Foster Penalized For His Protests

Chris Foy has penalized Ben Foster for his protests against a decision of a fair challenge on Marouane Chamakh in the match between West Bromwich Albion and Crystal Palace where the Eagles managed to seal a 3-1 win. The number one of the Baggies said that their performance was not up to the mark which is why the defeat came but insists that it is one win which would help them be on track again.

The Baggies has not been in the best of form this season and has managed to win only one game in their last 15 league games. Post match Foster was asked about the performance of his team to which he said that they could not get into a good position but came close to scoring twice but the lads could not get the finishing touch.

This is something which the team has to work upon and the manager and the full team is already working on it. West Brom is close to getting relegated this season and if they do not manage to pull off a few victories then they would be slipping down the table more and more.

Foster was really happy with the team’s performance against Liverpool and hopes that they would be able to come up the relegation zone by the end of the season. He also went on to say that the Barclays Premiere League is really funny and he knows what a couple of wins can do to a team’s confidence.

Meanwhile Foster was really annoyed about the penalty decision of Chris Foy and said that it was an absolutely rubbish decision. In the interview he also said that it was a fair challenge and the penalty decision was wrong. He advised people to see the replay and check whether it was a penalty or not.