Brighton & Hove Albion FC

The Football Ramble’s Luke Moore: Hughton has plenty of fuel to drive his team on

It was cruel for the Seagulls last season, there’s no doubt about that.

Lewis Dunk is back for Brighton after serving a one-match suspension. Picture: Phil Westlake

Seagulls boss Hughton relishing Canaries clash

Brighton boss Chris Hughton says victory over fellow promotion hopefuls Norwich City at the Amex tomorrow will be a big boost for his side.

Team GB Rio hockey gold medal winner Maddie Hinch. Picture: Jon Rigby

It’s a shame more sport events aren’t on free-to-air TV

Love it or hate it, Friends is undoubtedly one of, if not the, most enduring television programmes in history.

Steve Sidwell in action against Preston on Saturday. Picture: Phil Westlake

Sidwell expects Wigan to provide tough test

Albion midfielder Steve Sidwell says the team will take nothing for granted when they travel to lowly Wigan Athletic tomorrow.

Chris Hughton. Picture by Phil Westlake

Clean sheets the foundation for a promotion push

When people ask me what my favourite books are I always include L’etranger (also known as The Outsider) by Albert Camus.

Albion celebrate Sam Baldock's winner against Wolves on Tuesday. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

PICTURE GALLERY: Albion v Preston and Wolves

Albion increased their unbeaten run to seven league games on Tuesday evening when they beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 at the Amex.

Brighton boss Chris Hughton. Picture: Phil Westlake

Hughton disappointed with Preston’s late equaliser

Albion boss Chris Hughton was left bitterly disappointed with Preston’s injury-time equaliser at the Amex this afternoon.

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Lewis Dunk heads just off target in the first half. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Injury-time equaliser denies Albion victory

An injury-time equaliser denied Albion victory at home to Preston North End this afternoon.

Solly March. Picture by Angela Brinkhurst

Johnny Cantor: Everyone needs a local hero to look up to

Whenever I see Donald Trump at the moment on TV, and that is quite often, I am taken to a film from the 80s.

Beram Kayal. Picture: Phil Westlake

Kayal faces stint out in injury blow for Albion

Brighton midfielder Beram Kayal is set to be out until December.

Albion fans pictured at the opening home league game of the season against Nottingham Forest. Picture: Phil Westlake

Johnny Cantor: Supporters are the lifeblood of the game

After the heroics on the pitch at Hillsborough last weekend, much of the talk has been about the fans. This week we brought you the news that Brighton & Hove Albion have begun to look at the possibility of installing limited safe standing at the Amex.

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Albion fans pictured at the Amex. Picture by Phil Westlake

Brighton to look at safe standing

Brighton & Hove Albion have today announced they will look at the possibility of installing limited safe standing at the Amex.

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Solly March. Photograph: Angela Brinkhurst

March delighted to sign new contract

Winger Solly March was delighted to sign a new contract with Albion this week and has his sights set on reaching the Premier League.

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Oliver Norwood is taking positives into tomorrows Hillsborough clash with Sheffield Wednesday. Picture: Phil Westlake

Positives to take ahead of Hillsborough task

Albion midfielder Oliver Norwood feels his side have plenty of positives to take heading into tomorrow’s trip to Hillsborough.

Tomer Hemed in action for Albion earlier this season. Picture: Phil Westlake

Johnny Cantor: Partnerships are a key foundation to being successful

I have to thank the road closures and lane reductions for this week’s column.

Anthony Knockaert in action for Brighton earlier this season. Picture: Phil Westlake.

Murray’s brace helps Brighton bag third straight league win

Glenn Murray struck twice as Brighton secured a third straight Championship victory with a 2-0 home success over Barnsley this afternoon.

Stand-in skipper Sam Baldock in action for Brighton against Reading on Tuesday. Picture: Angela Brinkhurst

Stand-in skipper Baldock looking for run of matches

Stand-in skipper Sam Baldock is hoping for an extended run of matches in Brighton’s side after making his comeback on Tuesday.

Anthony Knockaert in action for Albion earlier this season. Picture: Phil Westlake

Johnny Cantor: Every team needs a shining light like Anthony Knockaert

We lack cutting edge. ‘ We are not ruthless enough. ‘We don’t score enough goals. These are just some of the comments that have been coming into us on The Final Whistle on BBC Sussex in the last week or so.

Albion celebrate against Huddersfield. Picture: Angela Brinkhurst

Johnny Cantor: The surge of excitement rarely diminishes in sport

Crisis, what crisis? As concerns started to grow after back-to-back defeats, Albion had to use a little luck to beat the Championship leaders Huddersfield this week but they fully deserved all three points.

Beram Kayal. Picture by Phil Westlake

Brighton end Huddersfield’s unbeaten start

Brighton ended a three-game winless run in the Championship with a 1-0 victory at home to leaders Huddersfield this evening.

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