Life after Brighton – what happened to the Albion’s League One title winning side?


At Burnley this Saturday, the three strikers who fired Brighton and Hove Albion to the League One title in the 2010-11 season could all be on the pitch at the same time (sorry Fran Sandaza, we’re not counting you).

Glenn Murray of course is back at the Albion for a second spell that has proven to be even more successful than his first while Burnley have both Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood on their books and banging in the goals for Sean Dyche’s side in their unlikely bid for Europa League football next season.

With the three men who plundered 53 goals between them that season all set to meet again, it got us thinking about just how good that side Gus Poyet put together was. Along with Murray, Barnes and Wood, another five of the squad have gone onto play Premier League football.

Really, that shouldn’t be surprising. This was a group of players who had promotion sewn up with five games to go, the title with four left to play and who delivered some of the most memorable moments in the Albion’s history such as winning eight consecutive games in one calendar month and stunning away victories at Charlton Athletic and Peterborough United.

We’ll see Murray, Barnes, Wood and Lewis Dunk at Turf Moor but what happened to the rest of the Class of 2011? Here’s what.

Casper Ankergren
Remained at the Albion as a player for a further six seasons in which he made 32 appearances to go with the 46 games he played in 2010-11. Now on Ben Roberts coaching team, he has single-handedly kept the coffee shops of Hove going over the last eight years at the same time as giving hope that anyone who gets through a pack of 20 Marlboro Light a day can make it as a professional footballer.

Peter Brezovan
Sexy Pete enjoyed a brief run as number one in the second half of the 2011-12 season, which makes it all the more remarkable that we nearly made the play-offs that year given that he was more known for his handsome Slovakian looks than his goalkeeping ability. Released at the end of the 2013-14 campaign, he had brief spells with Tranmere Rovers and Southport before retiring. In 2015, he released “Tired and Sleepy”, a single in which he sings and plays guitar – and we’ve only gone and bloody found it! Click here to listen

Inigo Calderon
He had secured club legend status by the time he left the Albion in the summer of 2016 after 232 appearances and 19 goals. Voted the clubs Player of the Season in 2014-15, he is currently at Indian Super League club Chennaiyin having spent last season in Cypurs with Αnorthosis Famagusta.

Marcos Painter
One of those players who was clearly too good for League One but too slow for the Championship. The left back was the only player to start every league game in 2010-11. He struggled following promotion and was gradually phased out before eventually being released in the summer of 2013. He spent the next season at Portsmouth and is now a coach at Birmingham City, the club at which he started his career.

Gordon Greer
The captain remained with the Albion until the summer of 2016, racking up 234 appearances for the club and earning enough money to have at least three hair transplants during his time on the south coast. He showed he was still a Brighton man at heart by getting himself sent off when playing for Blackburn Rovers against us in the 2016-17 season, presenting the Albion with three big points in the quest for promotion to the Premier League. He is now back in his native Scotland, enjoying a second spell with Kilmarnock.

Adam El-Abd
The Albion’s Player of the Season in the League One campaign, he was a regular when not injured until a combination of an unfortunately timed suspension coinciding with the arrival of Matthew Upson saw him lose his place in the side in March 2013. He wasn’t able to dislodge either Upson or Gordon Greer after that, eventually moving to Bristol City. He’s been something of a journeyman since then, going onto play for Bury, Swindon Town, Gillingham, Shrewsbury Town and his current club Wycombe Wanderers who he is looking to captain to promotion from League Two this season.

Tommy Elphick
The defender ruptured his Achilles tendon in the final game of the 2010-11 season at Notts County and would never play for the Albion in a competitive game again. He was sold to Bournemouth in the summer of 2012 and captained them on their “fairytale” rise from League One to the top flight before moving to Aston Villa for £3,000,000 in 2016. He is currently on-loan at Reading and famously looked very happy about it when the Biscuitment unveiled his signing.

Lewis Dunk
Whatever happened to that teenage defender who played a few games as fourth choice centre back that season?

Liam Bridcutt
He had the world at his feet when winning back-to-back Player of the Season awards in 2011-12 and 2012-13 before getting ideas a bit above his station, forcing through a move to Sunderland to work with Poyet again. Whether Poyet’s approach was entirely legal we’ll probably never know, but it hasn’t quite worked out how he planned as a disappointing spell at the Stadium of Light was followed by time spent at The Leeds United and Nottingham Forest, for whom he scored his first goal in SEVEN YEARS against Cardiff City at the weekend – the last time he was on the score sheet being in the Albion’s 4-3 win over Dagenham & Redbridge which secured promotion.

Radostin Kishishev
The classy Bulgarian left at the end of the League One title winning campaign having passed on his sizable knowledge to Bridcutt. He returned to his first club Chernomorets Burgas in his native Bulgaria for one final season before retiring and has since gone onto manage Vereya, PFC Burgas and Neftochimic Burgas. He can now be found back at Chernomorets as under 19s manager.

Gary Dicker
Another to have appeared in every league game, he left the Albion in the summer of 2013 after 154 games. Spells with Rochdale, Crawley Town and Carlisle United followed and he is now playing alongside Greer at Kilmarnock. We don’t remember him being a particularly dirty player but so far this season he has an extremely commendable seven yellow and one red card from 22 games.

