Date: 22nd February 2016 at 2:35pm
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And (not simply at Brighton any club) being captain certainly is a ‘big responsibility’ as Bruno has said and not something just anyone can manager.

With Albion captain Gordon Greer sidelined, which has been the case for large spells this season, Chris Hughton’s had to call upon others to step up and take the armband with Bruno doing this.

Not, as said, all players are up to such a task but the vastly experienced, dare I say ‘veteran’ defender has the qualities required with him telling the media, as much as he wouldn’t have enjoyed this in the four-one defeat to Cardiff on Saturday to see our automatic hopes suffered a setback, he’s enjoying filling in for Scottish international Greer.

‘I am really enjoying being captain but it is a very big responsibility, especially playing in this very tight league.’

Brighton have the chance to react positively tomorrow, not that it’ll be easy as Bristol City have come into some form and are unbeaten under new Head Coach Lee Johnson, yet this is a game you sense Albion need to win if the top two is to be achieved.

We’ll then look for the same against Leeds at the weekend.

In both games, assuming Bruno has the captaincy, the 35-year-old will hope for improved results to help his enjoyment of this extra responsibility a happier one!

I’m confident we’ll manage this, are you?

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