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Brighton rejecting £30m for a player.  Few years ago they were playing at an athletics track.  My Brighton in laws are absolutely loving life these days,  PL football, international players, top manager favourite to be the next England boss, new stadium, top womens football games, excellent under 23 squad.  
 

At least we still have Chansiri

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13 hours ago, Southie_Owl said:

Brighton rejecting £30m for a player.  Few years ago they were playing at an athletics track.  My Brighton in laws are absolutely loving life these days,  PL football, international players, top manager favourite to be the next England boss, new stadium, top womens football games, excellent under 23 squad.  
 

At least we still have Chansiri


they are doing very well for themselves. Doesn’t seem that long since we where beating them in the play offs. What a sickening difference between us and them now. 

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23 hours ago, WalthamOwl said:


they are doing very well for themselves. Doesn’t seem that long since we where beating them in the play offs. What a sickening difference between us and them now. 

We destroyed over two legs in 2014 as well, cost them promotion in 2016 with a draw to boot

 

what a cesspit we find ourselves in a few years later 

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On 23/07/2022 at 10:51, Southie_Owl said:

Brighton rejecting £30m for a player.  Few years ago they were playing at an athletics track.  My Brighton in laws are absolutely loving life these days,  PL football, international players, top manager favourite to be the next England boss, new stadium, top womens football games, excellent under 23 squad.  
 

At least we still have Chansiri

 

They do benefit from a few natural factors. Absolutely massive catchment area yet they're close enough to London to receive nearly the same focus and attention as if they were a London team, including of course the worlds most tenuous "derby" with a London team. Very "trendy" club. 

 

But they've shown ambition and now they're reaping the rewards. They're probably the example to follow for maximising what you've got as a club. 

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