Matt Sparrow
Scored twice on his Albion debut at Swindon Town in the opening game of the campaign but he never seemed to earn the trust of Poyet over the next two seasons despite clearly being one of the more talented members of the squad. His Brighton career effectively ended when in his first game back from suspension after a red card against Leicester, he got sent off again at Nottingham Forest. After leaving the Albion, he played for Crawley, Scunthorpe United, Cheltenham Town, Lincoln and Gainsborough Trinity and can now be found in Australia turning out for Joondalup United. The team will always have a soft spot for Sparrow as he would often find the time to stop for a brief chat whenever we saw him in Hassocks on a Sunday morning after a game, despite the fact that we were quite clearly still pissed from the previous day.

Augustin Battipiedi
One of two Argentinian’s that Poyet signed while on his summer holiday. He played for Dover Athletic under former Albion striker Nicky Forster following his release and was last heard of turning out in Italy for Imperia.

Elliott Bennett
One of the most popular members of the 2010-11 side even after he handed in a transfer request to try and force through a move to Norwich in January of that season, he played in every league game that season. He did eventually get his dream move to Carrow Road that summer to play Premier League football, since when he returned to the Albion briefly on-loan in the final days of Sami Hyypia’s reign of target. He now plays in League One with Blackburn.

Kazenga LuaLua
The flying winger showed his finest form in the 2010-11 season, scoring four goals in 11 games and genuinely looking unplayable before breaking a leg away at Hartlepool United. Poyet signed him permanently in the summer of 2011 but a combination of injuries and discipline problems meant that he never fulfilled his undoubted potential. Highlights on the discipline front included being fined two weeks wages for performing doughnuts in his car in the Bennett’s Field Car Park and ending up in court for throwing a girls phone down a drain on West Street. He has just been relegated to League One with Sunderland.

Craig Noone
Only arrived in January of the title winning season but had quite the impact, scoring twice in 23 games. He earned a move to Cardiff City in August 2012 for whom he would go onto play in the Premier League, allowing the media to bust out the story about him working on Steven Gerrard’s roof around 75 times in the 2013-14 season. Now plays for Championship strugglers Bolton Wanderers.

Cristian Baz
The other Argentinian that Poyet picked up on his vacation. What has happened to him is even less clear than his compatriot Battipiedi. There is a Cristian Baz on Soundcloud but before you get overexcited and think we could have TWO musical artists from one title winning squad, this bloke is some long haired gothic gimp from Spain, not a former footballer from Buenos Aries.

Glenn Murray
He’s doing alright, isn’t he?

Ashley Barnes
Divided opinion among the Albion fan base right up until he was sold to Burnley in January 2014, which was hardly surprising given he was capable of being a quality player one week and then deliberately tripping over a referee the next. You can’t argue with what he has done since moving to Turf Moor though and he has 10 goals so far this season. 11 on Saturday when he inevitably nets a 94th minute winner and celebrates in front of the away end.

Chris Wood
It’s easy to forget that the New Zealander was just 19 years old when we signed him on loan from West Bromwich Albion. He looked raw but with plenty of potential in that 2010-11 season which made it all the more surprising we never seriously went back in for him. The goals have since flowed for Birmingham, Bristol City, Millwall, Leicester City and Leeds before he arrived at Burnley for £15,000,000 in the summer with 10 in 24 games for the Clarets.

Fran Sandaza
The forgotten/ignored member of the Albion’s League One strike force. The Spaniard scored four times in 19 games mainly from the bench before being released at the end of the campaign. St Johnstone, Rangers, Lugo, Girona, FC Tokyo, Al Ahli and Qingdao Huanghai have been his subsequent destinations. He’s had some interesting moments since leaving, namely being caught drink driving the wrong way down a one way street in Scotland and being duped into discussing a move away from Rangers by a hoax telephone call which resulted in his release from the club. He also ran in the 2013, 2014 and 2015 Grand Nationals but was unable to complete the Aintree Course.

Tony Bloom set to buy Belgian second tier club


Brighton and Hove Albion chairman Tony Bloom is set to purchase a second football club with a deal to buy Belgian second division side Union Saint Gilloise expected to be given the go-ahead at a general meeting of shareholders on Monday.

The Brussels based side are one of the most successful in Belgian football history having won the Belgian Title 11 times and finished up on eight occasions, although it should be stated they were all before World War II kicked off.

Currently in the eight team Belgian First Division B, they finished sixth in the opening tournament of the season and fourth in the closing tournament of the season. For reasons probably that only a Belgian person would probably be able to explain to you, the league is split into two different “tournaments” with each side playing each other twice in each “tournament”.

The winners of each “tournament” then face off in a two legged play offs to determine who will win promotion to the top flight. The remaining teams who finished in the top four but weren’t promoted then go into a play off system with the teams who finished seventh-15th in the top division to decide who will qualify for the Europa League while the sides finishing fifth-eighth in the second tier take part in their own play off with the loser of that being relegated into the amateur leagues.

Bloom clearly doesn’t have a problem with how bloody stupid or confusing all that is having agreed to purchase the club from their current German owner Jurgen Baatzsch. Baatzsch is set to remain as president.

