With Saturday being our designated Kick It Out day, we speak to the organisation’s director Roisin Wood, while Danny Holla and Chris O’Grady paint a positive picture in Holland and England respectively.
Cover star Gordon Greer explains why he was dubbed a ‘rock star’ while on international duty with Scotland last week, and fellow defender Bruno reveals why he was in trouble at home after a recent stay up north.
Albion face Tottenham next Wednesday and former centre-half Guy Butters recalls our last trip to Spurs, while Alan Mullery – with a foot in both camps – reveals who he’ll be cheering on at White Hart Lane.
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Brighton boxer and Albion fan Lloyd Ellett is our special guest at the Amex tomorrow and he talks about his big fight at the Brighton Metropole next Friday and his career to date.
Gary Gardner looks back on Tuesday’s draw at Huddersfield while there’s news of an Albion victory against Chelsea.
Finally, today [Friday] marks the 100th anniversary since the first Albion man, groundsman Freddie Bates, died in the First World War. Club historian Tim Carder looks back at that fateful day.
All this and much more can be found in Saturday’s 84-page Seagull, priced £3.50 and available in and around the stadium.