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Eight talking points ahead of the Premier League weekend
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Ranking the five highest-paid players in the Premier League
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MVPs: Every Premier League club’s key man ahead of the season run-in
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Golazos – Six stunning goals from the international break
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Premier League clubs circle for wantaway Lorient midfielder
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Checking in on the impact of the Premier League’s most expensive January signings
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Report: Brighton set to bid £13m for Spurs target Iling-Junior while Paratici is unable to work
Tottenham now look set to lose ground on Brighton in the race to sign Samuel Iling-Junior as Fabio Paratici is banned from negotiations. What’s the...
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West Ham and Crystal Palace interest in 'incredible talent' played down by star's father
West Ham United and Crystal Palace are keen on Mateo Retegui but the Italy international’s father is playing down reports of a potential Premier League...
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‘Irish version of Harry Kane’: John Aldridge raves about striker linked with Liverpool
John Aldridge has raved about Evan Ferguson amid rumour linking the striker with Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool and has compared him to Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry...
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Report: West Ham join race for 'world-class' striker with 31 goals in 53 games
West Ham United have reportedly joined Premier League rivals Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion in the race to sign Italy international Mateo Retegui...
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Burnley transfer news: 5 PL clubs keeping tabs on Kompany target, more assists than KDB & Messi
A report has claimed that 5 Premier League clubs are keen on a transfer involving Burnley target Mike Tresor Ndayishimiye. This revelation comes from 90...
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29 goals in 51 games; Crystal Palace could sign a 'world-class' striker
Crystal Palace could potentially sign a ‘world-class’ striker in Mateo Retegui with the Italy international’s agent set to hold talks in London ahead of a...
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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend
Liverpool need to close gap on former title rivals, Jesus key for Arsenal and Hodgson returns for relegation six-pointer
Over four seasons, there was a total of one Premier League point between them. This season there are 19 points between Manchester City and Liverpool. City still don’t have things their own way: Erling Haaland’s presence remains a double-edged sword. Without Haaland’s goals, Arsenal would be on a title victory lap while with the Norwegian – an injury doubt for Saturday’s match – City have never quite hit the fluency shown when they were duking it out with Liverpool over those years. By contrast Jürgen Klopp’s problems run rather deeper than implanting a guaranteed goal machine. Virgil van Dijk was criticised this week by the Dutch legends Ruud Gullit and Marco van Basten for his leadership style. And even though Stefan Bajcetic is only 18, losing him for the season was a blow. Liverpool, though, retain significant danger, as Manchester United found out, and as Guardiola recognised after losing 1-0 at Anfield in October to a Mo Salah strike. John Brewin
Manchester City v Liverpool, Saturday 12.30pm
Chelsea v Aston Villa, Saturday 5.30pm
Arsenal v Leeds, Saturday 3pm
Crystal Palace v Leicester, Saturday 3pmContinue reading...
FA Cup and Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action
Antonio Conte comes out swinging, Rob Holding steps up for Arsenal and Brighton’s talent conveyor belt keeps rolling
Will Antonio Conte be in charge of Tottenham for their next fixture, on 3 April at Everton? Those in the St Mary’s press room on Saturday evening were in little doubt that his instant-classic rant – two questions batted away during 10 minutes of fury – was a kiss-off, an ejector seat activated. Conte levelled blame at everyone but himself and even threw an olive branch to his predecessors, a list including arch-rival José Mourinho. “They can change the manager, a lot of managers, but the situation cannot change,” Conte declared in a critique of the club’s culture, and by extension, the owners Enic and the chairman, Daniel Levy. It was the players who received the most bilious invective, creating a potentially awkward situation post-international break, should Conte still be around. “They don’t want to play under pressure, they don’t want to play under stress,” he hissed. Listening back to the tape, it was amusing to hear Conte entering the room with a demure apology for being late. John Brewin
Premier League report: Southampton 3-3 Tottenham
FA Cup report: Manchester United 3-1 FulhamContinue reading...
Brighton snuff out Grimsby’s dream on a day brimming with FA Cup charm | Barney Ronay
Roberto De Zerbi has made such an impact that Brighton were never likely to lose but Grimsby deserve their admirers too
At times during this relentlessly entertaining FA Cup quarter-final it was hard to avoid the feeling that the ambient levels of wholesomeness inside the Amex Stadium might just be reaching a potentially dangerous high, the counters starting to fizz and burp.