Although it is being said that the deal is completely independent of the Albion, it isn’t hard to see the benefits that we could reap from it. Development squad players who aren’t reallty benefiting from under 23 football could be sent on loan to Union SG while Belgium’s less stringent laws on bringing in overseas players means that a new signing from South America who doesn’t qualify for a work permit could be signed by Union SG, play for them for a couple of seasons to qualify for an EU passport and then move to the Albion. Presuming of course Brexit doesn’t bollocks all that up.

It will also give the Albion a closer insight into the world of Belgian football in terms of finding potential signings. Belgium is of course where we signed Jose Izquierdo and Maty Ryan has spent most of his career in Europe.

Several teams in England have been taken over by individuals involved with foreign clubs with mixed success. Watford have become an established Premier League side under the ownership of the Pozzo Family who control Udinese and at one point, Granada as well.

Less successful has been the ownership of Charlton Athletic by Roland Duchâtelet who has owned more football clubs that Katie Price has had blokes, turning Charlton into a complete basketcase while Brescia chairman Massimo Cellino’s tenure at the helm of The Leeds United was nothing if not entertaining.

Not many owners of English clubs have gone the other way bar Manchester City who’s City Football Group also part own New York City, Melbourne City and a host of other clubs. They’ve put that to good use by installing former Man City coach Patrick Viera in charge of New York in the hope of grooming him to be a future boss at the Etihad Stadium.

It will be interesting to see how Bloom’s investment plays out from an Albion point of view but one disappointing thing from a supporters perspective is that he has picked a club in Brussels. With the whole of Belgium available to him, he has picked one of the worst cities in a country featuring places such as Gent and Brugge.

Given that Belgian beer is still lovely and blows your head off, it probably won’t stop us visiting at some point next season.

Match Review – Brighton 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur


Was Brighton and Hove Albion’s 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur our most impressive points of the Premier League season so far? We think so.

There are a couple of other games you could make a case for. The 3-0 win away at West Ham United was hugely enjoyable and as well as the Albion played that day, we were helped by the Hammers being absolutely abject. Likewise Arsenal at home. Big name they may be, but the Gunners this season are a shadow of their former selves. They could yet finish below Burnley – who we were disappointed not to beat at home – and arrived at the Amex having lost their previous three games and with one win in seven league games on the road. Really, it would have been more of a shock if we hadn’t beaten Arsenal.

Spurs though were different. They may have rested a couple of players with one eye on Saturday’s FA Cup Semi Final with Manchester United, but they still sent out a side containing the likes of Christian Eriksen, Eric Dier and Harry Kane. They had the second best away record in the division, second only to Manchester City, and had dropped just nine points from a possible 42 since the turn of the year.

Yet for 90 minutes at the Amex there was little between the sides. This was an intense rollercoaster of a game the likes of which you simply don’t get in any other division. Both sides were hammer and tongs for it, hard but fair and both teams could’ve quite feasibly had a claim to all three points.

For Spurs, Son Heung-min was denied only by a world class save from Maty Ryan right at the end of the first half. There are probably only a handful of goalkeepers in the Premier League who could’ve kept the South Korean’s low, hard and venomous strike out but Ryan had both the reactions and the strength of wrist to do it. For all the talk of Lewis Dunk or Shane Duffy attracting offers from bigger clubs, Ryan must be the player we are in must danger of attracting offers for – especially given the goalkeeping issues suffered by teams such as Liverpool and Arsenal further up the food chain. A gentle reminder here that we paid £5m to sign him. Five. Million. Pounds. Outrageous.

The visitors best other chance came from Duffy who nearly succeeded in turning Eriksen’s cross in, the ball flashing just the wrong side of the post. As for the Albion, Dunk went close with a header and a deflected Knockaert effort ended up being more comfortable than it looked for Hugo Lloris. We’ll always wonder what might have been at the end when Ryan claimed a corner and launched a drop kick up field. Substitute Solly March looked set to race away with only the open road between him and Lloris, only for Kevin Friend to blow his whistle with Beram Kayal down clutching his head in our box. A poor decision from a referee who was otherwise excellent and he seemed to acknowledge that at the end.

Kayal’s face was just one part of his body that took a battering, the other being his testicles after he put them to good use to block two second half shots on the space of 30 seconds. Not since there was that bloke on the Jeremy Kyle show who had fathered 18 different children with 13 different women has a pair of bollocks worked so hard.

It was hard work all over the pitch that ground out the result. Kayal covered every blade of grass, Glenn Murray made Toby Alderweireld look like a bloke who hasn’t played since October by outpacing him at one point, Pascal Gross was twisting and turning this way and that in a whirl of blue and white, Anthony Knockaert’s three game ban has not only given him the chance to collect all the toys from his pram but also return at approaching his best and Bruno defied his 37 years on his return at right back. Before kick off, that seemed almost like a token change as something had to be done after the back four’s horror show at Selhurst Park but by full time it looked an inspired move.

The only negative of note was again a completely preventable goal conceded. It started with a sloppy Kayal pass, Bong looking like a man who’d been smoking too much out of his namesake when making a right hash out of retrieving the situation and Ryan then failing to stop the advance of Son who crossed low for Kane. There was another chance to stop the ball on its route to goal but it would’ve been asking a lot for Bruno to keep Kane’s finish out and indeed, he only succeeded in helping it in.

