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  1. Three-point plan: Your quick guide to Burnley v Albion [The Argus]
  2. It's grim for Albion as Austin pounces [The Argus]
  3. Poyet keeps stum to avoid fine [Sky Sports News]
  4. Dicker admits Albion were simply not good enough [The Argus]
  5. Poyet bites his tongue after Burnley defeat [The Argus]
  6. Albion fall out of play-off zone [The Argus]
  7. Razak heads back to City [The Argus]
  8. Poyet pledges Albion will fight all the way [The Argus]
  9. Results boost for Albion [The Argus]
  10. Brighton v Reading preview [Sky Sports News]
  11. El-Abd on Royals mission [The Argus]
  12. Poyet targets three wins for play-off place [The Argus]
  13. Albion boss wants refs to face punishment too [The Argus]
  14. No place for Mattock as Albion make two changes [The Argus]
  15. Three-point plan: Albion v Reading [The Argus]
  16. It's cruel as Albion go down [The Argus]
  17. Royals reel in Saints [GiveMeFootball]
  18. Royals close in on promotion [Sky Sports News]
  19. McDermott hails resilience [Sky Sports News]
  20. Poyet praises beaten Seagulls [The Argus]
  21. Greer: Nothing has changed [The Argus]
  22. Poyet: We'll reach the Premier [The Argus]
  23. Bridcutt back for Hammers test [The Argus]
  24. Noone could miss rest of the season [The Argus]
  25. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  26. Extra tickets on sale for Watford clash [E'bourne Herald]
  27. West Ham v Brighton preview [Sky Sports News]
  28. Poyet stokes up the pressure on Hammers [The Argus]
  29. Painter: Race is still on [The Argus]
  30. Poyet aims to leave loans alone [The Argus]
  31. Painter back for re-jigged Seagulls [The Argus]
  32. Three-point plan: West Ham v Albion [The Argus]
  33. Vaz Te treble as Albion are hit for six [The Argus]
  34. Vaz Te stars in Hammers romp [Sky Sports News]
  35. Championship round-up [Sky Sports News]
  36. The joy of six [Sky Sports News]
  37. Allardyce - Race is back on [Sky Sports News]
  38. Poyet looks to avoid loans [Sky Sports News]
  39. Allardyce demands three wins [GiveMeFootball]
  40. Mattock ready for Albion return [The Argus]
  41. Brighton and Hove Albion hunt for top-flight boss [The Argus]
  42. Poyet says big changes are needed [The Argus]
  43. Poyet set to wield the axe in summer [The Argus]
  44. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  45. Tributes paid to Eastbourne football coach found dead [E'bourne Herald]
  46. Poyet gives Vicente the option [The Argus]
  47. Gonzalez makes debut, Greer and Vicente rested [The Argus]
  48. Buckley strike earns a point [The Argus]
  49. Championship round-up [Sky Sports News]
  50. Buckley seals Seagulls fightback [Sky Sports News]
  51. Poyet slams Brighton boo-boys [Sky Sports News]
  52. Poyet proud of comeback [The Argus]
  53. Buckley stings his old mates [The Argus]
  54. Albion boss slams Amex boo boys [The Argus]
  55. Albion could rest Greer again [The Argus]
  56. More tributes to Jamie Boyd as football loses a friend [E'bourne Herald]
  57. Poyet gets wrong end of Seagulls stick [E'bourne Herald]
  58. Dicker: We owe a performance [The Argus]
  59. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  60. Albion captain to be rested [The Argus]
  61. Albion's big money signing insists he has never contemplated leaving [The Argus]
  62. Vicente: I'd love to come back [The Argus]
  63. Albion must think big [The Argus]
  64. Bridcutt is player of the year [The Argus]
  65. Albion make four changes [The Argus]
  66. Barnes strike earns a point [The Argus]
  67. Championship round-up [Sky Sports News]
  68. Poyet: Goal was a fitting finale [The Argus]
  69. Hughton happy with progress [Sky Sports News]
  70. Barnes loves being Albion's top shot [The Argus]
  71. One more Amex match this season as England Under 18s entertain Ireland [E'bourne Hera
  72. Club award delights Bridcutt [Sky Sports News]
  73. Poyet: Quality signings will help convince Vicente to stay [The Argus]
  74. Seagulls can soar even higher at The Amex [The Argus]
  75. Albion will face an injury-hit Tykes [The Argus]
  76. Breaking news: Amex expansion given the green light [E'bourne Herald]
  77. Amex expansion plans approved [The Argus]
  78. Albion will not tinker at Tykes as they bid to finish on a high [The Argus]
  79. Amex expansion plans revealed [Sky Sports News]
  80. Bloom backs push for fair play [The Argus]
  81. Vicente set to play at Barnsley [The Argus]
  82. Barnes: Let's do it all again [The Argus]
  83. Sweet stars in Amex international [The Argus]
  84. Championship preview [Sky Sports News]
