Tags » Brighton & Hove Albion

Nostradamus Apologises to Leeds Fans for "Bad Day at the Office"   -   by Rob Atkinson

The post-match press conference for Brighton & Hove Albion‘s 2-0 victory over an “off the pace” Leeds United was enlivened by the unexpected and unscheduled appearance, from beyond the grave, of Nostradamus. 699 more words

Football

Goal celebrations, Amex stadium

Saturday 21st February 2015, 4.10pm (day 1,276)


My fourth-ever trip to the Amex stadium, home of my beloved Brighton & Hove Albion since 2011, and this is the third time it has appeared on the blog. 59 more words

Daily Post

Match 10: 10/02/2015. Cardiff City 0-0 Brighton & Hove Albion. Skybet Championship.

Tuesday 10th February 2015
Cardiff City 0-0 Brighton & Hove Albion
Skybet Championship.

It’s fair to say that things have been fairly unexciting down at the Cardiff City Stadium as of late. 1,071 more words

Faw

Walsall player 220. John Edward Bollington

Another of those short sweet posts, and as you know by now no picture.

• John Edward Bollington, also known as Jan Bollington (born 1892) was an English football player and coach. 82 more words

Walsall

Leyton Orient Loan Cisak

Alex Cisak Loaned To Leyton Orient

Burnley Football Club have today confirmed that Alex Cisak has joined Sky Bet League One side Leyton Orient on a one-month loan deal. 109 more words

Ross County v Celtic: preview and lineup

Celtic and Aberdeen sit top of the Scottish Premiership on the same points this morning. Come lunchtime, Ronny Deila has the opportunity to take advantage of one of those games at hand to make open up a gap. 381 more words

Football

Walsall player 175. Trevor John Wood

Trevor John Wood (born 3 November 1968) is a former Northern Ireland international football goalkeeper. He played 130 league games in the Football League, 100 league games in the League of Ireland, and won one cap for Northern Ireland in 1995.He began his career at Brighton & Hove Albion, but did not feature in the first team before he signed with Port Vale in May 1988. 1,032 more words

Walsall