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  1. Poyet - Reds will test players [Sky Sports News]
  2. Gus: Loan deal was a no brainer [The Argus]
  3. March treble wins it for kids [The Argus]
  4. Navarro must forget Red allegiance [The Argus]
  5. Poyet: It could be the right time to play Liverpool [The Argus]
  6. Poyet up for Spurs test [Sky Sports News]
  7. Follow Albion at Liverpool [The Argus]
  8. LuaLua gets chance to shine at Anfield [The Argus]
  9. Liverpool v Brighton live! [Sky Sports News]
  10. Albion incentive is home draw with Stoke [The Argus]
  11. FA Cup quarter-final draw [Sky Sports News]
  12. FA Cup: Everton to face Sunderland in quarter-finals [BBC]
  13. LuaLua strikes but Albion are hammered [The Argus]
  14. Reds run riot over sorry Seagulls [GiveMeFootball]
  15. Poyet - We're not ready [Sky Sports News]
  16. 'Comic' defending cost us - Poyet [GiveMeFootball]
  17. Poyet: Cup thrashing is reality check [The Argus]
  18. Brighton midfielder Gary Dicker on the comeback trail [BBC]
  19. Wolves make Poyet enquiry [Sky Sports News]
  20. Poyet cools promotion talk [Sky Sports News]
  21. Brighton's David Burke wants elite off-field structure [BBC]
  22. Brighton & Hove Albion recruitment strategy key - Burke [BBC]
  23. Brighton & Hove Albion's David Burke outlines scouting requirements [BBC]
  24. Poyet a target for Wolves job [The Argus]
  25. Wolves hungry to snap up Poyet - Brighton boss second favourite for job [E'bourne Her
  26. Poyet ready to wield the axe [The Argus]
  27. Hull v Brighton [BBC]
  28. Oatway confident Poyet will stay at Albion [The Argus]
  29. Oatway confident of Poyet stay [Sky Sports News]
  30. Wolves still hungry for a manager [The Argus]
  31. Saints pair top shortlist [Sky Sports News]
  32. Hull v Brighton preview [Sky Sports News]
  33. Dunk in the running for award [The Argus]
  34. Follow our team at the KC Stadium [The Argus]
  35. Razak handed Albion debut [The Argus]
  36. Albion delight at clean sheet [The Argus]
  37. Brighton claim point [Sky Sports News]
  38. Brighton manager Gus Poyet content after clean sheet [BBC]
  39. Poyet happy with point [Sky Sports News]
  40. Poyet pleased with a point [The Argus]
  41. Poyet reveals Wolves approach [Sky Sports News]
  42. Poyet breaks silence on Wolves interest [The Argus]
  43. Bristol Rovers want to extend Michael Poke loan stay [BBC]
  44. Brighton boss Gus Poyet undecided on best side [BBC]
  45. Brighton boss Gus Poyet looks to maintain consistency [BBC]
  46. Highlights - Hull 0-0 Brighton [BBC]
  47. Macca wants a goal to send him on his way [The Argus]
  48. Former Seagull lands Wolves post [The Argus]
  49. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  50. Ipswich not an easy game, says Brighton boss Gus Poyet [BBC]
  51. Brighton v Ipswich [BBC]
  52. Vokes unsure of Wolves future [Sky Sports News]
  53. Dunk sweats on Albion recall [The Argus]
  54. Assulin pushes for wing role [The Argus]
  55. Albion kids march on [The Argus]
  56. Follow our team at The Amex [The Argus]
  57. Buckley back as only change [The Argus]
  58. Albion turn on the style [The Argus]
  59. Championship round-up [Sky Sports News]
  60. Best Brighton performance of 2012, says boss Gus Poyet [BBC]
  61. Poyet salutes quality performance [The Argus]
  62. Poyet salutes Razak display [Sky Sports News]
  63. Barnes: Don't just judge me on goals [The Argus]
  64. Highlights - Brighton 3-0 Ipswich [BBC]
  65. Mackail-Smith on the march with Albion [The Argus]
  66. Keeping the faith [Sky Sports News]
  67. Poyet: We are play-off contenders [The Argus]
  68. Brighton loanee Abdul Razak aiming to improve [BBC]
  69. Abdul Razak enjoying Brighton & Hove Albion's football [BBC]
  70. CMS set for Scotland start [The Argus]
  71. Rival fan banned after racist abuse of Brighton supporter on Twitter [E'bourne Herald
  72. Navarro's form key to run [The Argus]
  73. Call-ups a sign of Albion's progress [The Argus]
  74. CMS helps Scotland draw [The Argus]
  75. Doncaster hard to predict, says Brighton's Gus Poyet [BBC]
  76. Brighton boss Gus Poyet praises captain Gordon Greer [BBC]
  77. Brighton's Gordon Greer aiming to extend unbeaten run [BBC]
  78. Brighton's Gordon Greer has been exceptional - Poyet [BBC]
  79. Greer not bothered by possible Scotland call-up [E'bourne Herald]
  80. Barnes: No slip-ups [The Argus]
  81. Albion boss hails his top-class captain [The Argus]
  82. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  83. Doncaster v Brighton [BBC]
  84. Poyet has no plans to send fringe players out on loan [The Argus]