This was an occasion so polite even the half-time entertainment was a deeply moving presentation from the life‑saving stadium medical team, followed by a mascot race, a kids’ race and then a succession of Mother’s Day announcements so heartfelt you half-expected the match officials to come running out for the second half holding a cake and flowers.Continue reading...
FA Cup semi-final draw and Brighton 5-0 Grimsby – as it happened
Brighton ended Grimsby’s glorious run and will face Man Utd in the last four, while City take on Sheffield United
I’m really looking forward to seeing how Ferguson does, not just today but over the next bit. He looks remarkably complete for a centre-forward his age – I just hope Brighton can hang onto him beyond the summer.
Google reckon Brighton will have Gross at right-back, Mac Allister in front alongside Caicedo, and then March in his usual spot off the right, with Undav in behind Ferguson. All shall soon be revealed.Continue reading...
Ferguson’s double helps Brighton cruise past spirited Grimsby in FA Cup
It was a romantic story, one to fire the dreams of a club and a town – just not the one that the neutrals had wanted. This FA Cup quarter-final was set up for Grimsby to make history, to become the first club from the fourth tier to reach the last four of the competition.
Instead, it was Brighton that advanced – as was always going to be the case; 99 times out of 100, anyway – Roberto De Zerbi’s team penning the latest chapter of their fantastic season to ensure that the puns focused on seagulls feasting on fish.Continue reading...
FA Cup and Premier League: 11 things to look out for this weekend
Subplots abound among the seven key top-flight games and four intriguing Cup quarter-finals this weekend
Who can forget Vincent Kompany stepping up to power in a 71st-minute winner v Leicester for what was his final Manchester City goal in a game Pep Guardiola’s side had to win to set up the chance to seal the title in their next and final match of 2018-19? They did, City subsequently became champions, and the captain, Kompany, had a dream end to a garlanded 11 years at the club. Now it could be reverse-fortunes time as the Belgian plots Burnley’s elimination of Guardiola’s team from the FA Cup. Can he do so? Why not: Kompany’s Clarets are the 13-point runaway leaders of the Championship and knockout football is all about romantic upsets. Jamie Jackson
FA Cup quarter-final: Manchester City v Burnley, Saturday 5.45pm
FA Cup quarter-final: Sheffield United v Blackburn, Sunday 12pm
FA Cup quarter-final: Brighton v Grimsby, Sunday 2.15pm
FA Cup quarter-final: Manchester United v Fulham, Sunday 4.30pmContinue reading...
Brighton vs Brentford: Albion to be without three players, Brentford awaiting news on key midfielder
Brighton face fellow European hopefuls Brentford at the Amex Stadium tomorrow in their first game back after the two-week international break.
'Smart, mobile and agile' - Former Manchester United and Fulham star on whether Brighton and Hove Albion ace is ready to play for an elite club
A former Manchester United striker has said a move for Brighton’s breakout star Kaoru Mitoma to one of the top clubs in the Premier League would be a ‘big step’.
Real Madrid readying move for Brighton attacker Mac Allister
Real Madrid are readying a summer move for Brighton attacker Alexis Mac Allister.Read more on Tribal Football
Ex-Spurs midfielder Sandro: Why Brighton boss De Zerbi so special
Former Tottenham midfielder Sandro is delighted seeing Roberto de Zerbi making an impact at Brighton.Read more on Tribal Football
De Zerbi outlines his ambitions for Brighton
Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi has never been one to shy away from a comment.Read more on Tribal Football
Evan Ferguson due massive Brighton pay-rise
Brighton are preparing a new deal for teenage star Evan Ferguson in the coming weeks.Read more on Tribal Football
Ireland coach Kenny: Brighton striker Ferguson too honest off the ball
Brighton youngster Evan Ferguson has been told he worked too hard in his latest international.Read more on Tribal Football
Lallana: Brighton victory at Liverpool very special
Brighton star Adam Lallana has described his team's win over Liverpool earlier this season as a poignant moment.Read more on Tribal Football
Chelsea 'plotting summer move for £40m-rated goalkeeper Andre Onana'
Kepa Arrizabalaga is Graham Potter's first choice goalkeeper at Stamford Bridge but this could change as the Blues are reportedly targeting a move for Inter shot-stopper Andre Onana.
