Brighton head coach Graham Potter indicated he was opposed to the Premier League introducing a temporary rule change from football’s lawmakers that would allow a team up to five substitutes per match.
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber feels vindicated by his opposition to completing the Premier League season at neutral venues after revealing a majority of clubs backed his stance.
Plans to resume football progressed on Thursday with the Government “opening the door” for a June resumption, according to Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden.
The International Olympic Committee faces a £650million bill following the postponement of the Tokyo Games to 2021.
Plans to resume football progressed on Thursday, according to Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden.
Brighton boss Graham Potter says he is uncomfortable over the desire to resume playing football while the coronavirus pandemic is still hitting the country so hard.
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber says clubs are going to have to adapt to the concept of playing behind closed doors for a long period of time, but is concerned about the repercussions.
Brighton boss Graham Potter says it was a “normal” decision for him to take a pay cut and has backed his players to follow suit.
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.
An unnamed Brighton player has tested positive for coronavirus but is “OK”, according to chief executive Paul Barber.
Ostersunds boss Ian Burchnall should be preparing for the new Allsvenskan season.
Boss Graham Potter hopes Brighton’s “ketchup effect” will help them cut the mustard in the Premier League.
Boss Graham Potter insisted Brighton must be humble enough to accept their point at Wolves.
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.
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.