Luckily, the response was instant and virtually from kick off the Albion were awarded a penalty which Gross stepped up to fire straight into the bottom corner. German’s don’t miss from 12 yards.

Against top class opposition, the Albion never let their heads drop and by full time, Spurs knew they’d been in a battle. Had we have played 50% as well as this against Palace on Saturday, we’d have won at Selhurst. That was perhaps the only furstrating thing to come out of last night, knowing that we were so abject and looked so uninterested against our arch rivals, and then the players can deliver a performance like that.

Guess that’s what you call typical Brighton.

Match Preview – Brighton v Tottenham Hotspur


Tottenham Hotspur – the team
Always the bridesmaid, never the bride. Spurs have one of the most talented squads in the country packed with exciting young players yet that still hasn’t been enough for them to add a single trophy to their cabinet for over a decade. To put that in perspective, even Wigan Athletic, Swansea City and even bloody Portsmouth have won major silverware in that time. In the Premier League, they finished second to Chelsea on 86 points last season and the year before were Leicester City’s closest pursuers before rather hilariously falling away to finish in third place, below Arsenal in second. They will finish above the Gunners this season though which is more important than winning a trophy to most Spurs fans, anyway.

Tottenham – the place
Tottenham is named after a farmer called Tota who had a hamlet in the area around the time of the Doomsday Book, hence Tota’s Hamlet becoming Tottenham. Henry VIII used to visit Bruce Castle (apparently not named after Bruce Forsyth) and hunt in Tottenham Wood. In more recent times, it was in Tottenham that Mark Duggan was shot to death to spark the London Riots, allowing our Palace supporting rivals to discover how to make fire. Spurs are currently playing home games at Wembley but will move back to the area for next season. Their new home doesn’t have a name, but it might as well be called “The Corporate Bowl That Sucked The Life Out Of Football”, given that the stadiums new H Club will offer “provision for guests to store their personal vintage wines, cognacs and liquors in a purpose-built, temperature-controlled on-site reserve”. And we thought Paul Barber referring to fans as customers was bad.

Tottenham – the people
Spurs have historically had a significant following from people hated by the current Labour Party, namely Jews. This led to some horrific anti-semetic abuse through the late 1970s and early 1980s. They have a wealth of famous fans including Lord Sugar aka the Poor Man’s Donald Trump, Lemar, Jude Law and the former WWE wrestler Batista.

A good memory of Tottenham at home
Tottenham were the visitors for the inaugural first team game at the Amex in July 2011, a pre-season friendly in which they triumphed 3-2 defeat in which Ashley Barnes and Kazenga LuaLua scored for the Albion. It’s easy to forget how unfinished the stadium looked on that day we’d waited 14 long years for – empty corners and exposed steel and girders tatily covered up by a huge advertising banner for American Express where the upper tier of the East Stand now sits. It’s not easy to forget how far we’ve come to now be competing with Spurs on level terms.

A bad memory of Tottenham at home
Before our time, but it doesn’t get much worse than two riots in one game as happened when Spurs visited the Goldstone in April 1978. The first riot came after just 12 minutes when people spilled onto the pitch and the referee took the players off. The second was far more serious as the visiting supporters took exception to the Albion going 3-1 up and invaded the playing surface in an attempt to get the game abandoned. Classy.

Played for both?
We love highlighting how Arsenal have loaned us some utter gubbins through the years, but loan signings from that other corner of North London haven’t been much better. We’re looking at you and that overhead kick that went into orbit, Jonathan Obika.

Where to start? Harry Kane is one of the best strikers in the world, Christian Eriksen is probably the most underrated midfielder at one of the top six clubs and Dele Alli has made a hugely successful switch from being Tom Daley’s diving partner to professional footballer.

We’ve only managed to win and score from open play in one game against the big six so far this season and its hard to believe that Spurs will be anywhere near as poor as Arsenal were on their visit to the Amex. That makes the normal suspects of a Spurs clean sheet and both teams to score no look the value bets.

A repeat of our visit to Wembley in December bar the half empty stadium and terrible atmosphere – 2-0 to Spurs.

Match Review – Crystal Palace 3-2 Brighton


Oh Brighton and Hove Albion, you sure know how to pick the games to defend like complete and utter clowns in, don’t you?

Derby day against Crystal Palace and what do we go and do? Gift three goals to not just our arch rivals but one of our relegation rivals to boot. This was realistically our last winnable game of the season with five matches all against the top seven to come, yet we defended like schoolboys. Actually, that is an insult to schoolboys.

Everybody knows about the danger that Wilfried Zaha can pose when he isn’t busy auditioning for a role as Tom Daley’s new diving partner. We’d seen it five years ago in that home play off semi final when he scored both goals to send Palace on their way to the Premier League. Yet we didn’t have a clue how to deal with him and that is pathetic, frankly.

The game was just four minutes old when Zaha gave Palace the lead and it was another goal conceded from a set piece. The Albion’s party piece this season has been to leave a man completely free to head home in the box but they contrived to find a new way to allow an opponent to score from a corner this time.

