Match Review – Brighton 2-2 Stoke City


Brighton v Stoke looked like one of those games that Sky just shove on a Monday night so they can tick another box for how many times they’ve shown each team in a season. As it was, those who bothered to tune in were treated to a wildly entertaining 2-2 draw.

Really, it should’ve been an Albion win. Referee Lee Mason and his assistants missed one of the most blatant penalties you will ever see in the first half after a Ryan Shawcross tackle on Glenn Murray. We could see it from way up in the West Upper after drinking half a litre of brandy at Plumpton Races in the afternoon, so how a set of professional match officials have failed to award it from mere yards away beggars belief.

Even Shawcross himself came out after and said it should have been a penalty, refreshing honesty you don’t see much these days. The normally calm and collected Chris Hughton was also pretty livid with the decision, and we wouldn’t be ones to start spreading rumours but it does make you wonder if the officials had any free bet offers on the game to miss such a blatant call?

Even without the penalty, it still could have been a Brighton win. For the first time this season our defending let us down and Stoke had two easily preventable goals. On the day when rumours began circling that Lewis Dunk to Arsenal for £35m – yes, THIRTY FIVE MILLION for a bloke who has played 11 top flight games in his entire career – is a done deal, Arsene Wenger might have been frantically searching down the back of his sofa for the receipt.

Dunk was caught out of position for the Potters opener, set up by a quite stunning ball by Xherdan Shaqiri. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting gave that pass the first touch it deserved before poking home past Maty Ryan but questions have to be asked about the sloppines at the back. Stoke’s second arrived in first half injury time and again there was a culpable defender, this time Bruno who turned his back on a corner in allowing Kurt Zouma to head home.

Two of the last three home games have seen Bruno responsible for us conceding now after his elbow to give away that last minute penalty against Everton, which some would say have cost us four points. Perhaps now is the time to see what Jesus Christ look-a-like Ezequiel Schelotto can bring to the party?

The Albion’s first goal was set up brilliantly by Davy Propper who’s run across the pitch and cross was finished by Pacal Gross, taking the German onto three goals and five assists. Jose Izquierdo got the other, finishing at the second attempt after Lee Camp had saved his first effort.

Ryan had to make a couple of decent stops late on to help secure the point but defeat would have been harsh on the Albion and indeed, Stoke probably couldn’t complain too much about leaving with nothing.

The result leaves Brighton in ninth spot in the table and unbeaten in five ahead of a ridiculously tough run of games. The next month will see matches at Manchester United, Spurs and Chelsea and at home to Liverpool. Once those are out of the way, we will have a much clearer idea of where we stand in the grand scheme of the Premier League.

Hughton will know his side need to be at their best to get anything from those, so stick on the tin hats as it could be a rough run up to Christmas. Not having any piss poor penalty decisions would help, obviously. Yeah, we are looking at you Lee Mason.

1000 not out – the high(and low)lights of a millennium of Brighton games


Ever wondered how much crap you would sit through if you watched 1000 Albion games? Wonder no more. One of the team achieves the milestone when Stoke City visit the Amex on Monday night. Here are some of the “highlights” of the previous 999…

When Brighton face Stoke City, it will be a significant milestone. Not only will Sky Sports have selected the most uninteresting game in live football history for their Monday Night coverage, but it will be the 1000th time that I watch Brighton and Hove Albion play in a competitive game.

The first of those came in September 1990, a 1-1 draw with Wolves at the Goldstone. Quite how my parents have never been charged with child abuse for subjecting a helpless boy of only 21 months age to a lifetime of sporting disappointment is a genuine mystery, but here we are, 998 games later about to celebrate a millennium of matches.

Quite a lot has happened in the 89,910 minutes (not including injury time) of my life I’ve spent watching Brighton. Four promotions. Four relegations. Eight different competitions including the Windscreen/Van/Paint Pot Trophy and the Full Members Cup. Whatever the hell that was.

There have been 390 wins, 266 draws, 343 defeats, 1307 goals scored and 1197 conceded. 109 opponents ranging from Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool to Hayes, Canvey Island and Northwich Victoria. That includes the glamour of watching Rotherham United 25 times.

We’ve played in 133 stadiums, three home grounds – or four if you count that time an LDV Vans Trophy game was switched from Withdean to Griffin Park – with the most visited away ground being Brisbane Road for 13 games back when Orient were our “rivals”. I’ve seen 190 different Albion scorers with Bobby Zamora leading the way on 79 goals right through to Sam Rents, Keith McPherson, Kevin McGarigle, Alan Navarro and Phil Stant who all netted once.

Barry Lloyd, Liam Brady, Jimmy Case, Steve Gritt, Brian Horton, Jeff Wood, Micky Adams, Peter Taylor, Martin Hinshelwood, Steve Coppell, Bob Booker, Mark McGhee, Dean Wilkins, Dean White, Russell Slade, Gus Poyet, Oscar Garcia, Sami Hyypia, Nathan Jones and Chris Hughton have all taken charge. 20 managers, bloody hell.

