- Fri Jun 1 10:56 PM
SkySports Sunderland have turned down a second bid from Brighton for midfielder Paddy McNair - this time for £3.5m, Sky Sports News understands. The Premier League club failed with a £2m bid for the 23-year-old earlier this week. In addition, Sunderland have and more »
- Fri Jun 1 8:20 PM
Sunderland have turned down a second bid from Brighton for midfielder Paddy McNair - this time for £3.5m, Sky Sports News understands.
- Thu May 31 1:57 AM
SkySports Brighton have had a £2m bid rejected by Sunderland for midfielder Paddy McNair, Sky Sports News understands. The 23-year-old made 18 appearances, scoring five goals, as Sunderland were relegated from the Championship last season. McNair moved to and more »
- Wed May 30 11:38 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Conjoined twin sisters dismissed as "freaks" could be the first in Britain to get a blue plaque under a plan to celebrate disability. A fundraising campaign has been launched in Brighton to commemorate sisters Violet and Daisy Hilton, who achieved
- Tue May 29 10:58 PM
SkySports Brighton have had a £2m bid rejected by Sunderland for midfielder Paddy McNair, Sky Sports News understands. Sky Bet. Loading Market Football Betting · £10 Completely Free. More follows Popular In the Community. Fred: The Manchester United
- Tue May 29 9:25 PM
Brighton have had a £2m bid rejected by Sunderland for midfielder Paddy McNair, Sky Sports News understands.
- Mon May 28 7:48 PM
Telegraph.co.uk With 2018 being, as she rightly coins it, “the year of fury”, there has never been a more appropriate time for Sophie Duker's debut stand-up show Diet Woke. Duker has taken the daily injustices of being a black woman in Britain today and created an
- Mon May 28 7:24 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Apparatus seems unlikely to be the cheeriest of hours to spend at the Brighton Fringe, and within minutes of it starting, the clanking of chains down the central aisle of the theatre signifying the arrival of a prisoner confirms this. This is Welsh
- Mon May 28 2:01 PM
The defender agreed to join the Seagulls in May from German Bundesliga outfit and has revealed his aim for the English side
|With us, in everything we've said going away to the big teams we've always been very positive,
I don't think it could be anybody,
Hughton said. As a manager you know how difficult any game is, even if you are manager at Man United or Man City - Jurgen Klopp spoke last week about how difficult [Liverpool] winning here at Brighton was.
I don't think just anybody could have gone in and had the record that he has now,
said Hughton. I think you have to give him credit for that.
I think the results speak for themselves. They have been able to win games and look like scoring and playing really well,