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Match Of The Day Pundits Full Of Praise For Aaron Connolly’s Performance Against Spurs

Aaron Connolly

Aaron Connolly received praise from the Match of the Day pundits for his performance on Saturday afternoon. The 19-year-old forward from Galway scored twice in Brighton and Hove Albion’s 3-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur. Connolly, on his first start in the Premier League, became the first Irish teenager since Robbie Keane in 1999 to score a brace in the English …

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Watch: Manchester United Lose To Brighton After Conceding Desperately Sloppy Goal

Manchester United have suffered a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion at the Amex after conceding a goal midway through the second-half.  As a result, Brighton’s Premier League status has been confirmed with just two games remaining. It was Pascal Gross who gave the home side the lead on the 57th minute with some disappointing United defending contributing to …

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In The Era Of Managerial Hyperbole Hughton & Howe Provide A Welcome Antidote

The era of the galactico manager is here: the egos and the complicated philosophies, the mind games and coded messages, the sniping and arrogant post-match interviews all adding to the spectacle and feeding into the all-pervasive world of the Premier League. Football’s equivalent to the Queens of the Stone Age, Antonio Conte at Chelsea, Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp and the big-hitters in Manchester …

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Richie Towell Speaks About His Loan Move To Rotherham United

It’s two steps down in terms of divisions, but Richie Towell’s sojourn to League One Rotherham United was a necessary one. The Inchicore man’s move to Brighton and Hove Albion from Dundalk in late 2015 promised so much, but a string of injuries has seen him struggle to get into Chris Hughton’s side. The Seagulls chased promotion for the first …

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Tributes Pour In After Irish Ex-Footballer Paul McCarthy Passes Away Aged Just 45

10 Mar 2001: Roy Essandoh and Paul McCarthy of Wycombe celebrate after beating Leicester City in the quarter final of the FA Cup after the Leicester City v Wycombe Wanderers match in the FA Cup Sixth Round at Filbert Street, Leicester. Digital Image. Mandatory Credit: Ross Kinnaird/ALLSPORT

Former Brighton, Wycombe Wanderers and Oxford United defender Paul McCarthy has died of a suspected heart attack, aged just 45 years old, according to Talksport. Cork-born McCarthy, who played at youth level with Roy Keane, was a former Republic of Ireland Under-21 international and played over 400 league games in the lower divisions of English football. He started his career …

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Richie Towell Signs For Brighton And Hove Albion

Dundalk Town midfielder Richie Towell has signed for Championship leaders Brighton and Hove Albion. The Irish midfielder led the League of Ireland winners to a famous double this year. However, with messages from the Republic of Ireland management that they would take players based in England more seriously as far as international squad selection is concerned, a move was always likely. …

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