• On The Up

    Published on 23-06-2021 08:38

    2020 was an arduous year for Brighton and Hove Albion. However, they entered 2021 with renewed optimism. Fans are now allowed back at The Ames, and Graham Potter has coached his team into playing some amazing football. In fact, Brighton and Hove Albion look like a completely different team to the one we saw last year.

    Although currently 16th in the Premier League, Brighton and Hove Albion have had some noteworthy performances
    Published on 22-03-2021 09:21

    Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. holds the 16th position in the 2020/2021 season with 32 points. Just like other top clubs, Brighton is fighting against abusive social media users as online hate continues spreading. The Premier League club recently decided to delete 100 posts per week from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and its website. Read on to learn more about the abusive posts ...
    by Published on 28-02-2021 13:44

    What if every team in the English Premier League could clone one of their star players to fill every single outfield position? To be fair, every team starts with an average goalkeeper. That is 20 goalkeepers of equal abilities. Who would the traditional top six sides choose, and who would eventually win the title? This is nothing like the fantasy FPL in your favourite online casino, but a
    by Published on 24-02-2021 10:50

    The 0-0 draw with Aston Villa in February was almost a perfect template of Brighton’s 2020/21 season so far – lots of high-quality chances created, none scored.

    Alexis Mac Allister, Joel Veltman and Dan Burn all missed straightforward opportunities to find the net, and all told the Seagulls fired in 26 efforts at the Villains’ goal – their highest tally ever in a Premier League goal.

    For those who enjoy advanced statistics, Brighton recorded
    Published on 20-01-2021 14:01

    Many of us are waiting too see what will happen in the future and how long the Corona-virus will keep us hostage. It has been a rough half year, and unfortunately it does not look like it is ending anytime soon. However, it can be nice to talk to people about or, or perhaps about something completely ...
    Published on 16-12-2020 12:45

    Danny Welbeck is one of those players that seems to have been around forever. He has played for six different clubs since 2008, and has also been on the international stage since 2006 when he was picked for the England U-17 side. While many people may have suspected he was nearing retirement, the Manchester-born forward is actually only 30 years old. Injury troubles have stunted Welbeck’s progress over the years, but ...
    Published on 28-09-2020 16:23

    Staying in the Premier League will be the priority for Brighton this season, there’s no doubt about that. But what every fan will be hoping for is a solid League Cup and FA Cup run. With the League Cup draw for rounds two and three being quite favourable for the Seagulls, there’s always a chance of avoiding the big guns until the last four. Then, as we’ve seen in past years, anything can happen at that stage. Let’s run through both competitions, starting with the most exciting cup competition ...
    Published on 07-09-2020 15:23

    Brighton and Hove Albion ended their 2018/19 campaign with a 4-1 loss at home to Manchester City on the final day of the season, leaving them on 36 points and manager Chris Hughton without a job. It had been a serious regression from a debut season in the Premier League that had shown real signs of being a good platform to build from. Transfers had flopped, squad morale was through the floor, the attitude and style of football was negative and a particularly poor ...
    Published on 08-07-2020 09:45

    After the final game of the Premier League before lockdown finished on March 9, Brighton & Hove Albion were hovering dangerously above the relegation zone, just two points above the drop and without a win in 2020.

    Fast forward four months, and only four games, and the Seagulls are seemingly completely out of trouble. The 1-0 triumph at Norwich was the most important result
    Published on 01-06-2020 14:21

    The talk right now is all about how, when and if the Premier League will return to finish the 2019/20 season.

    Whatever happens here, teams will need to know where they stand shortly, if they have met season expectations, and what league they will be playing in next season.

    This is going to be an incredible and very strange summer period for many different reasons, and that looks set to have a big impact on the 2020 summer transfer window.
    Published on 02-12-2019 21:20
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    Number 8……. Brighton & Hove Albion, will play….

    Number 35…...Sheffield Wednesday.

    The third round draw of the 2019/20 FA Cup will see Albion meet Sheffield Wednesday in the FA Cup for the first time since the historic 1983 meeting at Highbury, then home of Arsenal and the allocated neutral ground for the semi-final contest.

    The draw
    Published on 25-07-2019 22:20
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    Whether you were a Chris Hughton truther or someone who was against our former manager, one thing we can all agree on is that for Albion to progress and move forward we need to be a heck of a lot more dynamic in the final third of the pitch. Only the three relegated teams scored fewer goals than us last season, and our average of less than one goal per game on home soil was bordering on the criminal.

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    Published on 25-06-2019 22:38

    Despite a stuttering second half of the last campaign, the Seagulls accomplished their primary goal of staying in the top flight of English football, earning the right to try to do the same this coming year. Let’s take a look at Albion’s chances of staying up once again and, perhaps, even taking a step forward and turning a few heads in the 2019/20 season.

    Odds Of Staying
    Published on 25-06-2019 21:42

    The 2018-19 Premier League season was a close run affair for the Seagulls, but there seems to be a fresh feeling about the club ahead of the new season. The departure of Chris Hughton came as a shock to some, even though there were indications the club was stagnating and needed to evolve. The arrival of Graham Potter is undoubtedly the fresh face that was required, and his approach to management could make ...

    When Aston Villa beat Derby County, or Frank Lampard’s Derby County to give them their full name, to clinch promotion to the Premier League, the top flight line-up for 2019/20 was complete.

    Villa join Norwich City and Sheffield United who upset many of the Championship’s bid spenders in securing automatic promotion to the land of milk, honey and regular thrashings at the hands
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