Brighton’s chief executive believes the coronavirus crisis could cause clubs to “pause for thought” in the transfer market, even though he feels obliged to push ahead with plans for the summer window.
Brighton boss Graham Potter was forced to adapt training sessions with former club Ostersunds because the freezing Swedish winter turned footballs “into cannonballs” and caused players’ eyelashes to snap off.
Brighton boss Graham Potter believes dealing with the mental strain of living in isolation is one of the biggest challenges facing his players during the postponement of the Premier League.
An unnamed Brighton player has tested positive for coronavirus but is “OK”, according to chief executive Paul Barber.
England striker Callum Wilson and Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin are among a group of Premier League players to launch the #FootballUnited initiative, which aims to raise money for local communities impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Brighton have announced a three-month payment holiday for some fans from their monthly direct debits.
The historic Grand Brighton Hotel will close its doors today “to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus”.
The Premier League, like the rest of British football, is in limbo following the agreement to bring things to a halt due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Sporting stars have had to find other ways to keep themselves busy with the coronavirus pandemic having decimated the global fixture calendar.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wipe out events around the globe, sportspeople are having to find new ways of keeping themselves in shape.
Brighton defender George Cox is passing his days playing video games and walking his dogs after being left stranded in Holland due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As coronavirus cases in the UK spiral and panic buying leaves many supermarket shelves empty, compassion and community spirit are flourishing.
Brighton boss Graham Potter believes football has “no meaning” without supporters in attendance but insists containing coronavirus is of far greater importance.
Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister is in line for a competitive debut for Argentina after being called up for World Cup qualifiers against Ecuador and Bolivia.
Boss Graham Potter hopes Brighton’s “ketchup effect” will help them cut the mustard in the Premier League.
Matt Doherty insists Wolves’ Champions League ambitions should surprise no-one.
Boss Graham Potter insisted Brighton must be humble enough to accept their point at Wolves.
Wolves’ top-four hopes suffered a damaging blow after they were held to a dull 0-0 draw by Brighton.
Jonny remains out for Wolves ahead of the visit of Brighton.
Brighton boss Graham Potter intends to take it one match at a time as the Seagulls prepare for a daunting run of fixtures which could decide their Premier League fate.
Brighton boss Graham Potter has called on everyone to stick together as the club battle for Premier League survival.
Republic of Ireland Under-21s captain Jayson Molumby has signed a three-year contract extension at Brighton.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice hopes Jamie Hamilton will be inspired after his Brighton training stint.
A trial date has been set for two brothers charged over a seafront road crash in which three men were struck by a BMW in Brighton.
Joel Ward believes Crystal Palace’s unprecedented Premier League points tally proves that players want veteran manager Roy Hodgson to remain at Selhurst Park.
Brighton defender Dan Burn is adamant his struggling side can avoid Premier League relegation despite a continuation of their dismal start to 2020.
Graham Potter insists Brighton cannot afford to feel sorry for themselves after their dismal start to 2020 continued with a “sore” derby defeat to Crystal Palace.
Everyone marks Leap Day in their own way, but this year was extra special for Bobby Davison – she proposed to her boyfriend 450ft above Brighton beach.
Jordan Ayew struck a second-half winner as Crystal Palace secured bragging rights against bitter rivals Brighton by snatching a 1-0 success at the Amex Stadium.
Roy Hodgson has risked the wrath of Crystal Palace fans by admitting rivals Brighton are a club heading in the right direction under the management of Graham Potter.