It's immoral to have morals
Perhaps the biggest masterstroke was allowing Leeds to win this one,safe in the knowledge that Huddersfield blew up Friday,they (Leeds) after all are too far adrift to seriously overhaul us,but Huddersfield need pressure on them too-
I applaud Chris in allowing Albion to let this one slip-after all we always beat Leeds,so what other possible explanation is there for not another win..
In Deo Fidemus we know our history,yet we embrace change-Hello from the real Brighton
Posh? i'd say a non clock watcher,an early riser,creator of ones own fortune,a grafter,a clever dick,an inheritor,a late home type,one that makes sacrifice,gifted maybe.
Not the younger visionary type of coach. I would hope that Trollope would fit that role?
Meanwhile, I think the 72 minute substitutes are likely to do as much harm as good as the introduced players adjust from sitting on the bench to the pace of the game. 66 minutes for a new forward player when chasing a game.
I think we should try and play possession football when holding on to a single goal lead, but we are not so good as it as we use to be.
Brighton = blue
Albion = white
Hove = just a little gold necklace stripe
I don't think it's so much CH being negative in the big games as the tendency of the team to blow hot and cold. You never really know which Albion team is going to turn up on the day. Consistency is a problem IMHO.
Buy The Ticket,Take The Ride - Hunter S. Thompson
Football can sometimes be purely a matter of chance. We had enough chances to win or draw the game yesterday, but didn't as shots were cleared off the line, or the keeper saved it.
Palace won their game yesterday without a single shot on target.
Sometimes life just ain't fair, so you have to shrug your shoulders, say that's life, and look towards the next game.
We are second in the division, have the second best away record, the most number of clean sheets in the division and four goal scorers in double figures.
That seems fairly consistent to me.