Grimsby Town H 1-1 14,496 Ashcroft
24 September 1994 Burnley H 1-0 13,539 Taylor
28 September 1994 Portsmouth H 0-2 13,545
2 October 1994 Stoke City A 1-4 14,183 Taylor
8 October 1994 Sunderland H 1-3 13,717 Ashcroft
15 October 1994 Tranmere Rovers A 1-3 7,397 Hunt
18 October 1994 Sheffield United H 1-0 12,713 Mellon
22 October 1994 Barnsley A 0-2 5,082
29 October 1994 Reading H 2-0 14,313 Hunt, Ashcroft
2 November 1994 Port Vale H 0-0 14,513
5 November 1994 Watford A 0-1 8,419
13 November 1994 Charlton Athletic A 1-1 10,921 Taylor
19 November 1994 Oldham Athletic H 3-1 14,616 Donovan, Ashcroft, Taylor
26 November 1994 Notts County A 0-2 10,088
3 December 1994 Barnsley H 2-1 13,921 Heggs, Hamilton
10 December 1994 Sheffield United A 0-2 13,891
18 December 1994 Luton Town H 1-0 14,392 Donovan
26 December 1994 Bristol City H 1-0 21,071 Munro (own goal)
27 December 1994 Southend United A 1-2 6,847 Ashcroft
31 December 1994 Bolton Wanderers H 1-0 18,134 Hunt
2 January 1995 Derby County A 1-1 16,035 Hamilton
14 January 1995 Reading A 2-0 9,390 Hunt, Donovan
1 February 1995 Watford H 0-1 15,455
5 February 1995 Charlton Athletic H 0-1 12,084
11 February 1995 Port Vale A 0-1 10,751
18 February 1995 Notts County H 3-2 13,748 Hunt (2), Mardon
21 February 1995 Oldham Athletic A 0-1 7,750
25 February 1995 Stoke City H 1-3 16,591 Hamilton
4 March 1995 Burnley A 1-1 11,885 Hunt
8 March 1995 Portsmouth A 2-1 7,160 Taylor (2)
15 March 1995 Wolverhampton Wanderers H 2-0 20,661 Taylor, Ashcroft
19 March 1995 Swindon Town H 2-5 12,960 Rees, Hunt
22 March 1995 Millwall H 3-0 11,782 Hunt (3, 1 pen)
25 March 1995 Grimsby Town A 2-0 7,393 Donovan, Hunt
1 April 1995 Middlesbrough H 1-3 20,256 Rees
8 April 1995 Bolton Wanderers A 0-1 16,207
15 April 1995 Southend United H 2-0 14,635 Hamilton, Strodder
17 April 1995 Bristol City A 0-1 8,777
22 April 1995 Derby County H 0-0 15,365
30 April 1995 Tranmere Rovers H 5-1 17,484 Taylor, Ashcroft (3, 1 pen), Donovan
7 May 1995 Sunderland A 2-2 18,232 Agnew, Hunt

FA Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R3 7 January 1995 Coventry City A 1-1 16,555 Ashcroft (pen)
R3R 18 January 1995 Coventry City H 1-2 23,230 Raven

League Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R1 1st Leg 16 August 1994 Hereford United A 0-0 5,425
R1 2nd Leg 7 September 1994 Hereford United H 0-1 (lost 0-1 on agg) 10,604

Squad[edit]

[2] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Scotland GK Gary Germaine
England GK Tony Lange
England GK Stuart Naylor
Northern Ireland DF Paul Agnew
England DF Daryl Burgess
England DF Scott Darton
England DF Paul Edwards
England DF Craig Herbert
England DF Paul Mardon
England DF Neil Parsley
England DF Paul Raven
England DF Gary Strodder
England MF Darren Bradley
England MF Stacy Coldicott
England MF Kevin Donovan
No. Position Player
England MF Ian Hamilton
England MF Roy Hunter
Northern Ireland MF Bernard McNally
Scotland MF Micky Mellon
Republic of Ireland MF Kieran O'Regan
England MF Mike Phelan
England MF David Smith
England FW Lee Ashcroft
Netherlands FW Jeroen Boere (on loan from West Ham United)
England FW Graham Fenton (on loan from Aston Villa)
England FW Carl Heggs
England FW Andy Hunt
Wales FW Tony Rees
England FW Bob Taylor

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