In video - Albion suffer play-off setback

Tomasz Kuszczak is beaten by Daryl Murphy's header for the second goal

Tomasz Kuszczak is beaten by Daryl Murphy's header for the second goal

First published in Sport

Albion failed to take their chances against Ipswich - and were twice punished at the other end.

Now see how the Seagulls missed an opportunity to enhance their play-off hopes.

And how they drew only their second blank in 22 home games this season.

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12:25pm Sun 23 Mar 14

championshipgull says...

Just read the posts on here from immediately after the game and there is a marked difference, with comments on the video being far more objective. Its almost comical the amount of trolls, wum and stirrers we get on here intermingled with genuine supports letting off frustration after a poor result.
Just read the posts on here from immediately after the game and there is a marked difference, with comments on the video being far more objective. Its almost comical the amount of trolls, wum and stirrers we get on here intermingled with genuine supports letting off frustration after a poor result. championshipgull
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12:47pm Sun 23 Mar 14

championshipgull says...

Sorry that was meant for the last thread. Articles are going up here faster than I can read them
Sorry that was meant for the last thread. Articles are going up here faster than I can read them championshipgull
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4:36pm Sun 23 Mar 14

hannover seagull says...

Oh well,can´t win them all
Easy to talk about 2 strikers, lack of commitment etc but that has all been said and done
I remain very upbeat and we have as good a chance of play offs as all the rest
Change of topic, I always look at the 118(pre trial) horses for the Derby every
year and noticed that there is a horse called Seagull Star owned no less than our very own TB
Not only that the racing colours of W.Haggas, his jockey are the mighty stripes of Blue and White
Will be around 40-1
Check him out at Newmarket on the 16th April in the run up

TB is definately a stick of blue and white Brighton Rock
Onwards and upwards
UTA..............
Oh well,can´t win them all Easy to talk about 2 strikers, lack of commitment etc but that has all been said and done I remain very upbeat and we have as good a chance of play offs as all the rest Change of topic, I always look at the 118(pre trial) horses for the Derby every year and noticed that there is a horse called Seagull Star owned no less than our very own TB Not only that the racing colours of W.Haggas, his jockey are the mighty stripes of Blue and White Will be around 40-1 Check him out at Newmarket on the 16th April in the run up TB is definately a stick of blue and white Brighton Rock Onwards and upwards UTA.............. hannover seagull
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5:36pm Sun 23 Mar 14

gordongull says...

Not really a setback.
We have picked up ten points from the last five games.
If we continue this average of two points per game until the end of the season, the 76 point total should be enough. (The ten year average for 6th place in the Championship is 73 points).
If we had drawn the last three games, that would be cause for concern. Winning more than we lose is the way to go.
Not really a setback. We have picked up ten points from the last five games. If we continue this average of two points per game until the end of the season, the 76 point total should be enough. (The ten year average for 6th place in the Championship is 73 points). If we had drawn the last three games, that would be cause for concern. Winning more than we lose is the way to go. gordongull
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