Their player was about a meter away so it would have been a straight red card for denying a goal scoring opportunity. Picking the ball up with two hands outside the penalty area is not considered accidental.So (and apologies if this has been discussed - cant be bothered to look), if Sanchez handball was given (and it was very close), would he have walked? or just a free kick, as obviously it would have been accidental?
And probably with a +1 one year option, I would imagine.He is already signed until 2026 - not likely to be renegotiated before next season at the earliest.
not only great for Evan and great for us to have such a young goalscoring talent, but its also a great advertisement of the club to other potential young hotshots.... come to Brighton and you'll get your chance.Brighton striker Evan Ferguson to BBC One: "It's what we were looking for. We obviously wanted to go to Wembley so we had to get to the semi-finals. It wasn’t an easy game because you have to break down teams like that who sit off."
On his first goal: "It was more an instinct, it just came to me and I tried to swivel around and get the best shot off. I was lucky it went in."
On enjoying his football this season: "It's been unbelievable, playing in my first season here. Credit to the lads, they've been good to me and have encouraged me when I've played."
On whether Brighton can continue making this season special: "I think so. We’ve got the hope and the desire to get to Europe so that’s our ambition and if we can keep on going and winning games we could get there."