WHEN the ball stopped rolling, West Bromwich Albion were sitting in second place in the Championship, one point behind leaders Leeds United and six points clear of third-placed Fulham with nine games to go. Understandably, there will be a sense of injustice among their fans should the “Baggies” not get promoted back to the Premier League they left in 2018. Hence they are eager for the campaign to be completed and insist the Hawthorns is “ready to go” for behind closed doors games. Although they’ve been out of the Premier just a short while, Albion’s financial position has obviously changed, underlining the power of English football’s top division. The club’s revenues fell by 43% in 2018-19 to £ 70.8 million, the highest in the…