The Latest Brighton & Hove Albion FC Transfer News, Stories and Updates have been added below for 2017 – 2018
- Sat, 24 Aug 2019 16:27:34 +0000: Moussa Djenepo hits cracker as Southampton beat 10-man Brighton - Brighton & Hove Albion | The Guardian
Moussa Djenepo’s stunning first Premier League goal set Southampton on course for their first points of the season as they won 2-0 at 10-man Brighton. Djenepo, a substitute and £14m summer signing from Standard Liège, had been on the pitch for 78 seconds when he cut in from the left to bury the ball into the top-right corner from the edge of the box.
Nathan Redmond tapped home a cross from Sofiane Boufal to seal the points in injury-time. Albion played with 10 men for an hour after Florin Andone was sent off for a reckless tackle on Yan Valery, while Lewis Dunk had a first-half header ruled out by VAR.Continue reading...
- Fri, 23 Aug 2019 15:46:35 +0000: Brighton v Southampton: match preview - Brighton & Hove Albion | The Guardian
Southampton lost their opening two matches but tend to be tricky opposition for Brighton and will surely fancy their chances after Graham Potter’s attacking revolution stalled against West Ham. Kevin Danso could also debut to refresh Ralph Hassenhüttl’s defence – a unit that kept Liverpool in check for long periods last time out. The workout given to the backline should have them prepared to stifle Potter’s plans for keeping the good times rolling at the Amex. Graham Searles
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- Mon, 19 Aug 2019 08:00:36 +0000: Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action - Brighton & Hove Albion | The Guardian
Ljungberg and Trossard make instant impact, Wilson has Liverpool quality and Rodgers leaves ‘young Frank’ on back foot
The inclusion of Joe Willock and Reiss Nelson against Burnley a week after they became the first pair of teenagers to start a Premier League game for Arsenal since Paolo Vernazza and Matthew Upson in 1998, was more evidence of Unai Emery beginning to trust his young players. That may have something to do with the promotion of the former under-23s coach Freddie Ljungberg to become the Spaniard’s assistant, with Willock particularly impressive alongside Matteo Guendouzi in midfield. The 19-year-old played in a more advanced role in the opening day win over Newcastle and shows how Emery is tapping into the former Sweden midfielder’s knowledge bank since he stepped up in the summer. “[Ljungberg] worked last year with the under-23s and we were very close, speaking about the young players,” he said. “It’s perfect and he helps me a lot. He has an advantage with the young players because he knows them very well.” Ed AaronsContinue reading...
- Sat, 17 Aug 2019 17:44:00 +0000: Brighton’s Leandro Trossard denied by VAR then pegs back West Ham - Brighton & Hove Albion | The Guardian
Graham Potter backed Leandro Trossard to get even better after the winger’s sparkling Brighton debut. Trossard, the £18m signing from Genk, secured a draw soon after they fell behind to Javier Hernández’s strike.
The 24-year-old had a goal ruled out by VAR and missed an easy chance but got off the mark with a fine shot from the edge of the box.Continue reading...
- Sat, 17 Aug 2019 16:35:13 +0000: Southampton 1-2 Liverpool, Norwich 3-1 Newcastle and more – as it happened - Brighton & Hove Albion | The Guardian
- Wins for Liverpool, Arsenal, Norwich, Everton and Bournemouth
- Teemu Pukki scores his first hat-trick in English football
- Brighton and West Ham draw at the Amex Stadium
Here’s a roundup on today’s EFL action on Luke McLaughlin.
Scott Murray has all the latest news from the Etihad Stadium as Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur duke it out.
Premier League: Bernard scored the only goal of the game to consign Watford to their second consecutive defeat.
Premier League: Leandro Trossard had a goal ruled out in the first half of his debut for Brighton, but came up with an equaliser in the second.
Premier League: Liverpool squeaked over the line in a match Jurgen Klopp described as a “banana skin” after his side’s exertions in Istanbul.
Premier League: Josh King and Harry Wilson got the goals for Bournemouth, who took all three points at Villa Park.
Premier League: Ed Aarons was at the Emirates, where Arsenal didn’t have it all their own way against a spirited Burnley side.
Premier League: Paul MacInnes was at Carrow Road to see Teemu Pukki score a hat-trick as Norwich swatted Newcastle aside.
