- 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 »
|He has started the season very, very well and I think he's had the continuity from last season,
Hughton said. He obviously feels very much at home there. We will have to make sure that we stop the supply to him because we know how dangerous he is.
He has started the season very, very well and I think he's had the continuity from last season,
I think we are better equipped (than last season),
Hughton told Sky Sports.
I am proud how the team played especially after giving away a poor goal,
said Hughton. From that moment you can either go in your shell or go on. We gave ourselves the best possible opportunity. Although they had a lot of possession and could have put a second or third away, in the end we...