• We All Follow the Albion

    Published on 27-07-2012 22:59
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    Entire forests of newsprint, and terabytes of online opinion, have been devoted to the 'evils' of Premiership footballers' salaries.

    We've read how Rio Ferdinand should be addressing the famine in southern Africa, instead of test-driving the latest Bentley, and how Michael Owen now owns North Wales and most of Cheshire. Ashley Cole himself, told us in print, about the time he threw his mobile phone, at the sheer anguish of hearing ...

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    Published on 04-07-2011 19:42
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    Seagulls swoop for Mackerel (Smith)

    Excuse the tragic pun. My excuse is that my head is still spinning at the frankly incredible news, that the Albion have beaten Leicester and West Ham (and Norwich, QPR and Southampton, depending on who you believe) to the signing, of the much coveted Peterborough striker Craig Mackail-Smith.


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    Published on 21-06-2011 22:37
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    Incredible times to be an Albion fan right now, but disorientating too. Since when did the Albion make multiple seven-figure bids for potential signings, appoint glamorous, world famous personalities as manager or commission the building of state of the art stadia?

    Like everybody, I'm desperately excited about the imminent debut visit to the promised land, and revelling in sharing news of ...
    Published on 20-06-2011 14:12
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    Perusing NSC I noticed the subject of the gaps in the back of the South Stand have been raised again.

    Given the amazing season ticket sales for the 2011-12 season, many are expecting formal announcement of the expansion of the Amex to be made quicker than was probably envisioned when building of ...
    Published on 18-06-2011 13:03
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    As Ashley Barnes poked the ball home and the Withdean faithful rose to celebrate the Albion’s fifth goal of an incredible New Year’s Day victory over Leyton Orient, a bald man in a cap looked on, frustrated, forgotten, but determined to put things right…



    Russell Slade had been appointed Orient manager in April 2010, and, despite having successfully negated ...
    Published on 08-06-2011 21:04
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    …And so it came to pass, Lord Gustavo Augusto Poyet Domínguez lead Brighton on a merry dance to promotion with five games to spare and the title with four, to the promised land of the Championship. In the space of 16 months, he has transformed a team hovering at the wrong end of League One into a sleek passing, ball hogging, tippy-tappy outfit destined for greater things (certainly greater than Round One of the Johnstone Paint Trophy).



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