- Tue Jul 10 5:08 PM
SkySports Brighton are close to signing playmaker Percy Tau from Mamelodi Sundowns. Sundowns released a statement on Monday in which their president "gave instructions to the management to finalise the deal". The 24-year-old is now free to take a medical and and more »
- Mon Jul 9 5:34 PM
The two teams have not agreed a transfer fee for the services of Tau, but Motsepe has now intervened, telling the management to make the move happen
- Mon Jul 9 5:27 PM
Mamelodi Sundowns have cleared the path for striker Percy Tau to join English Premier League side Brighton & Hove Albion after owner Patrice Motsepe told team management to strike a deal. Sundowns had been holding out for more than the R50-million, rising to R65-million with add-ons, that Brighto...
- Sun Jul 8 6:47 PM
Telegraph.co.uk There was jubilation in the air at Brighton Beach, as well as, for a split second, an ocean of lager. The whistle had blown on England's 2-0 win over Sweden, and as the opening chords of 'Three Lions' boomed from the speakers, 3, 500 England fans danced and more »
- Fri Jul 6 5:17 AM
SkySports Brighton have completed the signing of RB Leipzig defender Bernardo Fernandes da Silva Junior. The 23-year-old Brazilian full-back joins the Seagulls on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee, after a two-year spell in the Bundesliga. "We're delighted and more »
- Fri Jul 6 1:18 AM
After surviving their maiden Premier League campaign the Seagulls have been active in the market early on, adding yet another player to their ranks
- Fri Jul 6 12:44 AM
Brighton manager Chris Hughton welcomed the Brazilian defender to the club and described the full back as a 'strong, committed defender' who can play on the left or right-hand side.
|We're frustrated and angry because when you're down to 10 men for such a long period of time, you certainly warrant getting something out of the game,
We rode our luck at times, but it was a fighting performance that was needed,
Hughton told Sky Sports. For all of Newcastle's play around the box and shots that they had they did not create the real clear chance.
They've stuck by the manager because he has done a good job,
said Hughton. He has got promotion for them and finished 10th in the Premier League. Newcastle supporters appreciate the wonderful job Rafa has done there. It has been a difficult start for them but they will turn it around.
He's been knocking on the door for a while now,