Luka Milivojevic took the corner short to Ruben Loftus-Cheek who returned it to Milivojevic. While this was going on the defence were completely motionless, allowing Milivojevic to roam unchallenged into the box as both Jurgen Locadia and Dale Stephens watched on in awe. Milivojevic then hit a low shot which Maty Ryan could only parry backwards towards Zaha who had the simple task of tapping home from a yard.

Nine minutes later and 1-0 became 2-0. This time, Jose Izquierdo looked busy thinking about what he could post on Instagram once they inconvenience of 90 minutes of football was out of the way and he allowed Yohan Cabaye time and space to earn a corner after a fine block from Beram Kayal. Kayal at least seemed slightly interested by what was going on on the pitch, berating Izquierdo for his lack of effort and he’d be going even more ape a few minutes later.

The corner eventually found its way to Andros Townsend who hit a stonking volley which Ryan turned away and Duffy then blocked the follow up for a second corner. This one came deep to James Tomkins who was completely free and headed it goalward. With Ryan flapping around like a parrot who has been administered a large quantity of cocaine, chaos ensured and eventually Tomkins was able to smash the loose ball through the Australian numbers ones legs and into the back of the net.

Palace simply looked like they wanted it more at this point and that’s completely inexcusable in any game, let alone this one. A cricket score looked like it could’ve been on the cards and thoughts turned to the 5-0 defeat at Selhurst Park 16 years ago. Could it eclipse that? Anything seemed possible with the Albion flidding around at the back.

In Glenn Murray though we had at least one bloke who seemed to grasp the importance of the game and he pulled one back when Lewis Dunk escaped the attentions of Mamadou Sakho to head a Gross corner towards goal where Murray was lurking to volley home just before Wayne Hennesey could claim.

Belatedley, it looked as though we were back in the game. That was until even more defending that would make those two brothers from Rotherham who hosted To Me, To You blush occurred. Gaetan Bong’s half arsed attempt at a clearance rolled all of three yards and straight to the feet of Milivojevic. He had so much time he was able to control the ball, look up, read the entirety of War and Peace and then deliver a cross to the back post where Zaha was arriving having run straight past the oblivious Ezequiel Schelotto to head past Ryan who, seemingly scarred by the two previous goals, was glued to his line for a ball that really should’ve been his. 3-1.

The frenetic first half didn’t end there, either. Kayal’s performance was one of the few bright spots and he linked up well with Locadia who played Izquierdo in for a one-on-one that he bent past Hennesey and into the bottom corner.

The second half was never going to be able to match the first for drama but there were plenty of opportunities for the Albion to salvage something from the game. Kayal delivered a looping cross to Murray which he turned towards goal, the ball falling the wrong side of the post by a matter of milimetres; Murray again was denied by a quite brilliant block by Sakho who showed the sort of quality you can get when you are spending £20m on one individual player and Hennesey made an outrageous double save, palming away an Anthony Knockaert cross and then saving at full stretch through a crowd the follow up volley from Dale Stephens.

There was one final chance in the dying seconds as Palace desperately held on but Murray couldn’t tuck Kayal’s cross in from close range and that was that. Palace had the three points, making it just one win in our last 10 visits to Selhurst Park which, despite the addition of a new bar and some toilets must still rank as one of the worst away ends in the country.

The result probably ensures Palace’s safety given the ease of their run in. As for the Albion, we remain seven points clear of the drop zone with most teams having just the four games left to play. It’s difficult to see where anymore points are going to come from this season, particularly if we keep defending like fully paid cast members from Zippo’s Circus. As long as Southampton and Stoke City don’t pick up too many points, it looks as though we may be survive with what we have.

It’s certainly turning into a disappointing end to the season but at the start of August, we’d all have taken picking up a potential one point from the last eight games if it meant being safe. Safety always was and is the aim and no defeat, even one like this to our arch rivals, should take away from what Chris Hughton and the Albion have achieved so far this season.

Just take off the bright red noses and the facepaint before Spurs on Tuesday, please.

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McShane in the 79th minute – Brighton’s only win at Selhurst Park in a generation


Selhurst Park hasn’t been the happiest of hunting ground for Brighton and Hove Albion in recent times. The Albion’s record since 1984 when visiting that squalid area of Croydon reads played eight, won one, drawn two, lost five, scored four, conceded 16. Ouch.

That means that an entire generation of fans have only ever come away from Palace with victory once in their Albion supporting lives. The date was Tuesday October 18th 2005, the score was 1-0 and the hero was Paul McShane, scoring his first goal for the club since signing on-loan from Manchester United at the start of the season. Not a bad time to do it.

What made this particular win over Palace all the more special was that it was so unexpected. You’d have had to have been sniffing a significant amount of glue in the lead up to the game to even suggest that Mark McGhee’s side would come away with anything.

Firstly, there were the contrasts in form. We’d won only one league game all season, a 2-0 success over Plymouth Argyle two months previously and even that was misleading given that they basically handed us the points on a plate by playing 72 year old Taribo West at centre back. Palace meanwhile were looking to bounce back to the Premier League at the first attempt after relegation. They arrived in great form, having won three on the bounce for a grand total of eight wins out of 14. Our last eight wins had been spread over a period of 10 months.

