Brighton FC

Brighton FC Information
Nick-name(s) Seagulls
League English Premiership
Location Brighton, England
Founded 1901
Official Website http://www.seagulls.co.uk

Find this seasons transfers in and out of Brighton, the latest transfer rumours for the summer 2019 transfer window and how the news sources rate in terms of rumour accuracy for Brighton FC.

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Brighton are bracing themselves for a bid for midfielder Davy Propper from Champions League semi-finalists Ajax.

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Brighton - Latest News

Leon Balogun defends Nigeria's Afcon chances, and his own reputation

Nigeria defender Leon Balogun bristles, in jocular indignation, when the subject of his perceived lack of pace is broached. He considers it a personal affront, and he quickly rises to his own defence."I need to correct that," he tells ESPN, just a few weeks out from the Africa Cup of Nations. "I think people are doing me wrong. It is just the way I run so people think I am slower."But I am unfortunate that I play alongside guys like Ahmed Musa, who are really fast. You cannot believe how fast...

Brighton lure Potter from Swansea as new manager

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner reveals his top goals of the 2018-19 Premier League season as the rest of the FC crew call his ranking into question. Brighton & Hove Albion have named Graham Potter as their new manager from second-tier Championship side Swansea on Monday.Potter replaced Chris Hughton, who was sacked after Brighton finished 17th in the English Premier League, two points above the drop zone. Brighton won only two matches out of 18 after Jan. 1.Swansea initially rejected Brighton's approach to talk to Potter, but the club relented when they were persuaded by the English coach that he wanted the challenge of the Premier League....

Brighton sack Hughton one day after Premier League season ends

Manchester City are the first team in a decade to win back to back Premier League titles, beating Brighton 4-1. Brighton & Hove Albion have dismissed Chris Hughton from his position as manager one day after the 2018-19 Premier League season ended.Cardiff's defeat to Crystal Palace on May 4 confirmed Brighton's place in the Premier League for a third season and they reached the FA Cup semifinal, but they won only two league games out of 18 in 2019 which saw them drawn into a relegation fight.Editor's PicksSummer of Soccer: Your guide on what to watchTop 30 players under 21 in men's soccer- Viewers' guide: Watch ESPN+ in U.S.- Follow Transfer Talk LIVE- Fantasy: Set lineups, check scores!"Chris has done an excellent job over the past four and a half years," Brighton chairman Tony Bloom said in a statement...

Man City's character, 'guts' shine through in Premier League triumph

Manchester City are the first team in a decade to win back to back Premier League titles, beating Brighton 4-1. Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany reflects on his side's path to a second consecutive Premier League title, and the competition they faced from Liverpool. (edited) Manchester City celebrated winning the 2018-19 Premier League title after a thrilling back and forth battle with Liverpool throughout the season. Had Manchester City blown it? Glenn Murray had just headed Brighton into the lead in the 27th minute, and anyone seeking final-day drama had their hook. City had cracked at the worst possible moment; they had lost their nerve just as the hard work seemed to have been done; they had made a season's excellence count for nothing and Pep Guardiola would face familiar accusations of overcomplicating at a moment that demanded clarity.Those would have been the headlines, the think pieces, the pub discussions...

Kompany: The most satisfying Premier League win ever

Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany reflects on his side's path to a second consecutive Premier League title, and the competition they faced from Liverpool. (edited)

Man City's staunch back line the key to their title repeat

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol praises Manchester City's mentality and defensive superiority during their run-in to a second straight Premier league title.