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Not a bad recent record against them

27 Aug 2016    Newcastle United v Brighton and Hove Albion   W   2-0    League Championship
28 Feb 2017    Brighton and Hove Albion v Newcastle United    W   1-2    League Championship
24 Sep 2017    Brighton and Hove Albion v Newcastle United    L    1-0    Premier League

We should have everyone bar Gamez available, who Rafa ends up picking god knows

Brighton only missing Sidwell

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We've a limited squad, he has to get the maximum out of them all for us to stay up. He plays the same eleven game after game like Pardew did with better players then they burn out/get injured more/get

Just fuck off man you absolute cunt.

It's all the blue pop & cheesy chips makes him nails 

Is this the last home game before the January transfer window opens?  Must be.

 

It's never going to happen, but I'd like to see Mitro start. Not for sentimentality before he leaves us, but because I think he's the better option than Joselu. I'm convinced the things he does better than him without question is holding the ball up, passing,  and flick-ons.  

 

2-0 the good. (NUFC)

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4 minutes ago, Ayatollah Hermione said:

Another win that recent performances have warranted, I reckon. A tight 2-1 with Merino coming back in to run the show.

 

I really liked how Merino and Atsu played in the late game v City, if they bring that same attitude/positioning into this match they'll cause brighton no end of problems.

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1 minute ago, Tdansmith said:

Yeah i am a bit soft i guess, I just like socks and shoes, or sometimes boots. you must come from a rough area if that's all you wear, especially when it thaws. 

 

It's all the blue pop & cheesy chips makes him nails 

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These are the key points from Rafa Benitez’s press conference.

He takes responsibility for the way his team set up against City but maintains they nearly got a ‘fantastic’ result

Is very happy with the effort and response from the players following the West Ham game

Does not want to talk about the January transfer window; just wants to concentrate on Brighton

Feels that TV pundits ‘have to say something’ 

Has great respect for Chris Hughton and feels like he is doing a good job at Brighton. 

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