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Brighton and Hove Albion 0 v 1 Southampton
Barclays Premier League
Saturday, 30th March 2019 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 31st March but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Matthew Ryan0.0
Martin Montoya0.0
Shane Duffy0.0
Lewis Dunk0.0
Bernardo0.0
Yves Bissouma0.0
Dale Stephens0.0
Davy Propper0.0
Anthony Knockaert0.0
Glenn Murray0.0
Alireza Jahanbakhsh0.0
Jurgen Locadia0.0
Solly March0.0
0.0Angus Gunn
0.0Yann Valery
0.0Jan Bednarek
0.0Maya Yoshida
0.0Ryan Bertrand
0.0Oriol Romeu
0.0Pierre Hojbjerg
0.0James Ward-Prowse
0.0Stuart Armstrong
0.0Danny Ings
0.0Nathan Redmond
0.0Jack Stephens
0.0Sam Gallagher
0.0Josh Sims

Referee0.0 
Match Rating0.0 


Your Brighton and Hove Albion v Southampton Match Reports

I_would added 17:07 - Mar 30

We went for a point and got 3. Lucky BHA were such dross.
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codge added 17:35 - Mar 30

Made hard work of it but results are what counts.Massive 3 points for us so well done Saints, wasn't pretty but I'll take these games anyway we can.Still not convinced that Valery is the answer as his defensive tracking back is leaving us very vulnerable at times but he has had some really good games.
Makes the Liverpool game very interesting as getting this result will take a little pressure of us.COYR.
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KriSaint added 20:35 - Mar 30

Great victory today. Even the darkest, most negative Saints fan will now admit, that it is now highly unlikely that we will be relegated this season.

We won today without playing particularly well; that´s something new :-)

7 victories, 3 draws and 6 losses in 16 games with RH as manager means RH point average = 1.5,

which is normally enough to land the no. 7 position in the premier league. Just lean back and think about it.

RH has done this with - at least on paper - a weakened squad compared to what Hughes had, beating 2 top 6 sides en route.

I think it´s fair to say that we have a very, very competent manager, and I hereby say cheers and share this great fact and feeling with all my fellow Saints fans. Have a great, continued week-end, everybody.
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saintjf added 20:37 - Mar 30

Not safe yet but a giant step in the right direction. Well done Sains.
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saintjf added 20:38 - Mar 30

Saints.. Don't post when drinking.
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JimmyMeliaPhD added 23:25 - Mar 30

Nearly fell asleep a few times, the football was so bad! But all credit to Saints for holding firm, even though Albion didn't threaten much except for a short period in the 2nd half. Things to worry about, even while being positive about getting 3 points from a poor performance....1) Stephens was just embarrassing when he came on. 2) Ings still didn't look fit and basically contributed nothing. 3) Redmond is getting his attitude back, and that's not auspicious for his performances.
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vanmans added 10:00 - Mar 31

This game showed that Gallagher and Stephens have no future with Saints. Still good win but money needs to be spent in the summer.
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SaintBrock added 10:38 - Mar 31

Very lucky win so let's not get too cocky or complacent. Gallagher does not fit here at all so time to move him on now. Not one of WP's better matches and Valery needs to get back from his holidays before Friday.
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SaintBrock added 10:40 - Mar 31

Mane v Valery...

You know you can't wait!
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sandywelsh added 17:59 - Mar 31

Did James Ward-Prowse play? Still got the result we wanted.
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Harrybells added 07:20 - Apr 2

Thank you!
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Harrybells added 07:20 - Apr 2

Thank you!
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