Then there were the respective squads. Palace had a current England international striker in Andrew Johnson in theirs, although he missed the game at Selhurst which, given he netted a hat-trick on our previous meeting there, might go some way to explaining why we won. But even without Johnson, Iain Dowie’s ugly mug could still call upon full internationals such as Gabor Kiraly and Clinton Morrison and proven Championship performers like Jobi McAnuff, Danny Butterfield and Fitz Hall.

The Albion didn’t have a pot to piss in and when we did have a pot to piss in, we’d often prefer to stick complete and utter shit in it instead like Federico Turienzo, signed for a six figure fee despite McGhee discarding him after one failed trial in a friendly against Lewes. Two of our stand out performers from the previous season in Adam Virgo and Dan Harding had left in the summer, and we’d replaced them with Jason Dodd and Colin Kazim-Richards. In short, there was not so much a gulf but more a chasm in class between the two sides.

This pretty woeful squad by Championship standards did at least give birth to Mark McGhee Bingo. McGhee had always had a liking for players players out of position with Virgo’s exploits as a centre forward being the main example, but in the 2005-06 season it kicked up a notch. You could just imagine McGhee sitting in a darkened room, curtains drawn, a Scottish film like Trainspotting or Braveheart playing quietly on the television in the background while we swigged whiskey straight from a bottle of Glenfarclas and drew names out of a hat as to who would be playing in what position the following day.

McGhee Bingo at Selhurst gave us Paul Reid – a right footed central midfielder – at left back and Gary Hart – a striker or attacking right winger – at right back. When Richard Carpenter – a central midfielder – was forced off after being hit in the face by Tom Soares after just 25 minutes, we saw Alexandre Frutos – a left winger – replace him.

Actually, that change from McGhee did kind of make sense as Dean Hammond – a central midfielder who had naturally started out wide – came inside, leaving us to play with two out-and-out wingers in Frutos and Sebastien Carole to fly down the wingers and deliver crosses into the box. A great gameplan with a front two of Leon Knight and Jake Robinson, who wouldn’t have enough height between them to go on some of the rides at Chessington World of Adventures.

As is normally the case in derby games, it was low on quality and high on effort. Remarkably, the Albion were the better side with Wayne Henderson only having to make on save of note all evening from Morrison. At the other end, Kiraly’s mother would’ve had a tough time washing all the mud out of his pyjama bottoms as he was kept busy all evening, denying Robinson, Knight and Frutos and sprawling across his goal a couple of times for efforts that flashed just wide.

Scoring goals had been a real problem all season for the Albion and it looked as though it would cost them the chance of a famous win as the clock ticked into the final 15 minutes with the score locked at 0-0. Then the Albion were awarded a corner in front of the Whitehorse Lane Stand. Carole delivered and McShane rose highest to head home. It was a ridiculous header and the sort of goal you only see in derbies, when heightened adrenaline and the will to win means players can often summon something superhuman – in this case the height he had to reach, the way he had to contort his body and the power he got to send the ball flying past Kiraly. McShane would end up being voted Player of the Season come the end of the campaign and that one moment of magic played a signifcant part in the decision.

It was a tense last 15 minutes after that and Palace put the ball into the back of the net with the final kick of the game through Morrison. The Eagles supporters next to us in the Holmesdale – away fans were housed next to the home end in the days before the locals discovered fire and Primark’s range of £6 black hoodies – went mad, taunting the Albion support with some lovely hand gestures and a lot of noise. What they hadn’t noticed is that the linesman’s flag was up, the game was restarting and we were still winning 1-0. And that is how it ended 30 seconds later.

There were wild celebrations on the pitch at the end with the players celebrating as if they’d just won promotion. And who can blame them? A season that was one of the worst in living memory outside of the War Years is still looked back on fondly, purely because of the fact that we won at Selhurst for the first and so far only time in 35 years. Paul Reid said in an article on the official site this week it was the highlight of his footballing career, and he’s played in a play-off final, won the A-League and represented Australia.

That’s what a win away at Palace means and that is why October 18th 2005 remains one of the Albion’s greatest nights.

Match Preview – Crystal Palace v Brighton


Crystal Palace – the team
That lot from up the M23 have had the better of our rivalry over the last 30 years, but that might be about to change. Only twice have the Albion finished above Palace since the 1980s, and on both of those occasions the Eagles had the last laugh when they became the first visiting team to win a league game at the Amex in 2011/12 and by knocking us out of the Championship play offs the following season. They had looked set to be the Premier Division’s laughing stock this season but the shrewd appointment of former England boss Roy Hodgson should ensure they avoid the drop. We still look on course to finish above them however and this time, they will have nothing to fall back on.

Crystal Palace – the place
The team is named after the Crystal Palace that was located on nearby Sydenham Hill after being moved from Hyde Park, where it had held the Great Exhibition of 1851. Unfortunately, the palace burnt down in 1936 owing to the locals penchant for pyrotechnics which more recently saw them decide to set fire to their own town in the London Riots of 2011 and bring a load of fireworks into the last league meeting at the two at the Amex. Selhurst Park itself is located in Selhurst, who’s Wikipedia entry lists that Henry VIII once used to own the land and virtually nothing else. Nearly as boring as Palace, then.