  85. Seagulls play the Barca way says Assulin [The Argus]
  86. Albion skipper is putting club before country [The Argus]
  87. Follow Doncaster v Brighton and Hove Albion [The Argus]
  88. Albion unchanged at Doncaster [The Argus]
  89. Albion held at Doncaster [The Argus]
  90. Championship round-up [Sky Sports News]
  91. Brighton's Poyet slams 'horrendous' Doncaster pitch [BBC]
  92. Poyet unhappy with result and pitch [The Argus]
  93. Saunders hails fighting spirit [Sky Sports News]
  94. Highlights - Doncaster 1-1 Brighton [BBC]
  95. Helping team-mates is focus for Mackail-Smith [The Argus]
  96. Mattock: Bring on the big guns [The Argus]
  97. Rusk is new Albion youth team coach [The Argus]
  98. Mattock banks on Amex factor [The Argus]
  99. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  100. Brighton v Cardiff [BBC]
  101. Noone lands new deal [The Argus]
  102. El-Abd keen to remain on centre stage [The Argus]
  103. Brighton v Cardiff preview [Sky Sports News]
  104. Noone extends Seagulls stay [Sky Sports News]
  105. Craig Noone signs new Brighton & Hove Albion contract [BBC]
  106. Follow Brighton and Hove Albion v Cardiff tonight [The Argus]
  107. Assulin starts for Albion [The Argus]
  108. Vokes salvages point for Albion [The Argus]
  109. Vokes strike pegs back Bluebirds [Sky Sports News]
  110. Poyet praises battling Seagulls [Sky Sports News]
  111. Gus Poyet hails Brighton & Hove Albion fighting spirit [BBC]
  112. Vokes keen to continue making an impact [The Argus]
  113. Poyet: administration should mean relegation [The Argus]
  114. Poyet - Punish cheats [Sky Sports News]
  115. Brighton defender Adam El-Abd reaches 250 league games [BBC]
  116. We control our destiny - Brighton's Adam El-Abd [BBC]
  117. Poyet proud as Albion stick to principles [The Argus]
  118. Brighton boss Poyet sympathetic for Portsmouth plight [BBC]
  119. Highlights - Brighton 2-2 Cardiff [BBC]
  120. Dicker is close to a return for Albion [The Argus]
  121. Poyet misses out on award [The Argus]
  122. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  123. Brighton v Portsmouth [BBC]
  124. Poyet says Pompey visit is a must-win [The Argus]
  125. Season ticket prices frozen unless Albion go up [The Argus]
  126. Poyet calls for reality check as expectation levels grow [The Argus]
  127. Follow Brighton and Hove Albion v Portsmouth [The Argus]
  128. Albion make three changes to face Pompey [The Argus]
  129. Two-goal Vicente lifts Albion into play-offs [The Argus]
  130. Championship round-up [Sky Sports News]
  131. New deal for Albion striker [The Argus]
  132. Seagulls add to Pompey woes [Sky Sports News]
  133. Poyet hails Vicente contribution [The Argus]
  134. Poyet pleased with Vicente [Sky Sports News]
  135. League awards announced [Sky Sports News]
  136. Highlights: Brighton 2-0 Portsmouth [BBC]
  137. Poyet lands top boss award [The Argus]
  138. Poyet hopes to keep Vicente [Sky Sports News]
  139. Poyet ready for top flight [Sky Sports News]
  140. Brighton's Vicente hopes injury problems are over [BBC]
  141. Brighton playmaker Vicente eyes regular games [BBC]
  142. Agdestein extends Seagulls stay [Sky Sports News]
  143. Vicente's challenge to prove his fitness [The Argus]
  144. Vokes sensing deja-vu [Sky Sports News]
  145. Seagulls duo on comeback trail [The Argus]
  146. Albion hopeful of extending Assulin loan [The Argus]
  147. Brighton want to bag Barca boy for big push [E'bourne Herald]
  148. The heat is on for Mattock [The Argus]
  149. Bright and breezy [Sky Sports News]
  150. Poyet hopes to keep Assulin [Sky Sports News]
  151. Holloway - Phillips is vintage [Sky Sports News]
  152. Poyet isn't doing the maths yet [The Argus]
  153. Dicker and Painter on course for end of season comeback [E'bourne Herald]
  154. Promotion picture [Sky Sports News]
  155. Brighton out make life grim for northern seasiders [E'bourne Herald]
  156. Poyet talks up Albion's promotion chances [The Argus]
  157. Brown goes and Perry retiring as Albion reveal Board changes [The Argus]
  158. Thousands on Amex waiting list while just 42 give up season tickets [E'bourne Herald]
  159. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  160. Blackpool v Brighton preview [Sky Sports News]
  161. All change on Brighton’s board as Brown goes and Perry announces retirement [E'bourne
  162. Perry: The future is bright [The Argus]
  163. Gus blast for Barnes' critics [The Argus]
  164. Rare defeat for Albion kids [The Argus]
  165. Follow our team from Blackpool [The Argus]
  166. Vicente and CMS in for starters [The Argus]
