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Albion chairman salutes Oscar's "skill, patience and dignity"
Albion chairman Tony Bloom has praised the job done by head coach Oscar Garcia in his first season in English football.
The Spaniard has steered the injury-plagued Seagulls to within a point and a place of the play-offs ahead of tonight's penultimate match against Yeovil at the Amex.
Bloom said: "Whatever the outcome of the last two games and maybe the play-offs, Oscar and the players have done really well this season.
"Our terrible luck with injuries - particularly in the first half of the season - has been a tough hurdle to overcome.
"Being head coach of a Championship team as your first experience of English football is a tough ask, and I would like to congratulate Oscar on completing this season with skill, patience and dignity."
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