Video - Albion dazzle at Leeds

Joao Teixeira hits the opener last night

Joao Teixeira hits the opener last night

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Albion turned on the style at Elland Road last night – and you can relive the best moments here.

Watch Joao Teixeira fire home from a tight angle in the fifth minute from Bruno’s pass.

And see Kazenga LuaLua’s 84th-minute free-kick wrap up the points after Teixeira was felled by Jason Pearce right on the edge of the box.

Was that Michael Tonge shot going in when Leeds managed their only dangerous moment of the evening?

Maybe not. But Inigo Calderon did what was needed.

Albion arguably went even closer when Rohan Ince’s shot kissed the post after he burst on to Craig Mackail-Smith’s pass at the end of a stunning counter raid launched by Bruno.

Great stuff. Throw in the orange shirts and LuaLua’s somersault and you have the brightest moments right here!

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1:14pm Wed 20 Aug 14

albionfan33 says...

clear penalty but a goals a goal and something definatly to build upon
clear penalty but a goals a goal and something definatly to build upon albionfan33
  • Score: 5

1:14pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

Shame they didn't show much of the first half! Cracking stuff though.
Shame they didn't show much of the first half! Cracking stuff though. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 6

1:39pm Wed 20 Aug 14

bhapilar says...

Great to see the goals ( and celebration ) but as per previous comment, would have liked to see more of the action ( especially 1st half ) . Still, highlights on Seagulls player up shortly.
Well done to all the team and coaching staff.
Bring on Bolton
Great to see the goals ( and celebration ) but as per previous comment, would have liked to see more of the action ( especially 1st half ) . Still, highlights on Seagulls player up shortly. Well done to all the team and coaching staff. Bring on Bolton bhapilar
  • Score: 6

1:43pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Singing Seagull, Indonesia says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
Shame they didn't show much of the first half! Cracking stuff though.
Agreed. The foul was inside, but the direction of it meant he fell outside. Still, it matters not and with the benefit of hindsight it was better that Kaz got his goal (for his confidence) and we got to see his celebration again... it's been a long wait!

Magnificent stuff. Look forward to seeing some lengthy extended highlights on Seagulls Player.

UTA!!
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: Shame they didn't show much of the first half! Cracking stuff though.[/p][/quote]Agreed. The foul was inside, but the direction of it meant he fell outside. Still, it matters not and with the benefit of hindsight it was better that Kaz got his goal (for his confidence) and we got to see his celebration again... it's been a long wait! Magnificent stuff. Look forward to seeing some lengthy extended highlights on Seagulls Player. UTA!! Singing Seagull, Indonesia
  • Score: 6

1:57pm Wed 20 Aug 14

ringtone says...

I thought both Brighton goals were soft from leeds point of view.

Maybe we being hoodwinked by the positive trolls and associated stakeholders as to the extend of this fantastic performance.

Seems like the effort was 100%, as it should be.
I thought both Brighton goals were soft from leeds point of view. Maybe we being hoodwinked by the positive trolls and associated stakeholders as to the extend of this fantastic performance. Seems like the effort was 100%, as it should be. ringtone
  • Score: -30

2:04pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Cockwomble says...

ringtone wrote:
I thought both Brighton goals were soft from leeds point of view.

Maybe we being hoodwinked by the positive trolls and associated stakeholders as to the extend of this fantastic performance.

Seems like the effort was 100%, as it should be.
cockwomble
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: I thought both Brighton goals were soft from leeds point of view. Maybe we being hoodwinked by the positive trolls and associated stakeholders as to the extend of this fantastic performance. Seems like the effort was 100%, as it should be.[/p][/quote]cockwomble Cockwomble
  • Score: 5

2:29pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Singing Seagull, Indonesia says...

Cockwomble wrote:
ringtone wrote:
I thought both Brighton goals were soft from leeds point of view.

Maybe we being hoodwinked by the positive trolls and associated stakeholders as to the extend of this fantastic performance.