Away from the football, I’ve spent one game asleep for 20 minutes in a toilet. Chairs have come through pub windows. Baby dolls have been stolen and kept as lucky mascots. Jeremy Kyle has been on the big screen in a pub. There has been hitch hiking with Tranmere fans, meeting the England netball team and a train toilet spewing piss and sick all over the carriage floor. Food poisoning, frostbite and and the hangover from hell after drinking neat vodka with Adam El-Abd.

So, in not particular oder, here are some of the highlighs – and of course, what with this being the Albion, lowlights of 1000 games as a Brighton fan

Best home game – Brighton 2-1 Wigan Athletic, Monday 17th April 2017
There have been plenty that could qualify for best home game – the first game at the Amex, beating Chesterfield to win the Division Three title, winning against Dagenham and Redbridge to secure promotion out of League One. That night against the Daggers was particularly memorable as we headed onto West Street to celebrate with some £1.50 VK’s in Oceana, but bumped into Charlie Oatway on route who bundled us into the players party in Vodka Revs instead. Soon we were having Adam El-Abd pour vodka from the bottle into our mouths, doing Jagerbombs with Matt Sparrow and annoying Fran Sandaza by constantly making him pose for photos with a shirt with “Promoted” printed on the back.

But really, it has to be that Wigan game seven months ago. Nothing can compare to seeing your side finally make it to the top flight after 27 years and 989 games. It wasn’t exactly a classic performance but it didn’t need to be. We’d come from the bottom back to the top and that is something nobody who was there that day will ever forget.

Worst home game – Brighton 0-3 Barnet, Wednesday 5th November 1997
Finishing school on Bonfire Night, most 10-year-olds would be excited about the prospect of fireworks and Guy Fawkes. Not so much a coach journey to Gillingham to watch the worst Brighton team in history get absolutely destroyed 3-0 with just over 1,000 other hardy souls/idiots (delete as appropriate).

An honourable mention in this category to Hull City away on a Tuesday night in January 1996. At school, they teach you that the North and South poles are the coldest places on Earth. As an eight year old with a keen interest in science, my Mother allowed me to try and disprove this theory by taking me out of school to go to Boothery Park. I’m delighted to report that the experiment was a complete success as it was categorically proven that Hull’s old home ground was in fact the coldest place on Earth, but my primary school didn’t share my desire to take part in practical scientific experiments, instead making a right fuss about being truant for a 0-0 draw between the two worst sides in Division Two at the time.

Best away game – Peterborough United 0-3 Brighton, Saturday 30th October 2010
Everyone raves about that 4-0 win at Charlton a fortnight before we went to London Road, but for me the 3-0 win over Peterborough was even better. Posh manager Gary Johnson had been beating a drum all week about how he wanted to bring the League One leaders down a peg or two but they couldn’t land a scratch on the Albion that day. It is no exaggeration to say that 3-0 could’ve been 10-0 – Elliott Bennett missed a penalty and Joe Lewis was doing his best Gandalf impression as nothing was getting past him.

It was a particularly sweet match for me as the previous evening, one of my friends had decided to take advantage of my drunk state by shaving all my hair off, meaning I went to London Road looking like a Russell Slade Tribute Act. In normal circumstances, this would’ve been a disaster but being completely bald didn’t seem like such a bad thing when you’ve just gone miles clear at the top of League One after one of the most complete displays for years.

Worst away game – Milton Keynes Dons 2-0 Brighton, Saturday 4th April 2009
The 6-0 defeat at West Ham in 2012 comes instantly to mind of a worst away game, but seeing as I walked out of Upton Park after 20 minutes with us 3-0 down in favour of watching the Grand National, I don’t think it counts. The National incidentally was even more of a disaster than the football as my pick, Synchronised, ended up having to be put down after the race. Clearly, the race hadn’t gone well for some West Ham fans either as a chair ended up flying through the window of the pub we watched the race in afterwards.

So with that game ruled out, it falls to MK Dons in 2009 to take the category. Never has an Albion crowd turned on the side like that as they were booed off at the end with chants of “You’re not fit to wear the shirt” directed at Craig Davies, who missed a succession of chances my Grandmother could score while looking completely unbothered by the whole experience. Twat.

League Two beckoned and things didn’t get much better on the way home when we got on a train carriage in which the toilet was locked. No matter, somebody just forced open the door and people started going anyway. Turned out the reason it was locked was because it was in fact blocked, something that didn’t become apparent until it had filled up with urine and, quite spectacularly, a layer of sick on the top. This disgusting concoction eventually reached the top of the bowl and when the train went around the corner, overflowed out, underneath the toilet door and into the carriage. And yet that still wasn’t as bad as the Albion’s performance.

Best individual performance from an Albion player – Paul Emblen, Brighton 4-4 Colchester United, Friday 26th December 1997
There have been some cracking individual performances down the years from Albion players, from the magic of Vicente to pretty much any game Anthony Knockaert played in last season. So you will probably wonder how much crack I’ve been smoking when suggesting that Paul Emblen on Boxing Day in 1997 was the best of the lot. But honestly, it was. We’re back to talking about that appalling Brighton team again, yet here was a man who despite being surrounded by rubbish managed to score a hat-trick and single handedly earn Steve Gritt’s side a very, very rare point. You often hear it asked, could Messi do it on a cold Tuesday night in Stoke? Well, could he do it on Boxing Day at the Priestfield in front of 2,000 people, in a side with Andy Ansah, John Westcott and Nicky Rust? Paul Emblen could.