  85. Barnsley v Brighton preview [Sky Sports News]
  86. Poyet hits back at claims Albion are big spenders [The Argus]
  87. Fans fly the flag for Vicente [The Argus]
  88. Gonzalez gets Oakwell chance [The Argus]
  89. Albion end with a draw [The Argus]
  90. Championship round-up [Sky Sports News]
  91. Last-day stalemate at Oakwell [Sky Sports News]
  92. Poyet sees the bright side [The Argus]
  93. Hill planning summer rebuild [Sky Sports News]
  94. Navarro has lots of options [The Argus]
  95. Brighton and Hove Albion players charged over sex attack [The Argus]
  96. Duo eye Marney move [Sky Sports News]
  97. Albion players due in court over sex offences [E'bourne Herald]
  98. Four footballers on sex charges [Sky Sports News]
  99. Hoskin: Homesickness forced me to leave Albion [The Argus]
  100. Dicker prepared to soar [Sky Sports News]
  101. Navarro's Albion future back in limbo [The Argus]
  102. Navarro reveals: It's no deal [The Argus]
  103. Its no deal for Alan Navarro [E'bourne Herald]
  104. Poyet linked to three Midlands management jobs [E'bourne Herald]
  105. Poke puzzled about Albion future [The Argus]
  106. Albion will kick-off with midweek cup clash [The Argus]
  107. Bridcutt expected to extend Albion contract [The Argus]
  108. Albion release keepers [The Argus]
  109. Scotland boss keeps his eyes on Liam [The Argus]
  110. Poyet: We are busy despite early finish [The Argus]
  111. Albion head for the sun [The Argus]
  112. Duo weigh up Moore move [Sky Sports News]
  113. Albion go first class in Spain [The Argus]
  114. Albion let four more go [The Argus]
  115. The Rumour Mill [The Argus]
  116. Daily Mail follows up on Poyet’s possible Midlands move [E'bourne Herald]
  117. Seagulls shedding squad players but no decision yet on top talent Grant Hall [E'bourn
  118. Blades could move for Hoskins - if they go up [The Argus]
  119. Oatway warns of summer of speculation surrounding Poyet [The Argus]
  120. Charlie hopes to avoid QPR [The Argus]
  121. Albion loan stars are gone but not forgotten [The Argus]
  122. Seagulls are in safe hands [The Argus]
  123. CMS keeps Scotland place [The Argus]
  124. Seagulls’ Amex nest is world’s best new ground [E'bourne Herald]
  125. Albion star called up by Egypt [The Argus]
  126. El Abd celebrates Egypt call-up while Mackail-Smith heads to the US with Scotland [E'
  127. Heat is on for Mackail-Smith [The Argus]
  128. Seagulls will face fight to sign Mattock [E'bourne Herald]
  129. Brighon reject approach for Gordon Greer [E'bourne Herald]
  130. Barnsley want Greer [The Argus]
  131. Navarro targets Championship return [The Argus]
  132. Poyet says Albion skipper is not for sale [The Argus]
  133. Spurs eye Seagulls starlet [Sky Sports News]
  134. Gus cools Swanson talk - but signings are coming [The Argus]
  135. Poyet - Greer not for sale [Sky Sports News]
  136. Poyet considers Mattock deal [Sky Sports News]
  137. El-Abd makes winning start with Egypt [The Argus]
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  139. Vicente talks have been positive says Poyet [The Argus]
  140. El-Abd shines for Egypt [The Argus]
  141. Poyet confident over Vicente [Sky Sports News]
  142. Seagulls legend eyes return to club [The Argus]
  143. Albion would face competition for Assulin [The Argus]
  144. Tottenham still keen on Grant Hall [E'bourne Herald]
  145. Poyet cool with budget [The Argus]
  146. Albion in race against time to keep Hall [The Argus]
  147. Tykes thwarted in Greer bid [Sky Sports News]
  148. Dicker expects Poyet to stay [Sky Sports News]
  149. Mackail-Smith opts against Olympic challenge [E'bourne Herald]
  150. Albion target extra power [The Argus]
  151. CMS turns down Olympic chance [The Argus]
  152. Hoskins eyes another Albion chance [The Argus]
  153. Trio eye Church move [Sky Sports News]
  154. El-Abd sweating on World Cup place [The Argus]
  155. Ex-FA chief joins Albion [The Argus]
  156. Bloom hails Barber appointment [The Argus]
  157. El-Abd out of qualifier [The Argus]
  158. El-Abd set to fly home after red tape hitch [The Argus]
  159. Albion's new chief executive Barber hailed as a cut above by Dein [The Argus]
  160. Proud Hinsh steps down [The Argus]
  161. Rodgers Kop switch sparks Swansea interest in Poyet [E'bourne Herald]
  162. Poyet in Swansea link [The Argus]
  163. Mattock is attracting interest [The Argus]
  164. Poyet is ready to get moving - at Albion [The Argus]
  165. Peter's picks [Sky Sports News]
  166. Gus backs El-Abd's Egypt adventure [The Argus]
  167. Trio tracking Calderon [Sky Sports News]
  168. Now Swans look at Laudrup [The Argus]
