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This time around I will be previewing the fourth side in the Npower Championship, newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion have lots of potential to be the surprise package of the 2011/2012 season; however just gaining promotion and battling it out in the Championship could be a strenuous adventure, but last season proved that anything is possible as Norwich City were promoted via League 1, and after an amazing season under Paul Lambert they were then promoted to the Premier League, Brighton have been away from the second tier for …

After nearly two and a half years of inactivity, this blog will finally be receieving regular updates. In the coming months, expect to see match previews, reports, player interviews, and much, much more.
I have followed the Albion for all of my 23 years, having been born and raised in Brighton.
Watch this space!

If there is a common theme occurring in League One this season it is inconsistency. The division is more competitive than ever with a whole host of teams challenging for promotion – just 7 points separate 2nd placed Charlton from 13th placed Brentford. One team has really impressed so far and appear to have found the formula for success. Brighton have lost just two of their opening 18 games and have emerged as early league leaders following some brilliant results.
Tipped as dark-horses, Brighton were expected to challenge for a play-off spot. …

Albion boss Micky Adams is expected to rotate his squad for the long trip to Brunton Park as four loan players return to bolster the squad.
 
Bradley Johnson, who has scored three times in his two appearances since joining on loan from Leeds, is expected to slot straight back in to the centre of midfield where he could partner David Livermore, who impressed in the midweek victory against Swindon.
 
Elsewhere Albion’s leading goal scorer Glenn Murray is hoping to shake off the thigh injury that has kept him on the sidelines for …