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    Not much of a surprise, and I expect to see more of him as these end of the year lists come out, but Jahanbakhsh ranked in this article are 4th worst EPL signing this year

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    4. Alireza Jahanbakhsh, AZ to Brighton, £17.1m

    Brighton narrowly held on to their own Premier League status and scoring was their biggest problem. Chris Hughton's club scored a mere 35 goals this season, the fewest among the 17 Premier League survivors this season. Just 16 of those goals came from open play, which ranked 19th among the 20 Premier League clubs, ahead of only Huddersfield Town. After 35-year-old Glenn Murray, the club's second-leading scorer was center-back Shane Duffy with five goals.

    Brighton had to be hoping for more from Jahanbakhsh, who was a nonfactor during his first season in English football. That's almost literally true: in 1,022 minutes, the Iranian winger failed to record a goal or an assist for Brighton. It's obviously a disappointing return given that the 25-year-old led the Eredivisie with 21 goals in his final season at AZ. Jahanbakhsh did miss two months with a hamstring injury and then went to the Asian Cup upon returning, but at best he has been a peripheral figure even when available. Brighton will expect more from their record purchase next season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medzdidz View Post
    Swansea have turned down an approach from Brighton for Potter , I think he will go still though

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    Looks like this is the reason CH lost his job. Potter made a better fist vs Man City than CH in the FA Cup. Potter 1/6 on to join Brighton. He seems a good fit.

    More confident about it than when CH signed when I was definitely underwhelmed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    Looks like this is the reason CH lost his job. Potter made a better fist vs Man City than CH in the FA Cup. Potter 1/6 on to join Brighton. He seems a good fit.
    More confident about it than when CH signed when I was definitely underwhelmed.
    I was too harsh on Potter earlier at Swansea, people have been impressed with the job he has done there . He’s shown what he can do with the underdog , what he did in Sweeden was nothing short of amazing.

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    For those of you who think that Graham Potter can coach BHAFC, not possible :

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    Quote Originally Posted by scuderia View Post
    For those of you who think that Graham Potter can coach BHAFC, not possible :

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    It is still possible. Initial approach rejected means the initial offer/discussion between the clubs was not enough for Swansea.

    Brighton can come back to the table with a better offer if they really want Potter

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    Quote Originally Posted by persian_parsa View Post
    It is still possible. Initial approach rejected means the initial offer/discussion between the clubs was not enough for Swansea.

    Brighton can come back to the table with a better offer if they really want Potter

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    thank you for stating the obvious... I'm just being a little pessimistic I guess lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by scuderia View Post
    For those of you who think that Graham Potter can coach BHAFC, not possible :

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    Potter is Brighton's No. 1 target to succeed Hughton and Swansea have reluctantly given the Premier League club permission to speak to the 43-year-old.

    Hughton was sacked less than 24 hours after Brighton's final game of the season and the search for a new head coach is being spearheaded by Dan Ashworth, the club's technical director.

    Potter has impressed in south Wales after his appointment last summer, guiding Swansea to a tenth-placed finish in the Championship and the former defender is seen as a progressive, #

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    Quote Originally Posted by scuderia View Post
    thank you for stating the obvious... I'm just being a little pessimistic I guess lol
    Lol well it's just misleading. Not everyone is going to open and read the article.

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    Swansea City boss Graham Potter is set to become the new manager of Brighton and is keen to take winger [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] with him to new his club, according to a report by TEAMtalk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    Swansea City boss Graham Potter is set to become the new manager of Brighton and is keen to take winger [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] with him to new his club, according to a report by TEAMtalk.
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    humm..!
    he is more of a Left winger and awful young still and lacking top level experience but it shouldnt take him too long to break into Potter's starting line if both make it to BHA..!
    He will likely cost a pretty penny though..!!? with apparent interest from deep pocketed ManU, he may well end up costing BHA in excess of ARJ's fee..?
    BHA certainly have more immediate needs @ AM/CM/Striker though..!
    for probably less than a 1/3 of the cost, you guys could buy Saman Ghoddos instead, who is far more efficient choice in almost all front 4 positions ..!?
    a very versatile scoring winger of sorts? with all the vision, calm and class of a formidable AM, Killer outside shots and finishing touches in and all around the box..! exceptional Set -piece deliveries to boot..! Personally think his best utilized as a #10/Secondary striker..!
    Not too mention, he was pretty much Potter's Best player for years ? and automatic starter at Ostersund where Graham made a name for himself in the coaching business..!
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