Robson faces tough decision
By Andrew Scurr
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Bryan Robson faces a selection headache ahead of their game on Sunday.West Brom manager Bryan Robson faces a selection headache ahead of their clash with Middlesbrough on Sunday.
Both Chris Kirkland and Tomasz Kuszczak are vying for the spot, and Robson admits that he has a tough decision to make.
Kirkland had been first choice at The Hawthorns, however after bruising his kidney in the game against Bolton, Kuszczak has stepped in and performed admirably.
Robson believes that he has three goalkeepers that he can trust, and as a trio, they are one of the best in the business.
"Chris was doing well before his injury and Tomasz has also done well for us," Robson admitted.
"We also cannot forget Russell Hoult who did well on loan at Notts Forest.
"I wouldn't swap my three keepers for anyone else's in the country."
Robson is expected to make a decision on who will be between the posts in the next 48 hours, after watching both players in training.
"I'll assess how all three get on in training. It's up to them to impress me and by Thursday I'll know which one is playing.
"It's a difficult decision."
Meanwhile, Paul Robinson will also be available on Sunday after serving a three-game suspension for his sending-off in the Carling Cup tie with Fulham.
However, the full back also has a tough task to regain his place after some solid performances from Martin Albrechtsen in Robinson's absence.