Brighton 3-1 Crystal Palace – Match Report

Tweet Three first-half goals gave 10-man Brighton the victory against Crystal Palace in an incident-packed derby at the Amex Stadium. Both teams came into the game on a high, yet it was the home side who came out triumphant and now sit tenth in the Premier League, nine points clear of their rivals. We had to wait until after quarter of an hour when Palace had the first opportunity of the match. Patrick van Aanholt found himself in acres of space down the left hand side, who then cut the…

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5 Key Moments: Brighton and Hove Albion 3 – 1 Crystal Palace

Tweet Penalty to Brighton  After some poor defensive communication in the box, James McArthur was forced to lunge in and clear the ball but referee Kevin Friend deemed that the Scottish international had fouled Jose Izquierdo and awarded the home side a spot-kick. Having been restored to the line-up after being rested for the weekend, it was Glenn Murray who stepped up and duly dispatched the penalty against his former club to give them the lead.   Duffy see’s red  With the game being a derby, there was always the…

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The World Cup Hipster XI

Tweet GK: Fernando Muslera (URY) Muslera is an incredibly gifted technical goalkeeper and has built up a reputation for making stunning reaction saves. This tournament places him in the shop window and it’s about time that he left Turkey. LB: Ludwig Augustinsson (SWE) Sweden have formed a reputation of having an organised and resilient defence, but in the form of Augustinsson they’re handed a fantastic attacking outlet with rapid acceleration and a dangerous delivery. CB: Fabian Schar (SWI) The 26-year-old centre-back has proven to be an incredible signing for Deportivo…

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Kent footballers pursuing American Dream

Tweet By Joe Barnbrook Three teenagers from Kent are among hundreds of youngsters moving to America from England, in the hope of becoming a professional footballer. The opportunity to achieve a degree whilst pursuing a career in the sport, as well as the lure of elite facilities, quality coaching and sunny weather has seen many aspiring footballers jump across the pond. Matt Lock, Lucas Hart and Sidney Warden all grew up playing football in Kent before leaving home for the US. I spoke to each of them about their experiences…

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Sussex Bonfires – Bringing the community together

Tweet By Ryan Clark and Rhea Cheramparambil Fireworks at this time of year may not seem out of the ordinary with Guy Fawkes night and religious events like Diwali happening in early November, but I doubt you would expect them in September. This would be unless you lived in Sussex or any of the surrounding areas. Every year different branches of the Sussex Bonfire Societies are responsible for organising a series of bonfire and firework events which start at the beginning of September and last well into November. These bonfires…

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