Crystal Palace – the people
Famous Palace fans include Eddie Izzard, Jo Brand and Jay from The Inbetweeners. Palace manage to pull off quite a coup though when appointing Kim Jong-un, Joseph Stalin, Chairman Mao and Heinrich Himmler to their security team which is the only explanation as to why Albion fans have to take photo ID and a membership card that matches the name on their match ticket in order to even approach the turnstiles for the Arthur Waite Stand. Without those, you’ll be carted off to the gulag.

A good memory of Crystal Palace away
The Albion’s record at Selhurst Park is astonishingly bad, with only one win from our last nine visits. That was the famous October evening when Mark McGhee’s side shocked the Eagles by winning 1-0 through Paul McShane’s second half header.

A bad memory of Crystal Palace away
You wait 13 years for a Palace v Brighton game to come along, and then you really wish you hadn’t. A terrible day for all concerned as Andy Johnson hit a hat-trick in Palace’s 5-0 win in the 2002-03 season. To make matters worse, we were locked in the ground for 45 minutes afterwards with the Selhurst tannoy system announcing every five minutes that the bars WILL be open after the game. **** off.

Played for both
Glenn Murray had to endure a three year spell at Palace because Gus Poyet didn’t want to give him £5 a week extra, instead preferring to sign Craig Mackail-Smith. Glenn loves a goal against his former clubs as he proved in our FA Cup meeting back in January – another one of those wouldn’t go amiss.

Having grown up at Palace, Wilfried Zaha knows better than most just how intense the rivalry between the two sides is. He also tends to deliver in derby games, having notched three times for against us before. If he can stop doing a better impression of Tom Daley than even Tom Daley can manage, then he will be a real threat.

Games between rivals can be notoriously cagey affairs and that is before you even throw in the fact that this is two sides meeting who are scrapping for points in an attempt to avoid relegation. Neither is going to want to lose the game and that makes a draw at 12/5 appealing.

A dull 0-0, instantly forgettable and a one hour lock in at Selhurst afterwards. Can’t wait.

Match Review – Brighton 1-1 Huddersfield Town


Oh what might have been. For all the soul searching after Brighton and Hove Albion were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Huddersfield Town the simple fact is this – had we have been able to finish two of the simplest one-on-one chances you will ever see and had Shane Duffy not suffered a moment of complete gimpery, then we’d be sitting here talking about a 3-0 win.

Let’s start with those one-on-ones. The first of those came to Davy Propper inside of a minute. Released by a perfectly weighted ball over the top from Ezequiel Schelotto, the Dutch midfielder was clean through on goal and straight down the middle to boot, yet somehow he contrived to put the ball the wrong side of the post with only Jonas Lossl to beat.

The second occurred inside of the final 10 minutes when Leonardo Ulloa played a delight through ball to send Jose Izquierdo away. Sometimes when Izquierdo has the ball at his feet he resembles Road Runner from the Looney Tunes cartoons in that he just sticks his head down and runs in whatever direction he is facing as quickly as possible. He’d done it once already in the first half when he sprinted the ball straight out of play for a goal kick and it was the same with the one-on-one as he ran straight down the middle and straight into Lossl. All he had to do was either take a shot before he reached the Terrier’s number one or step either side of the goalkeeper but he didn’t and Lossl then did well to tip Schelotto’s follow up over the bar.

It was a busy afternoon for Lossl, especially in the second half when he was frequently called into the action, making his best save when tipping over a distance drive from Dale Stephens – turns out he wasn’t poisoned in Salisbury after all but really did have a “minor hamstring problem” that had kept him out for a month.

Lossl’s showing in the second 45 made up for the fact that he was largely at fault for the Albion’s opener. Solly March justified his recall to the starting line up at the expense of Jurgen Locadia by cutting inside from the right and hitting a shot towards the bottom corner from the edge of the box. It looked a weak effort which Lossl really should have got down to as it creeped goalwards but he was too late and only succeeded in diving past the ball meaning his head was in prime position to divert the shot into the back of the net once it had come off the post. Goal line technology confirmed what even Stevie Wonder could see and that was that the ball was so far over the line it was practically in Rottingdean.

Lossl’s claim for cock up of the day lasted all of 60 seconds before Duffy decided to take the mantle for himself. In a move you’d expect from pissed up defender in Sussex Sunday League Division 3, the Irishman decided it would be a good idea to play a completely blind pass back towards his own goal. Unsurprisingly, this wasn’t a good idea as he gave the ball straight to the feet of Steve Mouine who needed no second invitation to round Ryan and equalise.

You can’t say that Duffy cock up hadn’t been coming either. Before the goal, Duffy and Dunk must have either given the ball away or sent it needlessly out of play more times than they’d managed to find a team mate. It was a problem not just confined to the defence – Chris Hughton’s half time team talk could quite feasibly have consisted of merely teaching his players what a blue and white striped shirt looked like and it would have led to a vast improvement.