Seems like the effort was 100%, as it should be.
cockwomble
Welcome back mate. Concise and accurate as always! 😄
[quote][p][bold]Cockwomble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: I thought both Brighton goals were soft from leeds point of view. Maybe we being hoodwinked by the positive trolls and associated stakeholders as to the extend of this fantastic performance. Seems like the effort was 100%, as it should be.[/p][/quote]cockwomble[/p][/quote]Welcome back mate. Concise and accurate as always! 😄 Singing Seagull, Indonesia
  • Score: 3

2:37pm Wed 20 Aug 14

heshootshescores says...

Now just imagine if we had Ulloa and Grabban playing together up front...

Shame it didn't happen last season and doubtful that we could have hung on to both of them for a full season anyway, but what a partnership that could have been. Enough, perhaps, to propel us into the Premier League.

Still, that's water under the bridge now. Life goes on...but I do hope we bring in a proven goalscorer before August 31. To be blunt, we need someone better than O'Grady or CMS.
Now just imagine if we had Ulloa and Grabban playing together up front... Shame it didn't happen last season and doubtful that we could have hung on to both of them for a full season anyway, but what a partnership that could have been. Enough, perhaps, to propel us into the Premier League. Still, that's water under the bridge now. Life goes on...but I do hope we bring in a proven goalscorer before August 31. To be blunt, we need someone better than O'Grady or CMS. heshootshescores
  • Score: -9

2:58pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Quiterie says...

I mentioned it on another thread, but how the Leeds player isn't sent off for the foul on Teixeira I'll never know.

Try watching it, but just look at the Leeds defender. He launches himself in what would be better described as an assault rather then a tackle. He doesn't seem to make any attempt to get the ball at all. He could easily have injured Teixeira.

Still hopefully no harm done.
I mentioned it on another thread, but how the Leeds player isn't sent off for the foul on Teixeira I'll never know. Try watching it, but just look at the Leeds defender. He launches himself in what would be better described as an assault rather then a tackle. He doesn't seem to make any attempt to get the ball at all. He could easily have injured Teixeira. Still hopefully no harm done. Quiterie
  • Score: 9

3:06pm Wed 20 Aug 14

WisdomSpeaks says...

What a difference from last two Saturdays! I thank Tony Bloom as it seems there are some positive changes afoot. New chief scout and another bright guy just left Palace to join our recruitment staff. Maybe someone is moving on or changing roles! Dr gone so should see less injuries now!

Page 79 in today's Daily Mail has a great article which talks about exactly the same problems at Man Utd and how Van Gaul won't put up with it. TB and SH would do well to read this, as would those supporters who are interested.
What a difference from last two Saturdays! I thank Tony Bloom as it seems there are some positive changes afoot. New chief scout and another bright guy just left Palace to join our recruitment staff. Maybe someone is moving on or changing roles! Dr gone so should see less injuries now! Page 79 in today's Daily Mail has a great article which talks about exactly the same problems at Man Utd and how Van Gaul won't put up with it. TB and SH would do well to read this, as would those supporters who are interested. WisdomSpeaks
  • Score: 2

3:19pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Singing Seagull, Indonesia says...

It will be interesting to see what line up and how Sami sets the team up for Bolton on Saturday. He seems like a manager who can change things about, depending on the opposition, and one who isn't afraid to ring the changes when he sees fit to do that.

Personally I hope he keeps pretty much the same line up as for Leeds (injuries permitting), although perhaps I might be tempted to put McCourt on in place of, say, JFC and see how he gets on. I reckon Sami appreciates that if a team plays well and the individual players are confident and happy then they should be rewarded with another start unless there is a compelling reason to change things around.

Thoughts anyone?

UTA!!
It will be interesting to see what line up and how Sami sets the team up for Bolton on Saturday. He seems like a manager who can change things about, depending on the opposition, and one who isn't afraid to ring the changes when he sees fit to do that. Personally I hope he keeps pretty much the same line up as for Leeds (injuries permitting), although perhaps I might be tempted to put McCourt on in place of, say, JFC and see how he gets on. I reckon Sami appreciates that if a team plays well and the individual players are confident and happy then they should be rewarded with another start unless there is a compelling reason to change things around. Thoughts anyone? UTA!! Singing Seagull, Indonesia
  • Score: 8

3:25pm Wed 20 Aug 14

SMF20 says...