Best indidivual performance from an opposing player – Neville Southall, Brighton 0-1 Torquay, Saturday 21st August 1999
Neville Southall came to Withdean with Torquay United looking not so much like he had eaten a few kebabs the previous night, but all the kebabs in the shop, all the stock in the back and the entire building itself. He must have weighed 20 stone at least and if anything, that is underestimating things. Yet he showed why he was one of the best goalkeepers of his generation, keeping out everything that the Albion could throw at him to single handedly earn Torquay the honour of being the first side to leave Withdean with three points.

Best away day – Carlisle United 0-2 Brighton, Saturday 12th September 2009
Ah, Carlisle away. Four hours on a train from London to put away a crate of Strongbow. What could possibly go wrong? Quite a lot it turns out. Our visit to Brunton Park in 2009 saw us acquire a baby doll from a charity shop in the run up to the game. Said doll got launched into the middle of a brass band performance in the city centre, which resulted in police intervention and a stern ticking off for disturbing the peace. Once at the ground, one of the party got in on a children’s ticket much to the stewards suscpicion, before producing ID to buy a beer at the bar. The stewards took great pleasure in removing the beer from him at that point, saying the ID must be fake if you came in as an under 16. The game produced a first away win of the season 2-0, although I did have to check the result the next day given that I spent 20 minutes of the first half asleep in the toilet. Things were rounded off nicely on the way home when a suicide meant we spent two hours stuck on the train at Leighton Buzzard and the baby doll was uncerimonously thrown into a bush at the end of the day.

Remarkably, we retrieved the baby on Monday afternoon believing it to be some sort of good luck charm given that not only had we won the game, but nobody got arrested or died. Turned out this way a good move – Baby Potts as it became known went to the next seven away games in which we only lost one. He was lost permanently at the Aston Villa FA Cup game, and we only won one away game from then until the end of the campaign.

Worst away day – Luton Town 1-1 Brighton (Luton win on penalties), Tuesday 17th December 2009
Kenilworth Road is a grim place. Luton had a massive chip on their shoulders anyway, what with a30 point deduction that had all but consigned them to relegation into the Conference before a ball had even been kicked. So they were out to prove a point to the FA, the Football League, basically anyone when it came to the Paint Pot in 2008-09. Unfortunately, we’d made the Southern Area Final with the second leg being in Luton.

Every pub in Luton was effectively home fans only, making getting a beer a nigh on impossible task. We eventually settled in a Wetherspoons out of pure and simple desperation. The game was then terrible, Luton winning on penalties to book a spot in the final at Wembley with their fans taking the strange decision that the best way to celebrate would be to invade the pitch, run over to the away end and start pelting us with coins. £8 in loose changed pocketed, we then went to the house of one our friends Dad’s who had the unenviable task of living in Luton.

Clearly, this had effected his sanity as he gave us uncooked, microwaved chicken for dinner before the journey home which led every member of the traveling parties toilets resembling the Battle of the Somme the following day as food poisoning kicked in. Shit place, shit football, shit fans, shit in the toilet.

Best opposition fans – Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brighton, Saturday 20th December 2008
Birkenhead in the pissing down rain is not somewhere you want to be five days before Christmas, even less so when you’ve just conceded a 90th minute goal to lose 1-0 and slip into the League One relegation zone. Thank God then for the helpful Tranmere Rovers fan who saw us completely lost and having a full on argument in the street about where the station was and, more importantly, whether Micky Adams should be hung, drawn or quartered, and took pity on us. “Get in lads, I’ll give you a lift” he said. And so three of us piled into the back of this tiny car outside Prenton Park and he proceeded to drive us the 15 minutes to the station, all while his cheeky son in the front seat took the piss out of our demise.

We didn’t mind that – without this guys intervention we’d have missed our connection at Liverpool, and if we’d have missed that we’d never have been on the same carriage home as the England netball team, and we’d never have been able to attempt to chat them up for the entire three hour journey. Unsuccessfully, of course.

Worst opposition fans – Blackburn Rovers 0-1 Brighton, Saturday 21st March 2015
You know you are somewhere horrible when the best pub in town is a Wetherspoons. Or when there is another pub that advertisers itself as having big screens, and you think you will be able to catch the lunchtime Premier League game, only for them to be showing Jeremy Kyle to a captivated audience. But even those things can be made up for if the people are friendly.

