In Wednesday’s issue of Seagull, Albion boss Chris Hughton reflects on Saturday’s defeat to Brentford, gives his assessment of the side following his first three games in charge, and looks forward to renewing acquaintances with long-time friend and Ipswich manager, Mick McCarthy.
McCarthy’s assistant in the Town dug-out, Terry Connor, looks back at his playing days with the Seagulls and pays tribute to much-loved fan Sarah Watts, who sadly died last week.
Albion keeper David Stockdale tells us about his collection of vintage cars, his meeting with Lewis Hamilton, and recalls a successful loan spell with Ipswich Town.
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Staying on the Ipswich theme, we catch up Gary Stevens, who started his career with the Suffolk club before making his name down on the south coast.
Cover star Solly March is the latest player to answer your questions in The Hot Seat and answers questions ranging from where he would go if he was invisible for the day, to the most difficult person he’s faced.
Alan Mullery is back with his latest column and reveals why Mick McCarthy could have been an Albion player, Danny Holla reflects on his first six months with the club, while Kazenga LuaLua gives us an update on his comeback from injury.
All this and much more can be found in your 84-page Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.