Premier League: Josh King and Harry Wilson scored the goals that consigned Villa to their second consecutive defeat.
Premier League: Teemu Pukki scored a hat-trick as Newcastle crumbled at Carrow Road.
Premier League: I’d completely forgotten this match was being played. A contender for bottom billing on Match of the Day, if the lack of action is anything to go by.
Premier League: Liverpool took the points at Saint Mary’s, where Southampton were dead and buried until a late Adrian error gave them renewed hope.
Premier League: It’s all over at the Amex Stadium, where Brighton will feel aggrieved not to have taken all three points.
Premier League: Jonjo Shelvey scores a late consolation goal for Newcastle, but it’s much too little way too late.
Premier League: Danny Ings takes advantage of a wayward pass from Liverpool goalkeeper Adrian to Fabinho, intercepting and going on to score as he pulls a goal back for Southampton. That’s not the first time Adrian has dawdled on the ball while trying to play it out from the back today and this time he gets punished.
Man City: Ederson, Walker, Otamendi, Laporte, Zinchenko, Gundogan, Rodri, De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, Aguero, Sterling.
Championship: Brentford equalise against Hull City at Griffin Park, while it’s 3-2 to the home side in Swansea’s ding-dong battle against Preston North End at the Liberty Stadium.
Premier League: Teemu Pukki makes eejits of those of us who said he might not be able to hack it in the Premier League, notching up his hat-trick against Newcastle. That’s the Finn’s fourth goal of the season in two games and he could add to his tally before the afternoon is out..
Premier League: Douglas Luiz halves Aston Villa’s deficit against Bournemouth with a howitzer of a shot on his debut at Villa Park.
Premier League: Bobby Firmino is teed up by Sadio Mane and doubles Liverpool’s lead.
Championship: Marty Waghorn scores his second of the afternoon to make it Stoke City 2-2 Derby County in an entertaining game at the Britannia Stadium.
Championship: Michael Dawson extends Nottingham Forest’s lead against Birmingham City. It’s 3-0 at the City Ground. Meanwhile at the DW Stadium, Patrick Bamford has scored his second of the afternoon to give Leeds a two-goal advantage over 10-man Wigan.
Premier League: Leo Trossard had one disallowed in the first half, but despite another long examination by VAR, his second effort into the bottom corner through the legs of a defender stands.
Premier League: Teemu Pukki scores his second of the afternoon against the run of second half play, to put Norwich two goals up at Carrow Road.
Premier League: Javier Hernandez finds himself in a one-on-one with Brighton goalkeeper Mat Ryan and makes no mistake.
Championship: Stoke come from behind to go 2-1 up against Derby County, with Scott Hogan putting them ahead. Meanwhile t Griffin PArk, Hull have gone ahead against Brentford, with Jarrod Bowen scoring the only goal of the game so far.
Championship: Grady Diangana doesn’t take long to score his second ever league goal, scoring it three minutes later to give West Brom a 2-1 lead.
Championship: It’s level pegging between Luton Town and West Brom at Kenilworth Road, where Grady Diangana – on loan from West Brom - has equalised for West Brom with his first ever league goal. It’s 1-1.
League One: Tyler Walker wins and scores a penalty to put Lincoln City 3-0 ahead against Southend at Sincil Bank.
League Two: Marc Richards equalises for Cambridge United against Colchester United. It’s 1-1 at the catchily titled JobServe Community Stadium.
And in Spain: Real Madrid kicked off their La Liga campaign away at Celta Vigo six minutes, with Gareth Bale a surprise inclusion in their starting line-up due to the absence of the injured Eden Hazard. “Not a Real fan, but really hoping Bale scores a hat-trick today,” writes Paul Fitzgerald, of the Welshman whose manager does not want him at the Bernabeu.
League One: The kids of Bolton Wanderers are far from alright, having just gone 3-0 down against Tranmere Rovers. Morgan Ferrier extended the home side’s lead a minute after the break.
Meanwhile at Gigg Lane: Bury fans have assembled to protest against their owner after their fourth game of the season, against Gillingham, was postponed.
#BuryFC fans are spending the afternoon protesting inside Gigg Lane. They should have been hosting Gillingham there today, but the game was postponed by the EFL.
