Albion suffer cruel setback in six-pointer

Leo Ulloa scores but it's not enough against Wigan today (photo Simon Dack)

Wigan score their first

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Albion’s play-off hopes suffered a cruel setback as they lost 2-1 at home to rivals Wigan today.

The Seagulls dominated much of the match and created a host of chances, some of them very clearcut.

But they were beaten by a goal in each half before Leo Ulloa continued his streak of home goals by pulling one back.

James McArthur curled Wigan ahead on 21 minutes but the Seagulls had already played some good stuff by then.

They should have levelled straight away but Dale Stephens thumped Stephen Ward’s cutback against the underside of the bar when well placed.

Chris McCann headed what proved to be the winner in the 50th minute from a corner.

But Albion poured forward and got some reward as Ulloa fired in from close range following a flag kick on 78 minutes.

Ali Al Habsi later spooned a curled by lively sub Will Buckley away from goal – and just past the oncoming Ulloa.

Rohan Ince was inches from firing in from outside the box as his effort flashed wide.

And there were numerous other dangerous situations for Wigan to deal with before they could celebrate the win – with boss Uwe Rosler punching the air in triumph at the final whistle.

The Seagulls were clapped off by their fans at the end but have now fallen three points behind the fast-emerging Latics.

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5:25pm Sat 22 Feb 14

sussexram40 says...

The Latics were always the ones to watch. They have had a false league position until now because of their Euro games which meant they played less than other sides. I always say don't worry about the teams in front of you - worry about those behind.
The Latics were always the ones to watch. They have had a false league position until now because of their Euro games which meant they played less than other sides. I always say don't worry about the teams in front of you - worry about those behind. sussexram40
  • Score: 2

5:26pm Sat 22 Feb 14

campotolox says...

why is it cruel,not good enough,cant score,SMF20 put a comment that they should go for it from the start?is that not normal or do they muck about then se how the land lies,dont know what SMF20 is on but dont want none,bet they will still hit the clubs in Brighton tonight?
why is it cruel,not good enough,cant score,SMF20 put a comment that they should go for it from the start?is that not normal or do they muck about then se how the land lies,dont know what SMF20 is on but dont want none,bet they will still hit the clubs in Brighton tonight? campotolox
  • Score: -24

5:28pm Sat 22 Feb 14

Aldrington Halt says...

23 shots, 6 on target sums it up for us today, but very pleased at the tenacity we are showing and ability to dominate possession against quality sides without losing it when we are a goal or two down. Very encouraging, just need to tune up the sights on goal! UTA
23 shots, 6 on target sums it up for us today, but very pleased at the tenacity we are showing and ability to dominate possession against quality sides without losing it when we are a goal or two down. Very encouraging, just need to tune up the sights on goal! UTA Aldrington Halt
  • Score: 18

5:44pm Sat 22 Feb 14

campotolox says...

Aldrington you live in cuckoo land or not a nice part of Hove?
Aldrington you live in cuckoo land or not a nice part of Hove? campotolox
  • Score: -24

5:52pm Sat 22 Feb 14

mark by the sea says...

Poor finishing, but in truth a excellent performance against a Side on a good run,
On the matter of ulloa, if we had a strong squad, he could have been rested or on subs bench, guy clearly is struggling with getting smashed by 2-3 defenders.... But in reality we don't have the quality to support him ...
I can't wait to see us bring a goal scoring midfielder in.
Poor finishing, but in truth a excellent performance against a Side on a good run, On the matter of ulloa, if we had a strong squad, he could have been rested or on subs bench, guy clearly is struggling with getting smashed by 2-3 defenders.... But in reality we don't have the quality to support him ... I can't wait to see us bring a goal scoring midfielder in. mark by the sea
  • Score: 3

6:12pm Sat 22 Feb 14

Ringmer Rich says...

That was the best all round team performance from an Albion side for a while, An unfortunate blunder changed the game. However both wigan's finishes were top drawer and the defence shouldn't feel too bad about the result. Albion played excellent football throughout - the passing at times was sublime. An exciting match with two teams playing to their best. The luck wasn't with us today, on another day, we could have won 5-2. Every player did extremely well. If we can continue playing like this, anything is possible.
That was the best all round team performance from an Albion side for a while, An unfortunate blunder changed the game. However both wigan's finishes were top drawer and the defence shouldn't feel too bad about the result. Albion played excellent football throughout - the passing at times was sublime. An exciting match with two teams playing to their best. The luck wasn't with us today, on another day, we could have won 5-2. Every player did extremely well. If we can continue playing like this, anything is possible. Ringmer Rich
  • Score: 21

6:22pm Sat 22 Feb 14

impose our game gull says...