10 reasons to be excited for the return of the Premier League
The Premier League returns this weekend following the international break, and everything is still to play for as we reach the business end of the season.
Ireland's talent factory has produced Brighton star Evan Ferguson
LEWIS STEELE IN DUBLIN: Ireland's talent factory which has produced more than 450 caps' worth of stars including. Now it's Fergie time.
Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi wants MORE control over club's transfer plans
TOM COLLOMOSSE: The Italian has done a fine job since replacing Graham Potter, keeping Brighton firmly in the hunt for European football while playing some of the most exciting football.
MATT BARLOW: The 'Moneyball' feud that is driving the Premier League's talent factories
MATT BARLOW: Matthew Benham quit working for Tony Bloom's company to set up in competition and by the time he bought Brentford had made an enemy of his former boss.
English clubs 'have paid a whopping £1.3MILLION this season for referee abuse'
The FA, English football's governing body, has collected £1,279,375 so far this campaign from more than 100 fines given to Premier League and English Football League (EFL) teams.
Why Roberto De Zerbi is Europe’s Next Elite Manager
Chelsea loanee labels Thiago Silva as ‘a joke’ as he lauds Graham Potter
Chelsea Transfer News Roundup: Blues confident of N'Golo Kante stay; club keen on Brighton midfielder, and more - March 30, 2023
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Brentford Prediction and Betting Tips | 1st April 2023
“I used to imitate the dribbling of Cristiano Ronaldo” - Reported Arsenal transfer target says he admires Al-Nassr superstar
5 clubs that sold a superstar and got better this season (2022-23)
The latest Football News for Brighton & Hove Albion
- Fri, 31 Mar 2023 17:54:00 +0000: James Furlong gives the lowdown on his Motherwell loan - The Argus | Albion
James Furlong could not have anticipated the highs and lows of his first two months of sustained first-team experience on loan from Albion.
- Fri, 31 Mar 2023 15:34:37 +0000: Brighton v Brentford: Possible starting line-ups - The Argus | Albion
Tariq Lamptey has recovered from his knee injury.
- Fri, 31 Mar 2023 14:29:05 +0000: Roerto De Zerbi's update on injured Jeremy Sarmiento - The Argus | Albion
Albion expect to be without Jeremy Sarmiento for up to two months.
- Fri, 31 Mar 2023 06:51:00 +0000: Roberto De Zerbi has no need to find a way out of Brighton - The Argus | Albion
Roberto De Zerbi will talk to the media today ahead of what could be an historic few weeks for Brighton. He remains focused on their Premier League and FA Cup campaigns despite Tottenham links and other speculation.
- Fri, 31 Mar 2023 04:56:00 +0000: Roberto De Zerbi says Albion deserve more home points - The Argus | Albion
Albion want to add to their improving home form as they chase European football.
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- Fri, 31 Mar 2023 12:38:20 +0000: Brighton & Hove Albion v Brentford team news - BBC Sport
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Brighton & Hove Albion and Brentford.
- Fri, 31 Mar 2023 06:03:08 +0000: Why De Zerbi is set to be 'one of the very best' - BBC Sport
Roberto de Zerbi has got Brighton challenging for Europe, BBC Sport talk to the people who know him the best.
- Wed, 29 Mar 2023 17:40:30 +0000: Football looked very different in 1983 FA Cup final - BBC Sport
BBC Sport looks back at the 1983 FA Cup final between Brighton and Manchester United. The teams will meet in the semi-final of the 2023 competition.
- Wed, 29 Mar 2023 17:09:04 +0000: BBC to show Brighton-Man Utd FA Cup semi-final - BBC Sport
The FA Cup semi-final between Brighton and Man Utd will be live on the BBC, with Man City v Sheffield United on ITV.
- Wed, 29 Mar 2023 05:14:39 +0000: Football fan thanks volunteers who saved his life - BBC Sport
Bob Whetton meets the St John Ambulance volunteers who gave him CPR in Brighton last October.