This will do for me... Watch this space

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This will do for me... Watch this space http://www.dailymail .co.uk/sport/foo..._ campaign=1490 SMF20
  • Score: 1

3:34pm Wed 20 Aug 14

ringtone says...

Singing Seagull, Indonesia wrote:
It will be interesting to see what line up and how Sami sets the team up for Bolton on Saturday. He seems like a manager who can change things about, depending on the opposition, and one who isn't afraid to ring the changes when he sees fit to do that.

Personally I hope he keeps pretty much the same line up as for Leeds (injuries permitting), although perhaps I might be tempted to put McCourt on in place of, say, JFC and see how he gets on. I reckon Sami appreciates that if a team plays well and the individual players are confident and happy then they should be rewarded with another start unless there is a compelling reason to change things around.

Thoughts anyone?

UTA!!
As long as they all give 100% i will have no complaints, well almost, SSI
[quote][p][bold]Singing Seagull, Indonesia[/bold] wrote: It will be interesting to see what line up and how Sami sets the team up for Bolton on Saturday. He seems like a manager who can change things about, depending on the opposition, and one who isn't afraid to ring the changes when he sees fit to do that. Personally I hope he keeps pretty much the same line up as for Leeds (injuries permitting), although perhaps I might be tempted to put McCourt on in place of, say, JFC and see how he gets on. I reckon Sami appreciates that if a team plays well and the individual players are confident and happy then they should be rewarded with another start unless there is a compelling reason to change things around. Thoughts anyone? UTA!![/p][/quote]As long as they all give 100% i will have no complaints, well almost, SSI ringtone
  • Score: 0

3:50pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Singing Seagull, Indonesia says...

ringtone wrote:
Singing Seagull, Indonesia wrote:
It will be interesting to see what line up and how Sami sets the team up for Bolton on Saturday. He seems like a manager who can change things about, depending on the opposition, and one who isn't afraid to ring the changes when he sees fit to do that.

Personally I hope he keeps pretty much the same line up as for Leeds (injuries permitting), although perhaps I might be tempted to put McCourt on in place of, say, JFC and see how he gets on. I reckon Sami appreciates that if a team plays well and the individual players are confident and happy then they should be rewarded with another start unless there is a compelling reason to change things around.

Thoughts anyone?

UTA!!
As long as they all give 100% i will have no complaints, well almost, SSI
Hey Ringy. That was really very funny. I could get to quite like this happy, positive you!

UTA!!
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Singing Seagull, Indonesia[/bold] wrote: It will be interesting to see what line up and how Sami sets the team up for Bolton on Saturday. He seems like a manager who can change things about, depending on the opposition, and one who isn't afraid to ring the changes when he sees fit to do that. Personally I hope he keeps pretty much the same line up as for Leeds (injuries permitting), although perhaps I might be tempted to put McCourt on in place of, say, JFC and see how he gets on. I reckon Sami appreciates that if a team plays well and the individual players are confident and happy then they should be rewarded with another start unless there is a compelling reason to change things around. Thoughts anyone? UTA!![/p][/quote]As long as they all give 100% i will have no complaints, well almost, SSI[/p][/quote]Hey Ringy. That was really very funny. I could get to quite like this happy, positive you! UTA!! Singing Seagull, Indonesia
  • Score: 4

3:55pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Albion In Staffs says...