A perfectly reasonable performance but not really good enough overall of course!!

Two thirds of the possession in each half against a side that didn't park the bus we deserved far more especially in the first half but once again undone ultimately by poor final passes, lack of willingness to really run at the opposition defence and a lack of clinical finishing and on target shots. Some questions to ask continue to be:

What on earth happens in the first ten minutes after half time each week?? Whatever is said to the players in the HT break really doesn't work

When did we last score a league goal within the first 20 minutes of a match at home?

What match do the match sponsors watch each week? Clearly often not the one the rest of the crowd sees

Why no team huddle ever? See rugby ....

Why on earth would David be taking corners and free kicks when Orlandi is on the pitch?

Why do we continue to repeatedly do ridiculously dangerous passes at the back? 4 today, the second of them giving Wigan their first goal?

Why do we need to wait till the last 20 mins approx of each match to really go for the opposition?

Why do we break so very slowly when we have a chance to take a chance and break fast and catch the opposition on the hop?

Why, with players like Lua Lua and Buckley are they not encouraged to go past a man in the area more often?

Why do we feel that we should only score a maximum of one goal per match?

Why do we not really pierce through the centre occasionally?

Who does the training for the final pass ball - so often not actually to any of our players yet there are so many opportunities for this?

Why does so many of the BHA home support not really sing or applaud the team nor even stand up for them?

Answers on a postcard ....

We deserved so much more from today. Unless we really really go for it then we simply will not make the play offs. Let's not be limp and almost rans - I'd settle for 12th in the table now knowing we'd really given it a go.

UTA!!
A perfectly reasonable performance but not really good enough overall of course!! Two thirds of the possession in each half against a side that didn't park the bus we deserved far more especially in the first half but once again undone ultimately by poor final passes, lack of willingness to really run at the opposition defence and a lack of clinical finishing and on target shots. Some questions to ask continue to be: What on earth happens in the first ten minutes after half time each week?? Whatever is said to the players in the HT break really doesn't work When did we last score a league goal within the first 20 minutes of a match at home? What match do the match sponsors watch each week? Clearly often not the one the rest of the crowd sees Why no team huddle ever? See rugby .... Why on earth would David be taking corners and free kicks when Orlandi is on the pitch? Why do we continue to repeatedly do ridiculously dangerous passes at the back? 4 today, the second of them giving Wigan their first goal? Why do we need to wait till the last 20 mins approx of each match to really go for the opposition? Why do we break so very slowly when we have a chance to take a chance and break fast and catch the opposition on the hop? Why, with players like Lua Lua and Buckley are they not encouraged to go past a man in the area more often? Why do we feel that we should only score a maximum of one goal per match? Why do we not really pierce through the centre occasionally? Who does the training for the final pass ball - so often not actually to any of our players yet there are so many opportunities for this? Why does so many of the BHA home support not really sing or applaud the team nor even stand up for them? Answers on a postcard .... We deserved so much more from today. Unless we really really go for it then we simply will not make the play offs. Let's not be limp and almost rans - I'd settle for 12th in the table now knowing we'd really given it a go. UTA!! impose our game gull
  • Score: 0

6:25pm Sat 22 Feb 14

barnieb says...

Why is it a cruel defeat? We were not good enough again and yet again scored only 1 goal.There are only 6 teams in the Championship who have scored less goals than the Albion.Even lowly Barnsley have scored only 2 goals less than us.This is the brutal truth.We need a hat-trick hero,someone who can score regularly with 2's and 3's.Single goals are rarely enough to achieve victory.
Why is it a cruel defeat? We were not good enough again and yet again scored only 1 goal.There are only 6 teams in the Championship who have scored less goals than the Albion.Even lowly Barnsley have scored only 2 goals less than us.This is the brutal truth.We need a hat-trick hero,someone who can score regularly with 2's and 3's.Single goals are rarely enough to achieve victory. barnieb
  • Score: -8

6:35pm Sat 22 Feb 14

raymondo999 says...