Shame that the locals in Blackburn were even worse than their shit heap of a town with a constant barrage of homophobic abuse, largely from boys who had just about entered puberty. When they were challenged on their behaviour as we left Ewood Park after a drab 1-0 win through Matt Kilgallon’s own goal, they ran away because “we weren’t wearing the right clobber.” Football Factory isn’t real, guys

Match Preview – Brighton v Stoke City


Stoke – the club
Stoke City won promotion to the Premier League in 2008 and were instantly written off due to their unfashionable squad and having a manager who looked like he was advertising the advantages of being on benefits. Tony Pulis has of course defied all expectations since then by becoming one of the safest pair of hands in the top flight, while Stoke have never been embroiled in a relegation battle in the subsequent nine seasons. That has been in part due to turning the bet365 Stadium into a fortress to the point where the phrase “Yeah, but could he do it on a wet Tuesday night in Stoke?” is a litmus test of whether a great player is actually a world class player. The other reason for their success is stability – they’ve been shrewd in the transfer market and had only two managers – Pulis and current incumbent Mark Hughes – in over 10 years.

Stoke – the place
Stoke is the home of Britain’s pottery trade which has led to the area becoming known as the Potteries. It became a city in 1925 on the say-so of King George V who was a big fan of Wedgwood. Alton Towers is only 10 miles east of Stoke, meaning you don’t have to go out on a limb to get to Britain’s best theme park from the city.

Stoke – the people
Obviously, famous Potters (not Lily, James and Harry) top the list of local celebrities with Josiah Wedgwood, John Aynsley, Josiah Wedgwood II, William Moorcroft and Roberto Wedgwood III the big names. Away from plates and tea cups, Stoke also gave the world darts great Phil the Power Taylor and Angels crooner Robbie Williams, who supports the cities other side, Port Vale.

A good memory of Stoke at home
Our record against Stoke is absolutely attrocious, with just three wins in our last 29 meetings. One of those was a Tuesday night at Withdean in the 2001/02 season, a classic backs to the walls performance with some typical Michel Kuipers heroics and a last minute goal from Paul Watson to win 1-0.

A bad memory of Stoke at home
The last time we played Stoke in a league game was the final day of the 2005-06 season. Mark McGhee’s side were already relegated from the Championship and they certainly played as if it were a game that didn’t matter, losing 5-1. The abjectness of the performance was such that the Withdean South Stand actually celebrated Stoke’s fourth and fifth goals, while the visiting Potters fans did the same for Doug Loft’s consolation. Adam Rooney looked like a world beater, notching a hat-trick for the visitors leading to chants of “Rooooooooonnneeeyyyyyyy” from around the ground when he was subbed, and he certainly lived up to that billing by going onto play for, er, Aberdeen and Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

Played for both?
One thing Brighton fans do better than most is decree a new signing as the best thing since sliced bread before the ink is dry on a contract. The tip of that particular iceberg was when Diego Arismendi arrived on loan from Stoke towards the end of the 2009-10 season, with some fans predicting he would be the best player in League One. If they meant best player in League One at being a total waste of wages and getting sent off for fighting, then they were spot on – his only notable contribution coming when he saw red in a bore 0-0 draw away at McDons.

Despite Stoke’s reputation for being less glamorous than a Friday night in Pryzm, they’ve managed to attract their fair share of big name players. Bojan may have departed last year, but they still have former Bayern Munich and Inter Milan star Xherdan Shaqiri Shaqiri, who I never really knew he could dance like this, he makes a man want to speak Spanish.

Given our terrible record against Stoke and the fact we’ve drawn our last two at home, take another stalemate at 11/5. Pascal Gross seems to safe his best games for after international breaks – see the 3-1 win over West Bromwich Albion and the draw with Everton – and some firms are finally pricing him up early in the anytime goalscorer market where he is currently 43/10.

You can say a full betting match preview for Brighton v Stoke on OLBG

Another Amex 1-1 draw. The nation will be thrilled.

Why watching Brighton in the Premier League isn’t a “closed shop”


“Closed shop” recently overtook “sign a striker” as the most used phrase by Brighton and Hove Albion supporters on social media following the sale of away tickets for games at Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea.

The current loyalty points system, by and large, rewards the most loyal Albion fans. That means that Steve, who has had season tickets in all seven seasons at the Amex and traipsed to Rotherham, Barnsley and Blackburn in the Championship gets priority for buying tickets to see the Albion at Old Trafford over Dave, who gave up going when we were a bit shit under Sami but did go to Fulham last year as it was an hour by train and we were good again.

A fair way of doing things? We think so. Nobody in their right mind could argue that a bloke who has come along for the ride in the last couple of seasons after we stopped being rubbish is just as entitled to a ticket to one of the big games as someone who has given the club a constant source of revenue through a season ticket – money that, lest we forget, has gone some way to paying for our Premier League squad – and puts the time and effort in to follow the team around the country.

The “closed shop” argument stems from the fact that it is apparently impossible for those with low points totals to accumulate more and thus put themselves into the position to get to the big games as all the tickets are snapped up by those higher up the food chain. This overlooks one very important point – that the only games which have gone in the top three points brackets are Arsenal, West Ham, Manchester United, Spurs and Chelsea. In essence, the most desirable ones.

