Date: 24th March 2015 at 9:22am
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When the international breaks come around they’re not always that well received, on this occasion though Chris Hughton is grateful for this two-week break mind and he’s told the Official Website that he doesn’t think he’ll be alone in that thinking!

As it’s been weekend followed by midweek for most clubs, especially Brighton, more often than not in recent times he feels that this break comes at the right time for us as it will pretty much all clubs at Championship level.

‘I think [the international break] is welcome for everybody, certainly everybody in this division, and it will allow us to assess what we’ve got.

‘It gives those that certainly need a good rest a break, and for those that need the extra work we will certainly have that opportunity.’

Perhaps as it’s the first break of the year, and as the season’s drawing towards an end; that he’s not as put off by this. It gives us, and others, time to take stock of where we are and patch up those that need patching up.

Obviously it goes without saying that going into any break it’ll always be better, and you can enjoy it more, if you go into this off the back of a win like we have following the one-nil win against Blackburn at Ewood Park on Saturday.

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This win allows us to focus on the positives and channel that positive energy in better ways to better utilise the two-weeks off that we have, those that don’t have international commitments aside.

‘It’s best to go into the break on the back of a win because when you’ve lost a game then you want the next game to come around fairly quickly.

‘Now we can use the time off in the best way that we can and we will do exactly that.’

Those that have gone away with their countries, at various levels, just need to come back in one piece!

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