The last 15 minutes were made slightly more challenging for the Albion when Propper received a straight red card when he slid in on Jonathan Hogg. In real time at the Amex, it looked that the referee had got the decision right as Propper slid in with studs up but watching it back there is every argument that it was a harsh decision. Either way, he now misses the next three games which means an instant recall to the side for Beram Kayal for the small matter of next weeks trip to Crystal Palace.

That game at Selhurst Park becomes even bigger now. For all the bed wetting that followed “only” drawing at home with Huddersfield, the point actually moved us seven clear of Southampton in the final relegation spot. We are eight clear of Stoke who only have 12 points left to play for so barring a complete miracle, the Potters aren’t finishing above us. It means we only need to find one more side to finish ahead of to guarantee Premier League football for next season – and a victory next week would pretty much ensure Palace aren’t overtaking us either.

Securing Premier League survival at Selhurst Park? Wouldn’t that be nice.

Match Preview – Brighton v Huddersfield Town


Huddersfield Town – the team
Huddersfield surprised everybody last season when winning promotion to the Premier League despite having one of the lowest wage bills in the Championship. They’ve made a good stab at being in the top flight as well, sitting three points clear of the drop zone meaning that, for anyone who wasn’t aware of just how important this game is, they are also only three points behind the Albion. Their pressing style of football under David Wagner is one that the Albion don’t deal particularly well with, as defeats in our last two encounters with the Terriers and the thrashing at the hands of Liverpool attest to. Sky Sports won’t want you to know this seeing as football only began when they invented it in 1992, but historically Huddersfield are one of the most successful teams in the country, being one of only three clubs to win three consecutive English championships and an FA Cup all in the 1920s, making them the team of the decade.

Huddersfield – the place
Huddersfield was at the centre of the Industrial Revolution to the point where the actual army was sent into the town to stop the Luddites smashing up machinery – a suggestion there perhaps for how Theresa May could stop the modern day Luddites constantly striking on Southern Rail. The government campaign that eventually crushed the Luddites was sparked by the murder of local mill owner William Horsfall who was unfortunately not killed by having a horse fall on top of him.

Huddersfield – the people
The town is extremely proud of the fact that it has provided the country with two Prime Ministers, Harold Wilson of the Labour Party and Herbert Asquith of the Liberals. Sir Patrick Stewart is both from the town and a Huddersfield fan which makes you wonder if he used some of the mind control techniques exploited by Professor X on Chris Hughton before our visit to the John Smith’s Stadium in December to convince him to play Ezequiel Schelotto and Izzy Brown as wingers. Sir Patrick isn’t the only famous thespian from Huddersfield with Zoe Lucker also hailing from the town. She of course played Vanessa in one of EastEnders’ most famous scenes when she completely destroyed the home of Max Branning while suffering a fantastic meltdown, the likes of which will probably be seen all over the stadium tomorrow should the Terriers win.

A good memory of Huddersfield at home
The result may not have been a good one given that we lost 3-2, but Huddersfield were the last ever visitors to Withdean in April 2011. The League One winners trophy was presented to the Albion after the game and one member of the team even managed to sneak a corner flag out of the Theatre of Trees and into the Duke of Wellington pub where it was the centrepiece of celebrations. Had you of suggested back then that we’d be facing off in the Premier League seven years later, we’d have wanted to know what you were smoking and where to get some from.

A bad memory of Huddersfield at home
It was after a 1-0 defeat against Huddersfield in November 2008 that we officially discovered that Micky Adams had lost the plot. There’d already been Adam Virgo deployed on the right wing and “we were playing The Leeds United” as he made a League One promotion chasing side sound like they were Brazil from the 1970s as a way of explaining why we’d lost. This time, we got “the players just need a hug.” No they didn’t Micky, they needed a bloody boot up the arse and Russell Slade to come and rescue them from League Two.

Played for both
One of the more interesting characters from Brighton and Hove Albion history represented both sides. Leon Knight scored 17 goals on loan at whatever Huddersfield’s ground was called in 2001-02 before arriving at Withdean in 2003. He fired the Albion to promotion in his first season with 27 goals including the winner from the penalty spot in the play off final against Bristol City but could manage only nine more in a further season and a half as he and Mark McGhee fell out more times than Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. A move to Swansea followed and he has a nomadic career since. Last we heard of him was on Tuesday, when he tweeted something about black men cheating with white women while their wives season the chicken for Sunday lunch. Incredible.

Huddersfield’s rise has been based, rather like the Albion’s, on finding value in the market abroad. Steve Mounie scored both goals in our December meeting and given is he something of a target man, could prove to be a real threat given how poor we’ve been this season defending crosses into the box. He’s got eight goals and will look to link up with Alex Pritchard who arrived at the John Smith’s in January from Norwich, presumably having not got stuck on the motorway this time. Defender Christopher Schindler also makes the list.

He may have fluffed his lines on Saturday, but Glenn Murray is 6/4 to score anytime against Huddersfield which is decent value seeing as he has scored at home nine times against sides in the bottom half the table. More worryingly, Lewis Dunk loves a card against the Terriers, picking up four bookings and a red in seven games. He is 11/4 to find his way into the referees notebook.

Games with Huddersfield are normally low scoring affairs, so we’re plumbing for a 1-0 win to the Albion. It is very rare we predict victory, so apologies in advance for jinxing it.

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