In Saturday’s 84-page issue of Seagull, manager Chris Hughton talks about the arrival of James Wilson and Rajiv van La Parra, who signed on Thursday shortly before going to press.
In light of the recent tragic events in Paris, Albion’s safety and security manager, Adrian Morris, reveals what steps have been made to safeguard the security of spectators at the Amex Stadium.
Skipper Gordon Greer reflects on a successful return to action at Burnley last Sunday, while Liam Rosenior takes a look and the runners and riders in the shake-up for a top six place this season.
We speak to former army sergeant Jay Baldwin – who lost both his legs in Afghanistan – following an inspirational talk to the Albion academy players recently.
Brighton boxer Lloyd Ellett reveals how David Stockdale has been helping in his bid to become a British champion, while Solly March reflects on his full competitive debut for the England U21s against Switzerland at the Amex recently.
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In our ever popular Retro section, this week we feature Albion’s hard men down the years.
Doug Rougvie looks back at the 1987/88 promotion season and, indeed, the demise of the football hard man, while Guy Butters recalls his run-in with the Wimbledon Crazy Gang and some of the tricks of the trade employed by defenders back in the day.
Steve Foster reveals his favourite players of all time, while we look back at the day Paul ‘The Tank’ Clark was covered in tomato sauce at Luton, and the slimming techniques employed by swashbuckling centre-forward Alex Dawson.
All this and much more can be found inside tomorrow’s 84-page issue of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.