  169. Swanson opts for Posh [Sky Sports News]
  170. Albion ace shrugs off speculation [The Argus]
  171. Magoffin hopes to sort out his future [The Argus]
  172. Dicker targets play-offs [Sky Sports News]
  173. Gus still waiting on his top targets [The Argus]
  174. Albion ace believes Vicente could return [The Argus]
  175. Albion see off Barnsley interest in skipper [The Argus]
  176. Hill ends interest in Greer [Sky Sports News]
  177. Mattock joins Wednesday [The Argus]
  178. Albion urged to relish the Amex buzz [The Argus]
  179. Poyet confident despite Vicente link [The Argus]
  180. Albion close to a signing [The Argus]
  181. Must-have book for all Albion fans [The Argus]
  182. Striker Vokes keeps open mind on his future [The Argus]
  183. Albion prices out for Czech defender [The Argus]
  184. Full-backs top the list [The Argus]
  185. Kuipers in Albion 'comeback' [The Argus]
  186. Albion go to Swindon [The Argus]
  187. League Cup draw [Sky Sports News]
  188. Brighton away to Swindon in cup draw [E'bourne Herald]
  189. Poyet will start season with Seagulls after summer of speculation [E'bourne Herald]
  190. Gus fears Hall exit [The Argus]
  191. Albion face Reading for Kuipers’ testimonial [E'bourne Herald]
  192. Albion announce friendly dates [The Argus]
  193. Vicente's a wanted man [The Argus]
  194. Albion season ticket sales top 23,000 [E'bourne Herald]
  195. CMS will come good, says Poyet [The Argus]
  196. Albion expect to travel on first day [The Argus]
  197. Poyet waits on Hall decision [Sky Sports News]
  198. Door opens for Albion wingers [The Argus]
  199. Albion away to Hull on opening day [The Argus]
  200. Championship fixtures [Sky Sports News]
  201. Brighton face Tigers first [Sky Sports News]
  202. Albion line up another Premier League friendly and start campaign away at Hull [E'bou
  203. Poyet happy to see new colleague [The Argus]
  204. Poyet issues calming message [The Argus]
  205. Poyet warns Albion face a tough challenge [The Argus]
  206. Palace match could be moved to Sunday by Police [E'bourne Herald]
  207. Seagulls won't gamble to reach Premier League [The Argus]
  208. Albion sign Kuszczak [The Argus]
  209. Brighton capture Kuszczak [Sky Sports News]
  210. Seagulls swoop for Kuszczak [GiveMeFootball]
  211. Hinsh plans to carry on [The Argus]
  212. Brighton excites Kuszczak [Sky Sports News]
  213. Seagulls sign new stopper [E'bourne Herald]
  214. Kuszczak had other offers [The Argus]
  215. Albion play Chelsea in pre-season friendly [The Argus]
  216. Hoskins urged to prove his fitness [The Argus]
  217. Brighton to play Champions League winners [E'bourne Herald]
  218. Albion closing in on Vicente deal [The Argus]
  219. Reds and Albion go head to head [The Argus]
  220. Navarro leaves Gulls for Swindon [Sky Sports News]
  221. Poyet praises unsung heroes as Jake signs [The Argus]
  222. Forster-Caskey signs new deal to stay at The Amex until 2015 [E'bourne Herald]
  223. Swindon sign midfield pair [Sky Sports News]
  224. Albion is the only club I want to be at, says Forster-Caskey [The Argus]
  225. Wilson eyes Hill not Hoskins [Sky Sports News]
  226. Signings help to sway Vicente to stay [The Argus]
  227. Poyet - Vicente deal close [Sky Sports News]
  228. New keeper coach for Albion [The Argus]
  229. New goalkeeping coach for the Seagulls [E'bourne Herald]
  230. Forster-Caskey targets Vicente double act [The Argus]
  231. Godden takes legal advice as new keeper coach arrives [The Argus]
  232. Poyet will break them in gently [The Argus]
  233. Seagulls linked with Arsenal defender [E'bourne Herald]
  234. Brighton vs Chelsea tickets details released - Seagulls supporters moved to make room
  235. Albion sign Valencia star [The Argus]
  236. Seagulls swoop for Saltor [Sky Sports News]
  237. Bruno's arrival could help convince Vicente to stay [The Argus]
  238. Catalan star arrives at Amex - Vicente new deal expected [E'bourne Herald]
  239. Bruno: I'm not just here because of Vicente [The Argus]
  240. Poyet - More signings to come [Sky Sports News]
  241. Albion move on Vicente [The Argus]
  242. Seagulls extend Vicente deal [Sky Sports News]
  243. Brighton motivates Bruno [Sky Sports News]
  244. Bruno ready for English football [The Argus]
  245. Vicente signs on for another season at The Amex [E'bourne Herald]
  246. Albion move to keep Vicente but can't agree new deal [The Argus]
  247. Poke returns to Torquay [The Argus]
  248. Vicente wants to talk it over [The Argus]
  249. Michel Kuipers speaks about his Amex dream and Albion love affair [E'bourne Herald]
  250. Bruno told he faces a battle [The Argus]