No one seems to comment on how well organised Wigan were. Uwe Rossler is a manager to watch. I posted that we should have grabbed him, but we went for the Spanish guy. He did marvels at Brentford and now is transforming Wigan. German football is the future, this tippy tappy Spanish stuff is so yesterday.
No one seems to comment on how well organised Wigan were. Uwe Rossler is a manager to watch. I posted that we should have grabbed him, but we went for the Spanish guy. He did marvels at Brentford and now is transforming Wigan. German football is the future, this tippy tappy Spanish stuff is so yesterday. raymondo999
  • Score: -11

6:36pm Sat 22 Feb 14

graham w says...

Football is a cruel game, 2 mistakes, one by our reliable upson, we have to improve our. Strike rate, we totally dominated Wigan for the whole 95 minutes, who I thought were very poor , we need to practice hitting the target.some of our football sublime. We are still a season and a half away from being really dangerous. Im so disappointed because it wad one of our best performances. Sad.... just beat Hull, and millwall and ill feel happier.i just hope cms and hosko, can improve strike rate. .......uta....seagul
ls....
Football is a cruel game, 2 mistakes, one by our reliable upson, we have to improve our. Strike rate, we totally dominated Wigan for the whole 95 minutes, who I thought were very poor , we need to practice hitting the target.some of our football sublime. We are still a season and a half away from being really dangerous. Im so disappointed because it wad one of our best performances. Sad.... just beat Hull, and millwall and ill feel happier.i just hope cms and hosko, can improve strike rate. .......uta....seagul ls.... graham w
  • Score: 7

6:53pm Sat 22 Feb 14

namgo49 says...

impose our game gull wrote:
A perfectly reasonable performance but not really good enough overall of course!!

Two thirds of the possession in each half against a side that didn't park the bus we deserved far more especially in the first half but once again undone ultimately by poor final passes, lack of willingness to really run at the opposition defence and a lack of clinical finishing and on target shots. Some questions to ask continue to be:

What on earth happens in the first ten minutes after half time each week?? Whatever is said to the players in the HT break really doesn't work

When did we last score a league goal within the first 20 minutes of a match at home?

What match do the match sponsors watch each week? Clearly often not the one the rest of the crowd sees

Why no team huddle ever? See rugby ....

Why on earth would David be taking corners and free kicks when Orlandi is on the pitch?

Why do we continue to repeatedly do ridiculously dangerous passes at the back? 4 today, the second of them giving Wigan their first goal?

Why do we need to wait till the last 20 mins approx of each match to really go for the opposition?

Why do we break so very slowly when we have a chance to take a chance and break fast and catch the opposition on the hop?

Why, with players like Lua Lua and Buckley are they not encouraged to go past a man in the area more often?

Why do we feel that we should only score a maximum of one goal per match?

Why do we not really pierce through the centre occasionally?

Who does the training for the final pass ball - so often not actually to any of our players yet there are so many opportunities for this?

Why does so many of the BHA home support not really sing or applaud the team nor even stand up for them?

Answers on a postcard ....

We deserved so much more from today. Unless we really really go for it then we simply will not make the play offs. Let's not be limp and almost rans - I'd settle for 12th in the table now knowing we'd really given it a go.

UTA!!
Your comment is a bit like Albion's game today, started well but went behind with some ill judged work. David had his best game of the season and deserved MOM. Some really intelligent passes.

Orlandi too had his best game for ages. We were so in control and looked good going forward with everyone played pretty well but we still lost because they took their two chances and we only managed one from twenty odd. I think the starting line up was strong and correct in the circumstances and the substitutions really showed we were looking to get a win out of the game.

Unfortunately Stephens is no Crofts and doesn't cut it as the attacking midfield force we need. Has the club given up on Augustein or has he given up on the club. Probably the latter as I think he saw his opportunity with the LTI to Crofts and Stephens being brought in was all too much.

Rodriguez didn't bring much to the party today and you do hanker for Conway being available to us.

Obika means well but hasn't demonstrated enough abilty at this level. So everything rests on Ulloa which is a tough burden to carry. I see dear old Barnesy performs the identical role at Burnley as he did here.

