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    by Published on 08-08-2017 15:00
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    With just four days to go until Brighton’s first Premier League season gets underway, we take a look at the club’s top-flight records and achievements from our only previous stint in the ‘old’ Division One.

    DIVISION ONE RECORD

    Albion were promoted to the top tier of English football for the first time in 1979 and survived for four seasons. During this time, we played 168 league games, winning 27.98% of our games, with 43.45% of matches ending in defeat. The club’s overall top flight record to date is: P168 W47 D48 L73 F182 A244

    Brighton have managed to achieve a respectable home record every season, with just a two-point swing separating
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    by Published on 02-07-2017 09:00
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    With the players reporting back for pre-season testing last Friday, the excitement levels start to tingle that tiny bit more as the countdown to the Manchester City game continues.

    Only time will tell how the Albion will do in their first 'Premier League' season, with a tough ten months ahead looking likely, but in Tony Bloom we thankfully have a patient Chairman who, to date, has only
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    by Published on 14-06-2017 09:00
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    With so much to look forward to in the coming season, including the Amex debuts of six teams (Everton, Man City, Man Utd, Stoke, Swansea & West Brom), plus the first competitive games for the best two teams in the division (Chelsea & Tottenham), It's time to take a look back to see how the Albion have fared in their League meetings against next year's opponents.
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    by Published on 11-05-2017 08:30
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    Chris Hughton has spent just four full seasons managing in the Championship. In that time he has won two promotions (inc. one title) & reached the play-offs during the other two campaigns, with a fourth placed finish at Birmingham his worst season in the second tier.

    Hughton has been recognised for his efforts by winning
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    by Published on 30-04-2017 19:45
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    No doubt this week will feel like an eternity as we wait for the final round of matches to be played before we find out who will be crowned as the best team in the Championship this season.

    While we wait, all we can do is rack our brains trying to predict which team looks the most likely to be adding Silvo Polish to their shopping list next Sunday.

    Albion face an Aston Villa side on an impressive run of form at home:
    P6 W5 D0 L1 F9 A3
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    by Published on 30-04-2017 15:00
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    With Brentford v Blackburn Rovers and Nottingham Forest v Ipswich Town being selected for live coverage by Sky Sports next Sunday, Albion's season of disruption by the broadcaster has finally come to an end.

    The Albion finished behind Newcastle for matches selected, but earned more money in TV revenue due to having the most home games shown live. (£100,000 paid to home teams & £10,000 to away teams)



    Despite BT
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    by Published on 23-04-2017 19:30
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    On Saturday Chris Hughton will take charge of his 125th Brighton game, joining Micky Adams (1st stint) as the club's 11th longest serving manager.

    If all goes well next season, he should end 17/18 as the club’s 7th longest servicing gaffer, overtaking Chris Cattlin (136), Mark McGhee
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    by Published on 23-04-2017 13:00
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    It was amazing to see so many of the club's fans invading the pitch on Monday to celebrate the Albion achieving promotion to the Premier League. The victory over Wigan was also another landmark, with the Albion winning their 250th Championship point at the Amex.

    With one
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    by Published on 23-04-2017 09:30
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    Before entertaining Birmingham on the 4th April, Brighton's home record was a 3-0 win away from matching that of the final home table of the 1978/79 promotion winning side led by Alan Mullery.



    However, Che Adams 85th minute deflected shot ruined what could have
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