Take Huddersfield for example. The game there next month ended up going on sale to any supporter with a season ticket. That is a about as far from a closed shop as you can get. In fact, it’s more like a shop with an open door policy that you could openly loot 15 loyalty points from. It’s funny how a lot of those complaining about not getting a ticket for Spurs or Chelsea have an excuse as to why they aren’t going to Huddersfield and will probably be busy when we are away at Burnley as well.

If you don’t have a season ticket but are on the waiting list for one that allegedly numbers in the thousands, you can get some points as there are still home tickets for sale for Stoke City, Burnley, Watford and – remarkably – Crystal Palace.

Watching the Albion in the Premier League can hardly be considered a closed shop when we haven’t even sold out our first ever Premier League meeting with our arch rivals, when we are eighth in the table and they are bottom.

The only way it is a closed shop is if you haven’t been to any away games in the last few seasons and only want to see the Albion in the glamour matches – which is exactly what the loyalty points system is designed to prevent in favour of those who have.

So rather than moaning about how it isn’t fair you aren’t going to Old Trafford, Wembley or Stamford Bridge, get a ticket for Turf Moor, St James’ Park or one of the other less exciting games we have coming up in the second half of the season. You’ll get the points, you can see the Albion in the Premier League and, in the case of Burnley, pay under £3 a pint and have a doner kebab pizza.

Closed shop? Far from it.

Match Review – Swansea City 0-0 Brighton


Remember, remember the fifth of November, when Brighton were eighth in the Premier League.

Yes, eighth in the Premier League after a 1-0 win away at Swansea City which left Swans fans irate and their side in the relegation zone. The Albion meanwhile are seven points off the drop zone and four points off the Champions League. To the Nou Camp, we’re on our way?

Perspective people, perspective. The fixture list has been extremely kind to us so far. We faced Manchester City when they played 3-4-3 and were bedding in a number of new players and our only other game against one of the big six was at Arsenal. Come 5pm on Boxing Day we’ll have faced Manchester United, Liverpool, Spurs and Chelsea in the space of a month and that will give us a much clearer indication of where we stand.

More away performances and results like this should ensure Premier League football for next season. If aliens had have arrived from one of Saturn’s moons and decided their first port of call on Earth was the Liberty Stadium, they would’ve thought the Albion were the side who had been in the Premier League for six years and Swansea were the newcomers.

We were better on the ball, wanted it more and were more clinical and the result of all that was victory thanks to Glenn Murray’s first half goal. Only Harry Kane has more goals in the top two divisions of English football over the past two seasons than Murray now.

The goal was handed to us on a plate by Federico Fernández who ducked out of the way of an Anthony Knockaert cross, allowing Murray to scramble the ball home. Sunday League defending and that’s being harsh on some of the stuff that goes on at Waterhall but Murray did well to convert it for his fourth goal in three games.

Swansea didn’t manage a shot in the first half and they were booed off at half time while we all headed to the bar. If Paul Clement wanted to keep his job we knew they would have to be better in the second half, and they marginally were.

They had a shot at least, Maty Ryan saving well from Tammy Abraham and then Luciano Narsingh rattling the crossbar in stoppage time. Had that gone in and Swansea escaped with a point, it would have been a travesty.

Thankfully it didn’t and the reward was three more points, back-to-back top flight away wins for only the second time in Albion history and another clean sheet in the bank.

Match Preview – Swansea City v Brighton


Swansea – the club
A club that came perilously close to dropping out of the Football League before a brand new stadium reinvigorated both them and their city, leading to a march through the divisions and a place in the Premier League. Sound familiar? Well, we could do a lot worse than continue to emulate Swansea. Since their promotion to the top flight in 2011, they’ve not only established themselves but also won the League Cup and played in Europe, beating Valencia 3-0 along the way. Now wouldn’t that be nice?

Swansea – the place
Swansea is the second biggest city in Wales after the capital Cardiff and is best known for being the centre of the copper industry in its 19th century heyday. Swansea was handed city status in 1969 to commemorate Prince Charles investiture as the Prince of Wales. Over 30% of the population of Swansea and the surrounding areas are apparently able to speak Welsh, which is excellent news for those of us who have brushed up on our language skills by watching Gavin and Stacey in preparation for this trip and know, for example, that Bryn is Welsh for hill.

Swansea – the people
Residents of Swansea are known as Jacks for reasons that nobody actually seems to know, although we would like to think it is because Jack Duckworth used to like to in the city. The poet Dylan Thomas was from Swansea, as is Hollywood royalty Catherine Zeta-Jones who was lucky enough to marry Michael Douglas and his fantastic voice.

A good memory of Swansea away
Our record away at Swansea is atrocious. We’ve never won at the Liberty Stadium and the Vetch wasn’t much more of a successful venue either, our last league win there coming in 1992. Our last ever visit came in the LDV Vans Trophy back in 2001 and was notable for the fact that only 87 Albion fans bothered to go – and those who did got to see German pornstar Dirk Lehmann score his only goal for the club in a 2-1 victory. Lee Steele was also sober enough to score an 89th minute winner.

