Date: 24th September 2018 at 9:30am
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Brighton and Hove Albion welcomed Tottenham Hotspur to the Amex Stadium on Saturday for our next Premier League clash of 2018/19.

An improved display from the visiting side saw them avoid going four games without victory and they took a 2-1 win with Anthony Knockaert grabbing our late consolation on the day, but the game could’ve gone differently with the chances we had and a shout for a penalty of our own.

With the game throwing up plenty of talking points, fans were quick to take to social media following the game to air their own concerns following the match and whilst some were clearly just venting their disappointment with Solly March coming in for some incredible criticism despite his efforts on the day, other issues raised about when we’ll see more of ‘some players’ are valid questions.

There’s certainly no reason to be overly doom and gloom and anyone expecting Spurs to roll over given the disappointments they’ve had of late were kidding themselves, but I personally think there were positives from the day and with growing confidence – as alluded to in a comment above – instead of coming out second half and battling for a point, we should start coming out from the first whistle battling for all three as the weeks tick by and people are better bedded in.


3 Replies to ““Very Harsh” “Why Are We Persisting” – These Brighton Fans Have Plenty Of Questions Following Spurs Defeat”

  • we get punished at home as we only play for a draw,we have signed loads of strikers but never plays them,i agree you cant leave out Murray,as hes having a superb season again,but were at home play two up front and attack,instead of sitting back all the time,i can understand it against the top sides like spurs,be he still plays the same against the weaker sides,but still no way will he ever be sacked,as hes doing what hes told,its not about the football,its all about staying in the premier,for the money,nothing to do about the footballl,sack him and bring in Hoddle.

    • The newbies are arguably still getting up to speed and settling in. Throw them in too early and they get written off.

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