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Who was your top man at Turf Moor?

The Argus: Albion drew at Turf Moor Albion drew at Turf Moor

Albion grafted to an away point at Burnley – and completed home and away clean sheets against one of the most feared front lines in the Championship.

So who was your Seagulls man of the match at Turf Moor?

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And, if you’re on your way back south now, what did you think of the game?

We have picked out five candidates for the man of the match poll. Who gets your vote?

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1:10am Wed 29 Jan 14

PressBoxTeaBoy says...

My top man would be David Lopez.

Hats off to a man that can consistently be so weak, always be subbed at 60 mins, and yet still command a starting place every game. Lots of talk about finding a replacement for Crofts, which we are struggling to do, but has anyone considered we actually need a replacement for Lopez as well, and as such, we are two down and completely lightweight in midfield, and thats why we're not popping goals in my friends, there's little service and not enough attack minded men in the middle.

Blows my mind. We don't need a striker as much as we need a couple of decent engine room midfielders in my humble opinion.
My top man would be David Lopez. Hats off to a man that can consistently be so weak, always be subbed at 60 mins, and yet still command a starting place every game. Lots of talk about finding a replacement for Crofts, which we are struggling to do, but has anyone considered we actually need a replacement for Lopez as well, and as such, we are two down and completely lightweight in midfield, and thats why we're not popping goals in my friends, there's little service and not enough attack minded men in the middle. Blows my mind. We don't need a striker as much as we need a couple of decent engine room midfielders in my humble opinion. PressBoxTeaBoy
  • Score: 13

7:35am Wed 29 Jan 14

russellsnr2 says...

Listening to JC on Seagulls Player would definitely have to be the REFEREE both JC and his sidekick stated on many occasions the none decisions for fouls on Brighton players when in the Burnley half.
As for the result, it could turn out to be a very well earned point at the season end.
Listening to JC on Seagulls Player would definitely have to be the REFEREE both JC and his sidekick stated on many occasions the none decisions for fouls on Brighton players when in the Burnley half. As for the result, it could turn out to be a very well earned point at the season end. russellsnr2
  • Score: 2

8:48am Wed 29 Jan 14

SMF20 says...

PressBoxTeaBoy wrote:
My top man would be David Lopez.

Hats off to a man that can consistently be so weak, always be subbed at 60 mins, and yet still command a starting place every game. Lots of talk about finding a replacement for Crofts, which we are struggling to do, but has anyone considered we actually need a replacement for Lopez as well, and as such, we are two down and completely lightweight in midfield, and thats why we're not popping goals in my friends, there's little service and not enough attack minded men in the middle.

Blows my mind. We don't need a striker as much as we need a couple of decent engine room midfielders in my humble opinion.
Absolutely spot on PBTB.

There are a lot of comments being made about Ulloa and his lack of goals etc etc.
Truth is though that the guy is not even getting scraps to live off... He is completely isolated up top on his own with almost no support.
It's not ad new striker we need as you suggest... It's new midfielders to support an exceptionally talented striker.

It is the club letting Leo down at the moment and not the other way round.
[quote][p][bold]PressBoxTeaBoy[/bold] wrote: My top man would be David Lopez. Hats off to a man that can consistently be so weak, always be subbed at 60 mins, and yet still command a starting place every game. Lots of talk about finding a replacement for Crofts, which we are struggling to do, but has anyone considered we actually need a replacement for Lopez as well, and as such, we are two down and completely lightweight in midfield, and thats why we're not popping goals in my friends, there's little service and not enough attack minded men in the middle. Blows my mind. We don't need a striker as much as we need a couple of decent engine room midfielders in my humble opinion.[/p][/quote]Absolutely spot on PBTB. There are a lot of comments being made about Ulloa and his lack of goals etc etc. Truth is though that the guy is not even getting scraps to live off... He is completely isolated up top on his own with almost no support. It's not ad new striker we need as you suggest... It's new midfielders to support an exceptionally talented striker. It is the club letting Leo down at the moment and not the other way round. SMF20
  • Score: 4

2:39pm Wed 29 Jan 14

SeagullOverSelsey says...

SMF20 wrote:
PressBoxTeaBoy wrote:
My top man would be David Lopez.

Hats off to a man that can consistently be so weak, always be subbed at 60 mins, and yet still command a starting place every game. Lots of talk about finding a replacement for Crofts, which we are struggling to do, but has anyone considered we actually need a replacement for Lopez as well, and as such, we are two down and completely lightweight in midfield, and thats why we're not popping goals in my friends, there's little service and not enough attack minded men in the middle.

Blows my mind. We don't need a striker as much as we need a couple of decent engine room midfielders in my humble opinion.
Absolutely spot on PBTB.

There are a lot of comments being made about Ulloa and his lack of goals etc etc.
Truth is though that the guy is not even getting scraps to live off... He is completely isolated up top on his own with almost no support.
It's not ad new striker we need as you suggest... It's new midfielders to support an exceptionally talented striker.

It is the club letting Leo down at the moment and not the other way round.
Agree as well.Solly would be a better bet at the moment and dare I say it Conway would be more effective as well.
[quote][p][bold]SMF20[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PressBoxTeaBoy[/bold] wrote: My top man would be David Lopez. Hats off to a man that can consistently be so weak, always be subbed at 60 mins, and yet still command a starting place every game. Lots of talk about finding a replacement for Crofts, which we are struggling to do, but has anyone considered we actually need a replacement for Lopez as well, and as such, we are two down and completely lightweight in midfield, and thats why we're not popping goals in my friends, there's little service and not enough attack minded men in the middle. Blows my mind. We don't need a striker as much as we need a couple of decent engine room midfielders in my humble opinion.[/p][/quote]Absolutely spot on PBTB. There are a lot of comments being made about Ulloa and his lack of goals etc etc. Truth is though that the guy is not even getting scraps to live off... He is completely isolated up top on his own with almost no support. It's not ad new striker we need as you suggest... It's new midfielders to support an exceptionally talented striker. It is the club letting Leo down at the moment and not the other way round.[/p][/quote]Agree as well.Solly would be a better bet at the moment and dare I say it Conway would be more effective as well. SeagullOverSelsey
  • Score: 1

3:07pm Wed 29 Jan 14

GeorgeBTN says...

I agree with the comments about needing a quality creative midfielder who can set up Ulloa. Even the Liverpool forwards would find it difficult to score without a good service from midfield!
I agree with the comments about needing a quality creative midfielder who can set up Ulloa. Even the Liverpool forwards would find it difficult to score without a good service from midfield! GeorgeBTN
  • Score: 1

3:25pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Brighton Bill says...

I was there, the Ref was an absolute joke,we all mocked him when he eventually gave us a Freekick. Yorkshire Seagull.
I was there, the Ref was an absolute joke,we all mocked him when he eventually gave us a Freekick. Yorkshire Seagull. Brighton Bill
  • Score: 1

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