A bad memory of Swansea away
Ross Johnson scored his only two goals for the Albion in a 2-2 draw at Swansea in 1999. Unfortunately, other than that it was a terrible evening. Not only was it Jeff Wood’s first game in permanent charge – we all know how that ended – but one Swansea fan invaded the pitch to racially abuse Mickey Bennett. A horrible, horrible evening all round in which you did well to escape back to Sussex with your head intact given the determination of our Welsh hosts to kick anything that moved and didn’t have a love for sheep, leeks and coal.

Played for both?
Swansea must have rubbed their hands together with glee whenever they saw the Albion coming up the road with a transfer offer for one of their players. Ryan Harley cost a six figure sum and was lazier than a koala on pot. A year later we spent another six figure sum on Stephen Dobbie who lasted all of four months before being loaned to Crystal Palace and helping them to promotion. And then a year after that we went back for Kemy Agustien who managed to do the seemingly impossible and put on more pounds in weight in two years at the Amex than points he had on his driving licence (39, in case you’ve forgotten).

The Albion were very interested in Tammy Abraham in the summer but quite rightly baulked at the fact that his father apparently wanted a £1m fee in order for a club to loan his son. Swansea was his final destination and he is showing exactly why he is so highly thought of, having notched four goals in 10 games already for the Swans.

Two sides who don’t score many goals and will be keen to avoid losing means that the draw at half time at evens looks very appealing. Both teams to score no at 3/4 for similar reasons, along with the fact we haven’t managed a goal against the Swans in our previous four meetings.

Neither side will want to lose this game so a repeat of Sunday’s encounter with Southampton is on the cards, meaning we are going for a 0-0.

Match Review – Brighton 1-1 Southampton


Halloween weekend 2009 years ago was the end of Russell Slade’s reign as Brighton manager, a 3-3 home draw with Hartlepool United doing for the man who looked like a boiled egg. Fast forward eight years and here we were with plenty of Albion fans complaining about a draw with Southampton, a side who have become a staple feature of the Premier League’s top 10.

Yes, it was a case of After the Lord Mayor’s Show following that performance against West Ham United last week, but anyone who thinks we are going to roll teams over like that in every game should seek psychiatric help – especially as Southampton were never going to be as tactically inept or woeful defensively as the Hammers were. We’d be very surprised to come up against a side as West Ham were last week again this season.

So Sunday was, to all intents and purposes, pretty boring but that is something we are going to have to get used to. Five points separates relegation and Europe currently, an indicator of how evenly matched the sides outside of the big six are in the Premier League. Being so evenly matched in such a clogged up table means that avoiding dropping points becomes nearly as important as winning them, as we saw at the Amex when both managers could’ve effectively shaken hands on the draw once Glenn Murray had equalised, such was their determination to not lose the game.

Want some stats? Of course you do, and even if you don’t, you are getting them anyway. Both teams combined managed a grand total of 26 touches inside the opposition box. There were three shots on target, Southampton scoring with there only one and us apparently missing one which can’t have been that memorable as it is difficult to recall either Maty Ryan or Fraser Forster making a save of note.

The Saints goal came as a result of the games one moment of brilliance, James Ward-Prowse’s excellent free kick beating Ryan but not that bar. Unfortunately, the lose ball fell straight to Steven Davis who knocked it into the empty net with the first shot of the game.

Forster should have done better with Murray’s header, appearing to get a hand to it after it had crossed the line and failing to do enough to keep it out. Pascal Gross claimed yet another assist with a beautifully hung up cross, meaning that only David Silva and Kevin Du Bruyne have set up more goals than him this season. At £3m, he looks like one of the signings of the summer and although the recruitment team may have got plenty of stick for their failure to sign a striker, his arrival puts them well in credit.

The highlight of the game other than the two goals was Shane Duffy showing exactly why he is a centre back when his attempt at a thumping volley flew out for a throw. Of the five subs made by both teams, four of them arrived after the 84th minute – hardly proactive stuff from either Chris Hughton or Manuel Pellegrino in terms of trying to win the game.

But there were certainly more positives than negatives. Another strong defensive showing and a point on the board before a tricky run of fixtures against sides we shouldn’t really expect anything from. There are two eminently winnable games coming up before Manchester United, Liverpool, Spurs and Chelsea all crop up inside of one of calendar month. Come the end of December, we’ll have a better idea of where we stand but right now, things look promising – to the point where a draw with Southampton is considered a bad result. Blimey.

Match Preview – Brighton v Southampton


Southampton – the team
Sky Sports are again using their hype machine to play up some sort of rivalry between ourselves and Southampton ahead of Sundays ‘South Coast Derby’ (68 miles apart). Southampton are a club we have given little toss about down the years bar our mini-battle in League One during the 2010-11 season. And even that rivalry was largely fueled by Nigel Adkins becoming a David Brent tribute act with quotes about Brighton being able to get promoted if they could keep up with Southampton despite the fact we were seven points clear at the top of the table at the time and, a personal favourite, comparing Southampton to Red Rum and coming from behind to pip the Albion to the title. We of course won the league with four games to spare but the Saints went onto secure back-to-back promotions, after which they have become a staple of the Premier League’s top 10, taking rough gems and youth players, turning them into polished performers and selling them for big money to the big six. Something to aspire to?

