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Can Chris Hughton keep Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League?

This season in the Championship, we’ve witnessed Newcastle United winning the league, and Brighton & Hove Albion also gain automatic promotion to the Premier League. That being said, how will Albion manager, Chris Hughton deal with next season in the top tier? Read More »

Premier League veteran set to return

Glenn Murray, who has led Championship leaders Brighton and Hove Albion to promotion, would love to have a third crack as a Premier League veteran.

It’s not uncommon for Premier League sides to include at least one veteran striker nowadays. Manchester United have Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Sunderland has Jermaine Defoe, Stoke have Peter Crouch. Whilst their influence may sometimes be overlooked, they can be extremely influential. Next season, one such Premier League veteran is set to re-enter the fray. Read More »

How patience is starting to pay off for Chris Hughton’s Brighton

When Chris Hughton was appointed boss at Brighton and Hove Albion in December 2014, his objective was simple: to stay in the Championship. Fast forward just over two years later and the Seagulls are currently top of England’s second tier. Read More »

Match Report: Crystal Palace 0-3 Nottingham Forest (Palace Fan’s Perspective)

A stunning hat-trick from Radoslaw Majewski moved Nottingham Forest six points clear of the drop zone, as they extended their unbeaten run to four games in the Championship. For Palace fans, it was always going to be a season of stability and consolidation, having fought against relegation for the two previous seasons. With relegation now mathematically impossible, and promotion a ... Read More »

106 Years and Counting…

Crystal Palace F.C is yet to win a major domestic cup competition… They have of course had a few fairly decent attempts at trying to address this. Six previous League Cup and F.A Cup semi-finals appearances and one FA Cup final appearance (two if you count the replay!!) have seen them go pretty close – but 106 years after forming ... Read More »

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