Fans are calling on owner Steve Dale to sell the club. pic.twitter.com/oiAd0Q3dJj
Ipswich: My colleague Will Unwin has alerted me to this Ipswich Town goal gif, which hopefully didn’t take too many takes to record or James Norwood will have been hammered.
NORS IS OFF THE MARK pic.twitter.com/2fzTiHT7Cg
Correction: Arsenal 2-1 Burnley. My anti Arsenal bias had originally denied them two of the points they won against Burnley in today’s early kick-off. All fixed now.
Premier League: Sadio Mane takes a touch, turns and shoots to score a splendid goal that puts Liverpool ahead against Southampton at St Mary’s.
Championship: Millwall lead Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 but are down to 10 men. Jed Wallace has been sent off for serious foul play after the linesman alerted the referee to a late challenge.
Championship: Conor Gallagher taps in after 40 minutes to level affairs between Barnsley and Charlton Athletic.
League One latest: Tranmere 2-0 Bolton Wanderers.
Premier League: Less than a minute after getting booked, Bournemouth’s Philip Billing lunges in on Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish. He stays on the pitch.
Championship: It’s Barnsley 1-0 Charlton at Oakwell, where Cauley Woodrow has opened the scoring.
Championship: It’s Bristol City 1-0 QPR, with Hungarian midfielder Adam Nagy putting the hosts ahead with his first goal for the club. At the Den, Millwall have gone ahead against Sheffield Wednesday, with Matt Smith scoring the opener.
Championship: With their one-man advantage over Wigan, Leeds go ahead courtesy of a tap-in from Patrick Bamford.
Premier League: Teemu Pukki backs off his man to get on the end of a cross and volley home for his second goal in as many Premier League games.
League One: Ivan Toney scores with a powerful header to restore parity between Peterborough and Ipswich Town.
Premier League: Leandro Trossard scores with a brilliantly struck right-foot volley on his debut for Brighton, only for his effort to be ruled out by VAR. A possible offside in the build-up by Dan Burn, it seems.
Championship: Danny Graham scores from the spot to put Blackburn one up against Middlesbrough, after having his shirt tugged as he tried to jump for a cross at the far post.
Championship: There’s been a red card at the DW Stadium, where Wigan’s Joe Williams has been sent off for his second bookable offence in his side’s match against Leeds United.
Championship: Joe Lolley turns provider for Nottingham Forest, crossing for Lewis Grabban, who heads home to double Nottingham Forest’s Lead against Birmingham City.
Championship: Joe Lolly scores into the bottom corner from distance to put Nottingham Forest ahead against Birmingham City. Meanwhile at Kenilworth Road, Harry Cornick has headed Luton into a one-goal lead against West Brom.
Premier League: Harry Wilson scores on his debut for Bournemouth to double their lead against Aston Villa. His shot from 25 yards took a big deflection before sailing past Tom Heaton in the Villa goal.
Championship: Joe Rafferty strikes to put Preston one up against Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium.
Premier League: Bernard cuts in from the wing and beats Ben Foster at his near post with a deflected shot to put Everton ahead at Goodison Park.
League Two latest: Bradford City 1-0 Oldham, Colchester United 1-0 Cambridge United.
League One latest: Blackpool 1-0 Oxford United, Peterborough 0-1 Ipswich Town.
Championship: The misery continues for Stoke City manager Nathan Jones, whose side have gone behind at home to Derby County. Martyn Waghorn with the goal at the Britannia Stadium.
Premier League: Bournemouth get off to a flyer as Josh King scores from the penalty spot to give them an early lead against Villa.
Not long now: The last of the pre-match formalities are under way in grounds the length and breadth of the UK and kick-off in today’s three o’clock games is just a couple of minutes away ...
3 - Under Jürgen Klopp, Liverpool have faced Southampton 11 times in all competitions (W5 D3 L3) – against no side has the German lost more often with the Reds than against the Saints (also three defeats against Leicester and Swansea). Foes. pic.twitter.com/r7b1PAyVlp
Ed Aarons was at the Emirates for the Guardian. Here’s how he saw an entertaining game unfold ...
League One result: Sunderland 2-1 Portsmouth.
