- Thu May 10 5:10 PM
The highly rated 17-year-old defender has an offer of professional terms on the table at Parc des Princes, but also has options in England to consider
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- Thu May 10 9:52 AM
Liverpool host Brighton on the final day of the Premier League season, but are the Seagulls confident of ruining the …
- Wed May 9 10:23 PM
Pep Guardiola's side established a number of new benchmarks in their 3-1 win over Brighton on Wednesday
- Wed May 9 2:59 PM
Man City host Brighton looking in the Premier League this evening. Pep Guardiola’s side are on course to break records and are one more win to break Chelsea’s 2004-05 tally of 95 points and last season’s 30 victories. READ MORE: Leicester vs Arsenal Live Stream, TV Channel, Match Preview, Team Ne...
- Wed May 9 2:28 PM
Champions City, Tottenham, Arsenal, Everton, Brighton and Southampton are all looking at Maddison
- Wed May 9 6:10 AM
MANCHESTER CITY star Kevin De Bruyne is a more complete footballer than Liverpool star Mohamed Salah.
- Tue May 8 7:09 PM
Brighton have had a £10million offer rejected for Werder Bremen midfielder Thomas Delaney. The Denmark international has also been the subject of interest from Tottenham and Everton.
- Tue May 8 2:47 PM
The Brighton skipper has had an outstanding first season in the Premier League
- Tue May 8 1:47 PM
Premier champions Man City host Brighton looking to break records in the Premier League. Pep Guardiola’s side need one more win to break Chelsea’s 2004-05 tally of 95 points and last season’s 30 victories. READ MORE: Leicester vs Arsenal Live Stream, TV Channel, Match Preview, Team News and Kick-...
- Mon May 7 9:04 AM
Today’s tell-all is enjoying the sunshine Having failed to impress against Brighton after being given a rare start on Friday night, Anthony Martial looks headed for the Old Trafford door marked “Do One”. While he didn’t refer to the 22-year-old or his fellow forward Marcus Rashford by name in his...
|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,