- 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 »
|Connor has earned it and everyone knows what we think about him,
Hughton said. He has knuckled down, made a full recovery.
We were favourites and Clive Allen scored very early in the game,
Hughton said. At that stage most thought we would go on and win. Clive, Ossie Ardiles, Glenn Hoddle, Chris Waddle, Richard Gough, Gary Mabbutt, we had a lot of top international players. But we came up against a very...
It was a brilliant day for them, but a real difficult one for us,
said Brighton boss Hughton (right). We were big favourites going into the game.
Credit my goalkeeping coach Ben Roberts,
said Hughton. He's the one who went to see him, who watched hours and hours of video. He thought he was right for us and you have to have faith in your staff.