Category Archives: Brighton & Hove Albion

Brexit: How will it affect the Premier League?

It comes without surprise that all 20 of the current Premier League clubs were against Brexit in the first place. With Britain set to leave the EU on March 29th, and a ‘no deal’ Brexit looming closer by the minute, what will happen to The Premier League and English football in the future?    The first likely outcome of Brexit on English football is

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Should Glenn Murray receive an England call up?

Glenn Murray added his 11th goal of the season this weekend as he scored Brighton’s first goal in the (2-1) win over Crystal Palace in the A23 Derby. Murray scored 12 goals last season in the Premier League and is one away from levelling last year’s total. With 8 Premier League games to go plus FA Cup games, depending on

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Could Brighton be dragged into the relegation scrap?

Chris Hughton has done a brilliant job at Brighton, not only gaining promotion with the seagulls in 2017 but ensuring their Premier League status last year all on a shoe string budget. The ex Republic of Ireland international has squeezed the very best out of a fairly limited squad, and has earned admiration from fans and pundits alike. The first

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Is Luton Town’s Young Prospect On His Way To The Premier League?

Luton Town’s James Justin broke into the first team as an eighteen year-old at the start of the 16/17 season against Aston Villa in the EFL Cup and has since gone on to make 56 appearances and scoring three goals.  The England Under-20 International has always been ahead of his time breaking into the Luton Under 18s as a fifteen

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Is football for the fans anymore?

It’s been a crazy summer for football this year with some crazy numbers coming from the amount that clubs have spent with Neymar and Mbappe etc. The money from the new Premier League television rights deal is well and truly coming to fruition with Premier League spending and revenues on the up. Even in the Championship spending has increased with

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