Southampton – the place
Southampton is a port city of great historical importance. Following the Norman Conquest of 1066, it became the major port of transport between the capital Winchester and Normandy in France. It was the port through which the plague arrived in the country and was the point of departure for the Pilgrim Fathers aboard the Mayflower. With all that history, makes you wonder why it is a bit rubbish now really, doesn’t it?

Southampton – the people
Jane Austen lived in Southampton for a number of years while the most famous man to have two first names in the world Craig David also hails from the city. It is also a hotbed of reality television starts with both Matt Cardle and Shelina Permalloo coming from Southampton.

A good memory of Southampton at home
Our last home game against the Saints wasn’t too shabby. Just three days earlier we’d lost 2-0 away at Coventry City without having a shot on target against the side bottom of the Championship. Taking on title chasing Southampton, the majority of the Amex crowd were expecting an absolute battering but Gus Poyet rang the changes with Sexy Pete Brezovan and Jake Forster-Caskey being the main beneficiaries and the Albion pulled off a shock 3-0 win with Rickie Lambert being sent off.

A bad memory of Southampton at home
Southampton at home in the League Cup on September 11th 2001. What should have been a real opportunity for Micky Adams side to test themselves against Premier League opponents ended up with virtually the whole Withdean crowd wondering just how pointless a game of football could be when hi jacked planes were flying into buildings all over the USA.

Played for both?
Southampton have taken a number of former Albion players down the years. Dan Harding’s annual roasting at the hands of either Elliott Bennett or Will Buckley was always highly enjoyable; less so former Brighton captain Dean Hammond scoring for the Saints at Withdean and running the length of the South Stand to celebrate. Southampton also took cult hero Sergey Gotsmanov off our hands after he’d been so impressive and they tried the same trick with Inigo Calderón, Calderón agreeing to move to St Mary’s on a free in the summer of 2010 only to change his mind and stay at the Albion.

He may not be in the starting line up very much currently, but Charlie Austin loves a goal against the Albion having scored five times in seven appearances for Swindon Town, Burnley and QPR down the years. One-time Albion target Virgil van Dijk is Southampton’s key player and could well become the most expensive defender in the world once the transfer window reopens – just imagine if Gus Poyet had’ve been able to sign him – and Nathan Redmond could be the latest young English player to move from St Marys for bigger and better things.

Austin to score is available at 5/2 while Glenn Murray’s goals tend to come in bursts and you can bet on him to continue where he left off at the London Stadium last Friday at 11/4.

For our full OLBG Brighton v Southampton betting blog, click here

Blame us if it all goes wrong, but for once we are predicting an Albion success – 2-1 to the Seagulls.

Match Review – West Ham United 0-3 Brighton


This Premier League lark is easy, isn’t it? The perfect away performance gave Brighton and Hove Albin a 3-0 win over West Ham United at one of the biggest stadiums in the country. What a Friday night.

We know it was a good one because it has effectively taken over 48 hours to sober up enough to even attempt to write something about the game at the London Stadium. West Ham fans may hate their new home and it isn’t hard to see why when teams like little ol’Brighton are turning up and turning them over, but we really liked it. Yes, you might be miles from the action in the top tier and yes the atmosphere in the home end might be lacking, but for an away supporter it screamed big time stadium and looked fantastic under the lights. For a once-a-season visit it is great, but we wouldn’t want to be tied down to 20 games a season there for another 98 years.

There were plenty of stories about it being a nightmare to get home from as well but the 3,000 Albion fans breezed straight out and onto trains heading home for Sussex. An exodus from the home sections bigger than Moses leading the Israelite’s out of Egypt probably helped in that regard. The stadium was more than half empty by the time the final whistle sounded, which was a sign of just how dominant the Albion had been and how poor West Ham were.

Slaven Bilic’s side were easily the worst we have faced this season. In fact, there weren’t many away games in the Championship that were that easy last season. They looked like absolute relegation fodder and Bilic’s tactics were questionable to say the least. Lewis Dunk and Shane Duffy have spent all season so far heading and blocking everything yet all that West Ham could do was toss crosses aimlessly into the box. This might have been at least vaguely sensible had Andy Carroll not been suspended but Javier Hernandez and Marko Arnautovic were never going to thrive against those two in the air. Maty Ryan hardly had a save to make as a result – only two comfortable long range efforts from Pedro Obiang and Manuel Lazini – and it is unlikely he will claim an easier clean sheet this season.

Going forward, the Albion were excellent. Glenn Murray was back to his best of last season with his first two goals of this campaign, the first coming inside of 10 minutes when he was completely unmarked to head home a Pascal Gross free kick. That made it another assist for Gross, the seventh goal he was been involved in this season meaning he has already more than paid of that £3m transfer fee from Ingolstadt.

Jose Izquierdo did what we’d all seen him do on multiple YouTube videos from his time in the Belgian League when he cut inside and hit a blistering effort in for 2-0 just before the break. Joe Hart got a hand to it but it wasn’t enough to keep it out and although questions will swirl around whether the England number one should have done better, take nothing away from the Colombian for the quality of the strike.