A must win against Millwall next week and defeating Reading should keep us in the hunt.
[quote][p][bold]impose our game gull[/bold] wrote: A perfectly reasonable performance but not really good enough overall of course!! Two thirds of the possession in each half against a side that didn't park the bus we deserved far more especially in the first half but once again undone ultimately by poor final passes, lack of willingness to really run at the opposition defence and a lack of clinical finishing and on target shots. Some questions to ask continue to be: What on earth happens in the first ten minutes after half time each week?? Whatever is said to the players in the HT break really doesn't work When did we last score a league goal within the first 20 minutes of a match at home? What match do the match sponsors watch each week? Clearly often not the one the rest of the crowd sees Why no team huddle ever? See rugby .... Why on earth would David be taking corners and free kicks when Orlandi is on the pitch? Why do we continue to repeatedly do ridiculously dangerous passes at the back? 4 today, the second of them giving Wigan their first goal? Why do we need to wait till the last 20 mins approx of each match to really go for the opposition? Why do we break so very slowly when we have a chance to take a chance and break fast and catch the opposition on the hop? Why, with players like Lua Lua and Buckley are they not encouraged to go past a man in the area more often? Why do we feel that we should only score a maximum of one goal per match? Why do we not really pierce through the centre occasionally? Who does the training for the final pass ball - so often not actually to any of our players yet there are so many opportunities for this? Why does so many of the BHA home support not really sing or applaud the team nor even stand up for them? Answers on a postcard .... We deserved so much more from today. Unless we really really go for it then we simply will not make the play offs. Let's not be limp and almost rans - I'd settle for 12th in the table now knowing we'd really given it a go. UTA!![/p][/quote]Your comment is a bit like Albion's game today, started well but went behind with some ill judged work. David had his best game of the season and deserved MOM. Some really intelligent passes. Orlandi too had his best game for ages. We were so in control and looked good going forward with everyone played pretty well but we still lost because they took their two chances and we only managed one from twenty odd. I think the starting line up was strong and correct in the circumstances and the substitutions really showed we were looking to get a win out of the game. Unfortunately Stephens is no Crofts and doesn't cut it as the attacking midfield force we need. Has the club given up on Augustein or has he given up on the club. Probably the latter as I think he saw his opportunity with the LTI to Crofts and Stephens being brought in was all too much. Rodriguez didn't bring much to the party today and you do hanker for Conway being available to us. Obika means well but hasn't demonstrated enough abilty at this level. So everything rests on Ulloa which is a tough burden to carry. I see dear old Barnesy performs the identical role at Burnley as he did here. A must win against Millwall next week and defeating Reading should keep us in the hunt. namgo49
  • Score: -1

8:32pm Sat 22 Feb 14

campotolox says...

Namgo in the hunt of what?
Namgo in the hunt of what? campotolox
  • Score: -5

1:19am Sun 23 Feb 14

Captain Haddock says...

Ringmer Rich wrote:
That was the best all round team performance from an Albion side for a while, An unfortunate blunder changed the game. However both wigan's finishes were top drawer and the defence shouldn't feel too bad about the result. Albion played excellent football throughout - the passing at times was sublime. An exciting match with two teams playing to their best. The luck wasn't with us today, on another day, we could have won 5-2. Every player did extremely well. If we can continue playing like this, anything is possible.
I agree with this. A good game as I expected, with Wigan being very jammy regards loose balls and some decisions. Frustrating that it didn't quite fall for us today. However a really good team performance and in contrast to this season's norm' an off day for Upson and an 'on' day from Lopez.

Obika showed a bit more promise but he has it all still to prove. If that overhead effort had gone in it would have been the most spectacular goal seen at The Amex bar none! and that certainly would've changed things.

Thought Bruno and Ward did well again today. I watched Stephens in a bit more detail and I think he has something to offer though still needs to impose himself more in the middle.