  167. Three-point plan: Your quick guide to Albion's game today [The Argus]
  168. Phillips double sinks Albion [The Argus]
  169. Championship round-up [Sky Sports News]
  170. Poyet: No excuses [The Argus]
  171. Holloway salutes Super Kev [Sky Sports News]
  172. Albion to get their Gai [The Argus]
  173. Vicente poised for start against Rams [The Argus]
  174. Poyet demands an instant response [The Argus]
  175. Razak back in the frame for Seagulls [The Argus]
  176. Brighton v Derby preview [Sky Sports News]
  177. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  178. Seagulls keep hold of Assulin [Sky Sports News]
  179. Macca told to fight for his place [The Argus]
  180. Albion kids let it slip [The Argus]
  181. Follow our team at The Amex [The Argus]
  182. Dunk back for the Seagulls [The Argus]
  183. Albion turn on the style to beat Derby [The Argus]
  184. Championship round-up [Sky Sports News]
  185. Vicente assists Seagulls' ascent [Sky Sports News]
  186. Poyet hails Vicente impact [Sky Sports News]
  187. Vicente is hailed as The King [The Argus]
  188. Burnley move in for Mellis [Sky Sports News]
  189. LuaLua praised by Poyet for starring role [The Argus]
  190. Buckley doubtful for Forest trip [The Argus]
  191. Navarro keeps focus on his football not future [The Argus]
  192. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  193. Nottm Forest v Brighton preview [Sky Sports News]
  194. Dunk set to keep place for Forest trip [The Argus]
  195. Navarro not thinking of future [Sky Sports News]
  196. Brezovan ready for some stimulating conversation [The Argus]
  197. It's wait and see on Vicente deal [The Argus]
  198. Albion and Forest are unchanged [The Argus]
  199. Three-point plan: Your quick guide to Albion's game today [The Argus]
  200. Lynch strikes late to deny Albion [The Argus]
  201. Championship round-up [Sky Sports News]
  202. Poyet gets awayday blues [The Argus]
  203. Cotterill hails Lynch's recovery [Sky Sports News]
  204. Poyet calm on Vicente rumours [Sky Sports News]
  205. Vokes settled with Seagulls [Sky Sports News]
  206. Sparrow's promotion hopes hit by ban [The Argus]
  207. Albion great Peter Ward to wear the stripes once more in aid of charity [E'bourne Her
  208. Poyet ready to make changes to cure Albion's travel woes [The Argus]
  209. Albion Q&A Tuesday March 27 [The Argus]
  210. Albion great Peter Ward to wear the stripes once more in aid of charity [E'bourne Her
  211. Poyet reports clean bill of health [The Argus]
  212. Albion hold fourth spot in Championship [The Argus]
  213. Dicker gets an hour under his belt on comeback trail [The Argus]
  214. Poyet defends Albion's disciplinary record [The Argus]
  215. Poyet: Let's see how you handle the pressure [The Argus]
  216. Poyet won't rush decisions [Sky Sports News]
  217. Taricco happy for Seagulls to head the pack [The Argus]
  218. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  219. Brighton v Middlesbrough preview [Sky Sports News]
  220. Elphick gets extra time [The Argus]
  221. Bridcutt ready for the next big one [The Argus]
  222. Albion teens win away [The Argus]
  223. Follow our team at The Amex [The Argus]
  224. Albion make two changes [The Argus]
  225. Three-point plan: Your quick guide to Albion v Boro [The Argus]
  226. Calderon strikes to save Seagulls [The Argus]
  227. Championship round-up [Sky Sports News]
  228. Poyet happy with point [The Argus]
  229. Poyet - We deserve top six [Sky Sports News]
  230. Poyet pleased to stay in play-off zone [The Argus]
  231. Seagulls have edge for Easter fixtures [The Argus]
  232. El-Abd issues play-off warning [Sky Sports News]
  233. Dicker ready to return [The Argus]
  234. Elphick commits to Seagulls [Sky Sports News]
  235. Dicker ready to return for promotion run-in [The Argus]
  236. Albion Q&A Today [The Argus]
  237. Elphick gets another year at The Amex [E'bourne Herald]
  238. Amex is up for World’s Best [E'bourne Herald]
  239. Poyet fears draws could cost Albion play-off spot [The Argus]
  240. Albion miss out on final [The Argus]
  241. Albion's play-off rivals edge ahead [The Argus]
  242. Loan boys still have role to play [The Argus]
  243. Spurs eye Albion defender [The Argus]
  244. Albion confirm pre-season date [The Argus]
  245. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  246. Spurs hot for Seagulls youngster [E'bourne Herald]
  247. Home improvements [Sky Sports News]
  248. Gus: Why our budget limits might cost us [The Argus]
  249. Poyet happy to upset players in bid to make play-offs [The Argus]
  250. Follow our men at Turf Moor [The Argus]