West Ham probably fancied their chances even at 0-2 given that they were dominating possession but the Albion were more than content to let that happen, soak up the pressure and play on the break. The third arrived when Murray was fouled in the box and he dusted himself down to score the resulting penalty in front of the away support. It could have been more, Murray being denied twice by two good stops from Hart

Murray was clearly the Albion man of the match but it was a fantastic team performance. We all thought home form would be the key to surviving in the Premier League and it very much will be, but Friday night showed that we can go away, compete and beat any side outside of the top six so long as we don’t play ultra defensive football.

“We’re on our way, to the Champions League” was the song ringing around as we left Stratford on Friday night. Obviously, that is getting wildly carried away but all of a sudden, Premier League survival seems a hell of a lot more likely than it did a month ago. Brighton have arrived.

Duffy injury a blow but Hunemeier a perfect stand-in if needed


When Shane Duffy signalled that his game against Everton was over, the Brighton & Hove Albion support were naturally fearful of the outcome. And rightly so – the Republic of Ireland international, along with central defensive partner Lewis Dunk, has been the foundation of the Seagulls’ success since his £4 million arrival from Blackburn Rovers last year. The 25-year-old was up against the club which he started his professional career, but was forced off in the 73rd minute with a groin issue which he has since said “felt like a pop”.

Albion would eventually blow a one-goal lead – Wayne Rooney’s penalty cancelling out Anthony Knockaert’s first strike of the campaign – though it was through the actions of captain Bruno rather than Uwe Hunemeier, making his first Premier League appearance in place of Duffy, that the injury-time spot-kick was awarded.

Hunemeier has been on the peripheral of Chris Hughton’s squad throughout his time at the club, making just 26 Championship appearances over two seasons due to injuries of his own. The Borussia Dortmund graduate has failed to break up the all-encompassing partnership between Duffy and Dunk but has been selected in both League Cup games next to Connor Goldson.

The Premier League is a different monster, though, and Hunemeier was somewhat expected to struggle against the likes of Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Everton’s Man of the Match, Nikola Vlasic, when thrown into the mix on Sunday.

Almost instantaneously, however, the German closed down an opposing attack and made three quickfire challenges on the right side of the Albion defence, albeit somewhat unconventionally. The 31-year-old was also successful in both of his aerial duels, and made four clearances in just 17 minutes of play.

Because of the circumstances leading to his introduction, and the uncertainty surround Duffy’s injury, Hunemeier’s short performance was especially pleasing for Albion fans.

“At the moment we think he’ll be ok,” Hughton told the press prior to Friday evening’s fixture at West Ham. “He hasn’t trained. We’re hoping he’ll train this morning.”

Injury has been commonplace for Duffy throughout his career, such is his wholehearted approach to the game. Only James Tarkowski of Burnley (77) has made more clearances than Duffy (73) in the Premier League thus far this season, while he ranks fourth in number of headers won (33 in eight appearances).

Duffy is rarely beaten in a fifty-fifty situation and is the rough to Dunk’s smooth – the pair have constructed a formidable relationship at the base of the Albion side with the differences in their game allowing them to do so.
But to have a player of Hunemeier’s calibre available in reserve is a enormous source of comfort for supporters.

“There is always a bit of pressure when you have been out for such a long time, I was nervous before the game,” he said earlier in the year following a similar situation to present, with Duffy being ruled out of Albion’s Championship campaign with a foot injury. Hunemeier slotted in seamlessly for the Seagulls’ 2-0 away victory at Rotherham in March and went onto make another nine league appearances in the club’s promotion push.

His tireless efforts behind the scenes often go unnoticed on the south coast, though those in charge at the club regularly cite his unrelenting graft in hope his chance will come.

Friday’s trip to the London Stadium could present another opportunity to Hunemeier to establish himself in the Albion side, should Duffy fail to recover fully, but this time at the top of English football.

Should Hughton select Hunemeier to partner Dunk, the German will be tasked with keeping Javier Hernandez quiet following news of the former Manchester United and Real Madrid striker’s hamstring problem not being as bad as first thought.

“Chicharito has a tight hamstring, he will train again this afternoon at 4pm,” Hammers boss Slaven Bilic told the press on Thursday. “It’s not a big thing, he trained a couple of days ago. The scan was completely clear. He missed yesterday’s light session and we expect that he will be okay.”

Perhaps as a result of Chicharito’s involvement, and the Hammers two-game unbeaten run, fixed odds markets favour a home win on Friday, though if you click here you will see the current spread suggests a relatively high-scoring encounter.

Andy Carroll will play no part in the fixture, having been sent off for two bookings against Burnley at the weekend. The 28-year-old launched himself into a headed contest with Tarkowski, judged to have led with his elbow, and then did the same against Ben Mee less than two minutes later and in turn will miss the clash with Albion.

If fit, Duffy will start the game, such is the Irishman’s importance to the Albion set up. If he’s deemed unavailable, however, Albion will be confident that they have a very capable replacement in the shape of Uwe Hunemeier.

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