**** good performance! The thing now is to build on it on Saturday.
All ills not eliminated by one victory over a poor side but it's certainly a better return than we had against the two other poor sides we've played.
Of course we still need to add. Even if Chicksen played well (and it seems he did) we still need a front-line left back. Talk of the necessity suddenly changing to back up, is premature in my view.
Also, good use of the available squad by the manager. Whether O'Grady and Hughes' demotions were due to performance, tactics or rest, is irrelevant. SH picked a side to win the game and the make up could well be different on Saturday?
Light at the end of a long dark, summer tunnel, and a clean sheet for a defence with Lewis Dunk in it.
Oh the pleasure taken from a wounded troll...
**** good performance! The thing now is to build on it on Saturday. All ills not eliminated by one victory over a poor side but it's certainly a better return than we had against the two other poor sides we've played. Of course we still need to add. Even if Chicksen played well (and it seems he did) we still need a front-line left back. Talk of the necessity suddenly changing to back up, is premature in my view. Also, good use of the available squad by the manager. Whether O'Grady and Hughes' demotions were due to performance, tactics or rest, is irrelevant. SH picked a side to win the game and the make up could well be different on Saturday? Light at the end of a long dark, summer tunnel, and a clean sheet for a defence with Lewis Dunk in it. Oh the pleasure taken from a wounded troll... Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 8

3:57pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Albion In Staffs says...

Albion In Staffs wrote:
**** good performance! The thing now is to build on it on Saturday.
All ills not eliminated by one victory over a poor side but it's certainly a better return than we had against the two other poor sides we've played.
Of course we still need to add. Even if Chicksen played well (and it seems he did) we still need a front-line left back. Talk of the necessity suddenly changing to back up, is premature in my view.
Also, good use of the available squad by the manager. Whether O'Grady and Hughes' demotions were due to performance, tactics or rest, is irrelevant. SH picked a side to win the game and the make up could well be different on Saturday?
Light at the end of a long dark, summer tunnel, and a clean sheet for a defence with Lewis Dunk in it.
Oh the pleasure taken from a wounded troll...
For the sake of clarity, the 'banned' word was d.a.m.n.e.d. I refuse to be tainted!
[quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: **** good performance! The thing now is to build on it on Saturday. All ills not eliminated by one victory over a poor side but it's certainly a better return than we had against the two other poor sides we've played. Of course we still need to add. Even if Chicksen played well (and it seems he did) we still need a front-line left back. Talk of the necessity suddenly changing to back up, is premature in my view. Also, good use of the available squad by the manager. Whether O'Grady and Hughes' demotions were due to performance, tactics or rest, is irrelevant. SH picked a side to win the game and the make up could well be different on Saturday? Light at the end of a long dark, summer tunnel, and a clean sheet for a defence with Lewis Dunk in it. Oh the pleasure taken from a wounded troll...[/p][/quote]For the sake of clarity, the 'banned' word was d.a.m.n.e.d. I refuse to be tainted! Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 3

4:08pm Wed 20 Aug 14

OldGull says...

Cockwomble wrote:
ringtone wrote:
I thought both Brighton goals were soft from leeds point of view.

Maybe we being hoodwinked by the positive trolls and associated stakeholders as to the extend of this fantastic performance.

Seems like the effort was 100%, as it should be.
cockwomble
100%
[quote][p][bold]Cockwomble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: I thought both Brighton goals were soft from leeds point of view. Maybe we being hoodwinked by the positive trolls and associated stakeholders as to the extend of this fantastic performance. Seems like the effort was 100%, as it should be.[/p][/quote]cockwomble[/p][/quote]100% OldGull
  • Score: 2

4:24pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Mr Farkenbus says...

SkyBet just stated we are close to signing Joe Bennett (Lft Bk) from Villa. Any good?
SkyBet just stated we are close to signing Joe Bennett (Lft Bk) from Villa. Any good? Mr Farkenbus
  • Score: 1

4:31pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Mr Farkenbus says...

Mr Farkenbus wrote:
SkyBet just stated we are close to signing Joe Bennett (Lft Bk) from Villa. Any good?
hmm appears he got a lot of abuse from Villa fans on a tweeting session in april - most of the sentiment was that he is a bit of donkey. Seems fans are a fickle lot regardless of club.
[quote][p][bold]Mr Farkenbus[/bold] wrote: SkyBet just stated we are close to signing Joe Bennett (Lft Bk) from Villa. Any good?[/p][/quote]hmm appears he got a lot of abuse from Villa fans on a tweeting session in april - most of the sentiment was that he is a bit of donkey. Seems fans are a fickle lot regardless of club. Mr Farkenbus
  • Score: 0

4:45pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Newhavenles says...

