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 By PA Sport

West Brom hero Victory Anichebe still not 100 percent fit, says Tony Pulis

Victor Anichebe's two goals guided West Brom past Birmingham at St Andrew's.

Head coach Tony Pulis hailed West Brom match-winner Victor Anichebe and insisted the Baggies must end his fitness problems.

The striker struck twice in the first half as Albion beat Birmingham 2-1 at St Andrew's to reach the FA Cup fifth round.

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Anichebe has battled groin problems this season and went to America for a boot camp in November to try to improve his fitness.

The former Everton striker has three goals in four games under Pulis, having previously scored just four times in his whole Baggies...

Victor Anichebe brace helps West Brom beat Birmingham in derby

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Victor Anichebe's quickfire brace edged West Brom into the FA Cup fifth round as they survived a scare to beat Birmingham 2-1.

After his first-half double, the striker has now scored three goals in four games since Tony Pulis took over at The Hawthorns.

Jonathan Grounds pulled a goal back just before the break but bullish Birmingham could not force a replay against their local rivals.

Andrew Shinnie headed over and Demarai Gray forced Ben Foster into a smart save as Albion rode out second-half pressure...

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Birmingham City tell police that funds were 'misappropriated'

Birmingham City's parent company has claimed around 2.55 million pounds may have been "misappropriated" by an ex-employee.

Birmingham International Holdings have called in the police to investigate after fears 30 million Hong Kong dollars could have been lost since December 2013.

A statement from Birmingham International Holdings read: "The board has recently discovered that as at the date of this announcement a former employee of the company may have misappropriated a sum of at least HKD 30 million...

Leeds United 1-1 Birmingham City

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Luke Murphy's late leveller earned Leeds what could prove to be a vital point in their battle to stay in the Championship as they drew 1-1 with Birmingham.

Up until the midfielder's 85th-minute strike it was blue and not purple that had looked like being the colour at Elland Road with United falling further into the relegation mire.

The Whites were seven without a win prior to this and outspoken owner Massimo Cellino went against his fear of the colour purple in order to negate his other superstition,...

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Football League probe influence of Birmingham owner Carson Yeung

The Football League is investigating whether Carson Yeung is still wielding significant influence at Birmingham City from his prison cell, the Press Association reports.

Yeung has been barred as a director of the club and is serving a six-year prison sentence in Hong Kong for money-laundering.

However, Birmingham's parent company Birmingham International Holdings Limited (BIHL) has made a statement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange regarding changes Yeung -- who owns 27.9 percent of BIHL -- wants to...