- Wed Jan 10 12:00 PM
Brighton have confirmed Izzy Brown has returned to parent club Chelsea after suffering a torn anterior cruciate knee ligament injury.
- Tue Jan 9 9:39 PM
On-loan forward Izzy Brown will miss the rest of the season after suffering a serious knee ligament injury in Brighton's FA Cup third-round win over Crystal Palace.
- Tue Jan 9 8:37 PM
Brown limped out of the FA Cup game against Crystal Palace after only six minutes
- Tue Jan 9 7:36 PM
Izzy Brown has confirmed he will miss the remainder of the season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in Brighton's FA Cup victory over Crystal Palace on Monday night.
London Evening Standard
- Tue Jan 9 7:01 PM
Chelsea loanee Izzy Brown has torn his anterior cruciate ligament and is out for the remainder of the season.
- Tue Jan 9 2:08 PM
Roy Hodgson reveals frustration at having to do without the Ghanaian for the next few weeks
- Tue Jan 9 12:57 PM
After the game many involved admitted the experience had left more questions than answers
- Mon Jan 8 12:17 AM
Brighton's Australian keeper Mathew Ryan revealed it didn't take him long to learn about the hatred between Crystal Palace and the Seagulls. Brighton midfielder Beram Kayal has credited the inspirational example set by Zlatan Ibrahimovic with helping him bounce back from serious injury. Mancheste...
- Sat Jan 6 7:54 PM
SkySports Brighton midfielder Beram Kayal says he is desperate to impress Seagulls boss Chris Hughton following his absence due to injury. Kayal, 29, missed the first four months of the campaign after breaking his leg in pre-season and has only made three and more »
|We are absolutely thrilled for Lewis, he fully deserves this call up,
said Brighton manager Chris Hughton in a club statement.
He's improved with every season, and on the back of an impressive first season in the Premier League he continues to progress,
said Brighton manager Chris Hughton. I'm delighted he has now been given recognition at international level.
All I can speak about is what Glenn gives us,
Hughton said. Gareth [Southgate] has done a wonderful job for England and will make the decisions, but for somebody at this stage of the season to have scored five goals in the Premier League for this club is a big achievement.
I am delighted for both Lewis and Shane,
said manager Chris Hughton. They have been terrific players for the club, helping us win promotion and establish ourselves in the Premier League last season.