- Sat Sep 9 11:27 PM
The 34-year-old was released by Manchester City at the end of last season and had been considered by Brighton, Chelsea, West Ham and Everton during the summer months.
- Sat Sep 9 6:07 AM
SkySports Tomer Hemed looked set to leave Brighton this summer but now finds himself given the task of kick-starting their season. Hemed was linked with Reading, Derby and Leeds while Seagulls manager Chris Hughton tried desperately to bring in another striker. and more »
|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,