Orlandi caused problems on the left especially in the second half and particularly when Kaz was also on and at 'em.
[quote][p][bold]Ringmer Rich[/bold] wrote: That was the best all round team performance from an Albion side for a while, An unfortunate blunder changed the game. However both wigan's finishes were top drawer and the defence shouldn't feel too bad about the result. Albion played excellent football throughout - the passing at times was sublime. An exciting match with two teams playing to their best. The luck wasn't with us today, on another day, we could have won 5-2. Every player did extremely well. If we can continue playing like this, anything is possible.[/p][/quote]I agree with this. A good game as I expected, with Wigan being very jammy regards loose balls and some decisions. Frustrating that it didn't quite fall for us today. However a really good team performance and in contrast to this season's norm' an off day for Upson and an 'on' day from Lopez. Obika showed a bit more promise but he has it all still to prove. If that overhead effort had gone in it would have been the most spectacular goal seen at The Amex bar none! and that certainly would've changed things. Thought Bruno and Ward did well again today. I watched Stephens in a bit more detail and I think he has something to offer though still needs to impose himself more in the middle. Orlandi caused problems on the left especially in the second half and particularly when Kaz was also on and at 'em. Captain Haddock
  • Score: 2

1:23am Sun 23 Feb 14

Captain Haddock says...

raymondo999 wrote:
No one seems to comment on how well organised Wigan were. Uwe Rossler is a manager to watch. I posted that we should have grabbed him, but we went for the Spanish guy. He did marvels at Brentford and now is transforming Wigan. German football is the future, this tippy tappy Spanish stuff is so yesterday.
Agree about Rosler, disagree about Spanish footy / Oscar.

Wigan have resources we don't....at the moment.
[quote][p][bold]raymondo999[/bold] wrote: No one seems to comment on how well organised Wigan were. Uwe Rossler is a manager to watch. I posted that we should have grabbed him, but we went for the Spanish guy. He did marvels at Brentford and now is transforming Wigan. German football is the future, this tippy tappy Spanish stuff is so yesterday.[/p][/quote]Agree about Rosler, disagree about Spanish footy / Oscar. Wigan have resources we don't....at the moment. Captain Haddock
  • Score: 0

1:27am Sun 23 Feb 14

Captain Haddock says...

namgo49 wrote:
impose our game gull wrote:
A perfectly reasonable performance but not really good enough overall of course!!

Two thirds of the possession in each half against a side that didn't park the bus we deserved far more especially in the first half but once again undone ultimately by poor final passes, lack of willingness to really run at the opposition defence and a lack of clinical finishing and on target shots. Some questions to ask continue to be:

What on earth happens in the first ten minutes after half time each week?? Whatever is said to the players in the HT break really doesn't work

When did we last score a league goal within the first 20 minutes of a match at home?

What match do the match sponsors watch each week? Clearly often not the one the rest of the crowd sees

Why no team huddle ever? See rugby ....

Why on earth would David be taking corners and free kicks when Orlandi is on the pitch?

Why do we continue to repeatedly do ridiculously dangerous passes at the back? 4 today, the second of them giving Wigan their first goal?

Why do we need to wait till the last 20 mins approx of each match to really go for the opposition?

Why do we break so very slowly when we have a chance to take a chance and break fast and catch the opposition on the hop?

Why, with players like Lua Lua and Buckley are they not encouraged to go past a man in the area more often?

Why do we feel that we should only score a maximum of one goal per match?

Why do we not really pierce through the centre occasionally?

Who does the training for the final pass ball - so often not actually to any of our players yet there are so many opportunities for this?

Why does so many of the BHA home support not really sing or applaud the team nor even stand up for them?

Answers on a postcard ....

We deserved so much more from today. Unless we really really go for it then we simply will not make the play offs. Let's not be limp and almost rans - I'd settle for 12th in the table now knowing we'd really given it a go.

UTA!!
Your comment is a bit like Albion's game today, started well but went behind with some ill judged work. David had his best game of the season and deserved MOM. Some really intelligent passes.

Orlandi too had his best game for ages. We were so in control and looked good going forward with everyone played pretty well but we still lost because they took their two chances and we only managed one from twenty odd. I think the starting line up was strong and correct in the circumstances and the substitutions really showed we were looking to get a win out of the game.

Unfortunately Stephens is no Crofts and doesn't cut it as the attacking midfield force we need. Has the club given up on Augustein or has he given up on the club. Probably the latter as I think he saw his opportunity with the LTI to Crofts and Stephens being brought in was all too much.

Rodriguez didn't bring much to the party today and you do hanker for Conway being available to us.

Obika means well but hasn't demonstrated enough abilty at this level. So everything rests on Ulloa which is a tough burden to carry. I see dear old Barnesy performs the identical role at Burnley as he did here.