Premier League: The final whistle has been blown at the Emirates, where Unai Emery’s side have seen off Burnley by the odd goal of three. Alexandre Lacazette gave Arsenal a first half lead, only for Ashley Barnes to score his third goal in two games to level proceedings just before half-time. Pierre Emerick Aubamayang scored the winner in the second half, while Dani Ceballos was outstanding in midfield on his full debut for Arsenal.
Brighton: Ryan, Montoya, Duffy, Dunk, Burn, March, Gross, Stephens, Propper, Trossard, Murray.
Aston Villa: Heaton, Elmohamady, Engels, Mings, Taylor, McGinn, Douglas Luiz, Grealish, Trezeguet, Wesley, El Ghazi.
Norwich: Krul, Aarons, Hanley, Godfrey, Lewis, Trybull, Leitner, Emi, Stiepermann, Cantwell, Pukki.
Everton: Pickford, Coleman, Keane, Mina, Digne, Gbamin, Andre Gomes, Richarlison, Sigurdsson, Bernard, Calvert-Lewin.
Southampton: Gunn, Bednarek, Yoshida, Vestergaard, Valery, Ward-Prowse, Romeu, Hojbjerg, Bertrand, Adams, Redmond.
Premier League: Pierre Emerick Aubamayang fires into the bottom left hand corner from the edge of the penalty area to put Arsenal back in front at the Emirates. Follow the second half here ...
Meanwhile in League One: Still looking for their first league win of the season, Sunderland lead Portsmouth by the odd goal of three as they approach half-time at the Stadium of Light. Marcus Hamess put the visitors ahead, but Jordan Willis and Chris Maguire have turned things around for the hosts.
Premier League: Ashley Barnes has survived a VAR check for offside to take advantage of some slack marking to restore parity at the Emirates and it’s no more than Burnley deserve. You can follow the action with Scott Murray ...
Plymouth, Swindon and Exeter City have all won two games each and are the only teams in the fourth tier with perfect records in these early stages of the season. Plymouth travel to Newport County, while Swindon and Exeter go toe to toe at St James Park, where something will have to give.
Portsmouth fans were forced out of their beds at the crack of dawn to make the 334-mile trip from Fratton Park to Sunderland for this afternoon’s lunchtime kick-off. It’s 1-1 at the Stadium of Light after 30 minutes, a scoreline with which Sunderland fans have become wearily accustomed in the past year.
Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton Athletic are the surprise early pace-setters in the Championship and both sides will be hoping to make it three wins out of three this afternoon. Lee Bowyer takes Charlton to Barnsley, while Wednesday travel to the Den to take on Millwall. At the bottom of the table, Reading, Stoke City and Blackburn have yet to get a point on the board.
Arsenal and Burnley got Premier League proceedings under way at the Emirates this weekend in today’s lunchtime kick-off. With almost 30 minutes gone, Arsenal lead a fairly evenly matched contest courtesy of Alexandre Lacazette’s strike after 13 minutes of one of seven top flight matches being played today.Continue reading...
We have added the older news archives below:
- Tue, 20 Jun 2017 18:38:04 +0000: Baldock signs new Brighton contract - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Brighton & Hove Albion | BBC
Brighton striker Sam Baldock agrees a new three-year contract with the club to run until the summer of 2020.
- Fri, 16 Jun 2017 17:34:52 +0000: Keeper Ryan joins Brighton in club record - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Brighton & Hove Albion | BBC
Brighton and Hove Albion sign Australia goalkeeper Mathew Ryan from Valencia for an undisclosed club-record fee.
- Wed, 14 Jun 2017 08:00:05 +0000: Premier League fixtures in full - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Brighton & Hove Albion | BBC
Find out your club's full fixture list for the 2017-18 Premier League season.
- Wed, 07 Jun 2017 12:30:04 +0000: Sidwell signs new Brighton contract - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Brighton & Hove Albion | BBC
Brighton midfielder Steve Sidwell signs a new one-year contract with the newly-promoted Premier League club.
- Tue, 30 May 2017 14:02:01 +0000: Bong agrees one-year Brighton contract - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Brighton & Hove Albion | BBC
Defender Gaetan Bong agrees a new one-year contact with Brighton who were promoted to the Premier League this season.