Report in the Mail that the chief scout at Palace has quit and moved to Brighton to head up the scouting team,youngest chief scout in the premier league at 28 years old
Report in the Mail that the chief scout at Palace has quit and moved to Brighton to head up the scouting team,youngest chief scout in the premier league at 28 years old Newhavenles
  • Score: 5

5:09pm Wed 20 Aug 14

bbb1969 says...

Really don't understand the people still wanting a lb. Chicksen has done his job well and is fit with pace. Lb is covered with him and maski. What we ned is a pacey rb.
Really don't understand the people still wanting a lb. Chicksen has done his job well and is fit with pace. Lb is covered with him and maski. What we ned is a pacey rb. bbb1969
  • Score: 1

5:40pm Wed 20 Aug 14

pte says...

Mr Farkenbus wrote:
SkyBet just stated we are close to signing Joe Bennett (Lft Bk) from Villa. Any good?
Looks good to me:

http://www.avfc.co.u
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[quote][p][bold]Mr Farkenbus[/bold] wrote: SkyBet just stated we are close to signing Joe Bennett (Lft Bk) from Villa. Any good?[/p][/quote]Looks good to me: http://www.avfc.co.u k/page/NewsDetail/0, ,10265~2904133,00.ht ml pte
  • Score: 0

6:07pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Albion In Staffs says...

Mr Farkenbus wrote:
SkyBet just stated we are close to signing Joe Bennett (Lft Bk) from Villa. Any good?
General consensus in the midlands is that he's been out of his depth in the PL and Villa suffered last year with him in their struggling team.
That said, may prove to be suitable for our needs in the Champ although a loan deal is the latest illustration of our strategy and spending power.
From what I know around these parts, he may prove to be a competitor for the LB slot with Chicksen over the season, not necessarily the number 1. You can take that as a negative in terms of him not being an improvement or a positive in that it'll potentially expose Chicksen to more experience. Relative strength in depth rather than a outright replacement?
Might be a good move..
[quote][p][bold]Mr Farkenbus[/bold] wrote: SkyBet just stated we are close to signing Joe Bennett (Lft Bk) from Villa. Any good?[/p][/quote]General consensus in the midlands is that he's been out of his depth in the PL and Villa suffered last year with him in their struggling team. That said, may prove to be suitable for our needs in the Champ although a loan deal is the latest illustration of our strategy and spending power. From what I know around these parts, he may prove to be a competitor for the LB slot with Chicksen over the season, not necessarily the number 1. You can take that as a negative in terms of him not being an improvement or a positive in that it'll potentially expose Chicksen to more experience. Relative strength in depth rather than a outright replacement? Might be a good move.. Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 1

6:30pm Wed 20 Aug 14

oksouthstander says...

On course for a great season top 6 not out of the question.Proud to be a positive troll for 58 years.SH team bus on it's way..Bolton home win I fancy. another 2-0 win at the Amex..
On course for a great season top 6 not out of the question.Proud to be a positive troll for 58 years.SH team bus on it's way..Bolton home win I fancy. another 2-0 win at the Amex.. oksouthstander
  • Score: 1

9:23pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Clean Sheet says...

bbb1969 wrote:
Really don't understand the people still wanting a lb. Chicksen has done his job well and is fit with pace. Lb is covered with him and maski. What we ned is a pacey rb.
We need cover. Good to see Chicksen making progress, but I'm not convinced that Maksi is good enough yet.
[quote][p][bold]bbb1969[/bold] wrote: Really don't understand the people still wanting a lb. Chicksen has done his job well and is fit with pace. Lb is covered with him and maski. What we ned is a pacey rb.[/p][/quote]We need cover. Good to see Chicksen making progress, but I'm not convinced that Maksi is good enough yet. Clean Sheet
  • Score: 0

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