A must win against Millwall next week and defeating Reading should keep us in the hunt.
Pretty much agree although we won't be playing Reading so soon....cup quarter finals that day!!! ;0) ;0)
[quote][p][bold]namgo49[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]impose our game gull[/bold] wrote: A perfectly reasonable performance but not really good enough overall of course!! Two thirds of the possession in each half against a side that didn't park the bus we deserved far more especially in the first half but once again undone ultimately by poor final passes, lack of willingness to really run at the opposition defence and a lack of clinical finishing and on target shots. Some questions to ask continue to be: What on earth happens in the first ten minutes after half time each week?? Whatever is said to the players in the HT break really doesn't work When did we last score a league goal within the first 20 minutes of a match at home? What match do the match sponsors watch each week? Clearly often not the one the rest of the crowd sees Why no team huddle ever? See rugby .... Why on earth would David be taking corners and free kicks when Orlandi is on the pitch? Why do we continue to repeatedly do ridiculously dangerous passes at the back? 4 today, the second of them giving Wigan their first goal? Why do we need to wait till the last 20 mins approx of each match to really go for the opposition? Why do we break so very slowly when we have a chance to take a chance and break fast and catch the opposition on the hop? Why, with players like Lua Lua and Buckley are they not encouraged to go past a man in the area more often? Why do we feel that we should only score a maximum of one goal per match? Why do we not really pierce through the centre occasionally? Who does the training for the final pass ball - so often not actually to any of our players yet there are so many opportunities for this? Why does so many of the BHA home support not really sing or applaud the team nor even stand up for them? Answers on a postcard .... We deserved so much more from today. Unless we really really go for it then we simply will not make the play offs. Let's not be limp and almost rans - I'd settle for 12th in the table now knowing we'd really given it a go. UTA!![/p][/quote]Your comment is a bit like Albion's game today, started well but went behind with some ill judged work. David had his best game of the season and deserved MOM. Some really intelligent passes. Orlandi too had his best game for ages. We were so in control and looked good going forward with everyone played pretty well but we still lost because they took their two chances and we only managed one from twenty odd. I think the starting line up was strong and correct in the circumstances and the substitutions really showed we were looking to get a win out of the game. Unfortunately Stephens is no Crofts and doesn't cut it as the attacking midfield force we need. Has the club given up on Augustein or has he given up on the club. Probably the latter as I think he saw his opportunity with the LTI to Crofts and Stephens being brought in was all too much. Rodriguez didn't bring much to the party today and you do hanker for Conway being available to us. Obika means well but hasn't demonstrated enough abilty at this level. So everything rests on Ulloa which is a tough burden to carry. I see dear old Barnesy performs the identical role at Burnley as he did here. A must win against Millwall next week and defeating Reading should keep us in the hunt.[/p][/quote]Pretty much agree although we won't be playing Reading so soon....cup quarter finals that day!!! ;0) ;0) Captain Haddock
  • Score: 0

7:45am Sun 23 Feb 14

brighton bluenose says...

barnieb wrote:
Why is it a cruel defeat? We were not good enough again and yet again scored only 1 goal.There are only 6 teams in the Championship who have scored less goals than the Albion.Even lowly Barnsley have scored only 2 goals less than us.This is the brutal truth.We need a hat-trick hero,someone who can score regularly with 2's and 3's.Single goals are rarely enough to achieve victory.
Good post so not sure why you have received 8 thumbs down! We are defensively one of the best in this league so lack of goals clearly is the issue which is partly caused by poor deliveries into the area - a situation that has occurred ever since we arrived at the Amex!
[quote][p][bold]barnieb[/bold] wrote: Why is it a cruel defeat? We were not good enough again and yet again scored only 1 goal.There are only 6 teams in the Championship who have scored less goals than the Albion.Even lowly Barnsley have scored only 2 goals less than us.This is the brutal truth.We need a hat-trick hero,someone who can score regularly with 2's and 3's.Single goals are rarely enough to achieve victory.[/p][/quote]Good post so not sure why you have received 8 thumbs down! We are defensively one of the best in this league so lack of goals clearly is the issue which is partly caused by poor deliveries into the area - a situation that has occurred ever since we arrived at the Amex! brighton bluenose
  • Score: -1

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