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28 November 2017

Paul Hazlewood
A sneak peek on what's inside the matchday magazine tonight.

In Tuesday night’s 100-page issue of the matchday magazine, cover star Gaetan Bong takes a look at a particularly feisty derby-day encounter during his time in Greece and looks ahead to his first Premier League game against Crystal Palace.
Comedians Stephen Grant and Doc Brown discuss the chances for their respective sides over a pint and some pork scratchings, while Albion keeper Maty Ryan reveals a former Palace player who has given him the inside track on past games between the two sides.
On the subject of history, ex-Seagulls midfielder Andrea Orlandi takes a look back at the club’s first, and so far only win against Palace at the Amex, and reveals why he finds it hard to watch Brighton games these days.
We also catch up with Gary O’Reilly, who played for the Albion, then became part of arguably the most successful side in Palace’s history, before returning to the south coast to finish his career. And to complete our extensive derby day coverage, we have a report on the recent REMF game Down Under between the Seagulls and Eagles supporters’ sides.

Elsewhere, Lewis Dunk looks back at Saturday’s narrow defeat against Manchester United at Old Trafford, while Tomer Hemed expresses his delight at penning a new deal with the club.
Our retro section, which this season features a chronological look back at our first top-flight campaign at the Goldstone in 1979/80, profiles an altogether different Derby game – against the Rams – with Gary Stevens and Alan Mullery providing their memories of the day.
We also take a look back at the club’s march on The FA, which took place almost 21 years ago to the day, while for younger fans, our fab pull-out section is once again jam-packed with news, interviews, quizzes and stats. Then flip it over to reveal a huge poster featuring an Albion first-team favourite – perfect for your bedroom wall!

With Guy Butters and Hope Powell also interviewed plus much more, make sure you pick up Tuesday’s jam-packed 100-page matchday magazine, plus pull-out, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.

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