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    Quote Originally Posted by inarsenewetrust View Post
    they loaned burn straight back to wigan.
    Montoya is a solid player who was slightly out of his depth for Barca and inter milan, but should be very good for this level. A combo of him and ARJ on the right would be interesting.
    Burn actually has an injury and is out for a while so they have loaned him back so he can get match fitness before Brighton get him back.

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    Guys (especially Brighton fans), I don't actually think Jahanbakhsh is the finished article, and he may struggle in his first season. We need to be prepared for this. It is true that he has various fantastic attributes (good with both feet, thunderous shot, great vision, pretty fast) but he is not used to the lack of time he will be afforded in the EPL, compared to Eredivisie. Even fellow TM fans will have been frustrated at how his amazing form in Holland hasn't translated to lesser games for his country where he hasn't quite made a mark (albeit in a system which relies on defensive unity).

    What I do know, is that he has a very unique trait amongst footballers of perseverence, humility and appreciation of the world around him. It means that he will work to overcome any faults, and people will support him because of his character. He will keep working, and keep improving.

    Mo Salah is a similar footballer who had to work to get to what he is today - his shots were poor until he worked with Alex Frei, his initial stint at Chelsea he was still developing. Only at Roma (at JB's current age) did he finally find himself and become a world class footballer.

    I think JB still has some developing to do but can become a very special footballer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR Strangemoosh View Post
    Guys (especially Brighton fans), I don't actually think Jahanbakhsh is the finished article, and he may struggle in his first season. We need to be prepared for this. It is true that he has various fantastic attributes (good with both feet, thunderous shot, great vision, pretty fast) but he is not used to the lack of time he will be afforded in the EPL, compared to Eredivisie. Even fellow TM fans will have been frustrated at how his amazing form in Holland hasn't translated to lesser games for his country where he hasn't quite made a mark (albeit in a system which relies on defensive unity).

    What I do know, is that he has a very unique trait amongst footballers of perseverence, humility and appreciation of the world around him. It means that he will work to overcome any faults, and people will support him because of his character. He will keep working, and keep improving.

    Mo Salah is a similar footballer who had to work to get to what he is today - his shots were poor until he worked with Alex Frei, his initial stint at Chelsea he was still developing. Only at Roma (at JB's current age) did he finally find himself and become a world class footballer.

    I think JB still has some developing to do but can become a very special footballer.
    That's it build him up, tell us how great he is. Then tell us he's not the finished article. Then compare him to Salah

    Don't worry, for a start, it is normal for a player to take time to adapt to English football. Plus signing players from Eredivisie is notoriously risky. There have been so many flops. We've experienced a few ourselves with the likes of Roland Bergkamp, Danny Holla, Elvis Manu, and dare I say it Jurgen Locadia. Before anyone says it, I know Jahanbakhsh is head and shoulders above those players and to be fair Davy Propper has been very good. I think the Eredivisie has quite a large range in talent which can help some players stand out, the trick is identifying the genuinely talented.

    I'm confident he will do well for us, but I'm not expecting fireworks from day one.

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    Continuing my posts introducing you to the Brighton Squad.
    Goalkeepers: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Bruno

    Bruno is our Captain, a cult hero, has a mural on the side of a building in Brighton, has the best beard in the Premier League and will be 38 in October. He is an astonishing human being. He joined the club in 2012 from Valencia and in that time has played 217 games for the Albion. Oh, and he plays right back.
    He’s starting to struggle a little bit to play week-in, week-out but plays well when he’s in the team. He will compete with Martin Montoya and (unless he leaves in the next few days) Ezequiel Schelotto.
    Here’s his mural:

    And here’s an indent featuring him and the murial used by Sky Sports:

    Ezequiel Schelotto

    Argentine right back (who has played once for Italy) who joined from Sporting last summer and played 20 league games. He’s an attacking full-back, a little inconsistent and hasn’t won all of the fans over – but that is difficult when he’s competing with Bruno. He’s a possible candidate to leave in the next few days as one foreign player needs to be cut from the squad.
    Martín Montoya

    Signed on Transfer Deadline day from Valencia for a reported £5m. Has a Champions League winner’s medal from his time at Barcelona. We’d expect him to become our first choice right back I suspect.
    Here’s a video of an amazing basket..
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    Bernardo

    Brazilian full-back signed for £9m from RB Leipzig. Looks like he will be our first choice left back and the only new signing to start this weekend at Watford.
    Gaëtan Bong

    Joined in 2015 and played 25 times last season. He’s probably fallen behind Bernardo now. Very good at defending and had some of the best stats in the league last season in that respect but he’s a bit limited in terms of his ability in forward areas.

    Markus Suttner


    Austrian left back signed from Ingolstadt last summer for a reported £4m. Only played 14 games. Better than Bong offensively but Bong won the battle and played more regularly. Another who could potentially be cut from the squad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DR Strangemoosh View Post
    (good with both feet, thunderous shot, great vision, pretty fast)
    Now that spells quality to me. He'll be fine given adjustment time.
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    For those of you doubting Jahanbaksh check out this Brighton Podcast and skip to min 19:00. The speaker compares Memphis Depay's stats from his stand out season in Holland before joining Manchester United to Jahanbakhsh's stats in Holland from last season.

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    8) Brighton ready to rival top 10
    Brighton are seemingly only heading in one direction. An aggressive recruitment drive this summer, funded by their fiercely ambitious owner, Tony Bloom, has paved the way for Chris Hughton’s side to build on their 15th-placed finish last season. They appear to have solved the reliance on Glenn Murray too, by adding Florin Andone, Yves Bissouma and [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]How Watford, a mishmash squad led by the easily forgettable Javi Gracia – the Pozzo family’s 10th manager since 2012 – must pine for such firepower. Short on striking options, they could be about to come unstuck. BF

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    Complete PL tv coverage for season. Unfortunately BHAFC v Watford will not be broadcasted live. Next week versus Man U will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by O-ZoNe View Post
    Complete PL tv coverage for season. Unfortunately BHAFC v Watford will not be broadcasted live. Next week versus Man U will be.

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