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WeAreBrighton.com - Tribute Videos

The Albion have had some great players pull on the stripes down the years and some great men sit in the dugout. WeAreBrighton.com pay tribute to some of the best of them with these videos.

Will Buckley - Best Brighton and Hove Albion Moments
After three seasons, 20 goals and countless memorable last minute moments, Will Buckley has left Brighton for Sunderland and the Premier League. Here are his best moments in an Albion shirt - including THAT Doncaster game.
Vicente - Brighton & Hove Albion 2011-13
He was arguably the most talented player to pull on the stripes in the history of Brighton and Hove Albion. Our tribute video features some of the brilliant moments that Vicente produced during his brief yet extremely memorable two year stay at The Amex.
Gus Poyet Brighton & Hove Albion 2009-13 - Eees Complicated
Our tribute video to Gus Poyet's near four year reign in charge of Brighton and Hove Albion in which he revolutionised the club, took us to heights not scaled for 30 years, put silverware in the cabinet and played some of the best football ever seen. Eees Complicated.
Elliott Bennett Tribute
In his two season's at Brighton and Hove Albion, Elliott Bennett netted 18 times and set up countless other goals as the Seagulls were transformed from League One relegation candidates to champions. We've put together his greatest moments that earned him a 1.5m move to Norwich City.
Glenn Murray's 56 Brighton Goals
Before Glenn Murray entered the Judas class of professional footballers, he was one of the best strikers to pull on the blue and white stripes in recent history. Relive all 56 of his Albion goals as he fired the Seagulls to the League One title before deciding to leave for Crystal Palace.
Kazenga LuaLua Tribute
At the start of the 2010/11 season, there was one unstoppable player in the Albion line-up and he was one of the biggest reasons for the good start to the campaign. Relive Kazenga LuaLua's best moments in an Albion shirt so far - and hopefully there will be many more to come - sign him up Gus.
Colin Hawkins - Brighton and Hove Albion Legend
Relive Colin Hawkins brief but nonetheless eventful Albion career. Featuring the best moments of one of the most unlucky players to pull on the stripes, including that Hartlepool own goal and his farewell appearance - all 90 seconds of it before seeing red and conceding a penalty.
Nicky Forster's 51 Brighton Goals
Nicky Forster smashed home 51 goals during his two and a half season stay at Brighton and Hove Albion. Relive each and every one of those finishes apart from his brace away at Torquay in the FA Cup, with our tribute to Fozzy, now sadly departed to Charlton Athletic.
Bobby Zamora's 83 Brighton Goals
Bobby Zamora scored 83 goals in three and a bit seasons for Brighton and Hove Albion. This video features 82 of them with only his strike against Brentford in the LDV Vans Trophy in 2001 missing. Relive the antics of one of the greatest players ever to pull on the Albion shirt.
Player of the Month - October 2013
Another October, another month in which the Albion fail to win a game for the third year running. That meant that while our deserved winner was the man who hit 33% of the teams goals in the month, the shock runners up spot went to somebody who doesn't even player for Brighton.
WeAreBrighton.com Tipping Service - September 2013
A disastrous September has seen us in the red in the gambling stakes, not helped at all by Leonardo Ulloa incurring a three game ban. And then, just when you think Ashley Barnes has won you some money, it turns out he is celebrating an own goal like it is his own. Tosser.
Inside the new Training Ground - October 2013
Another step towards having everything in place for Premier League football for the Albion is the new state-of-the-art training ground just outside Lancing. Set to open in time for the 2014-15 season, we joined Oscar Garcia, Martin Perry and Paul Barber for a look around.

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