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Watching Brighton vs Man Utd 18:09 - May 7 with 930 viewsGarv

Reminds me of several of our McKenna ball performances over the last few months*.

They're all over them, keeping possession for fun and creating half chances all the time. United are basically kicking for touch every time they get the ball.

*Specifically the Wigan game where I thought we were so far and away the better team it was ridiculous.

Trouble is, us and Brighton are quite similar in the sense that you could easily see it ending 1-1.

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Watching Brighton vs Man Utd on 00:05 - May 8 with 629 viewsBlueBadger

Well, this aged well.

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Watching Brighton vs Man Utd on 09:38 - May 8 with 453 viewsSwansea_Blue

Brighton having a good season. I was really impressed with Potter when he was at the Swans. He’s got oodles of emotional intelligence and relates to the players really well. His attacking play was excellent, but they had a real issue with defending set pieces which cost them places in the table. Sounds like he’s solved that problem now at Brighton.

I always felt Cook was the opposite really; didn’t see much emotional intelligence from him when he was publicly hanging players out to dry. It was one of his main weaknesses and I still don’t understand how he had such a good reputation nor achieved the successes he had.
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Watching Brighton vs Man Utd on 16:12 - May 8 with 299 viewsreadtheleaguetable

Watching Brighton vs Man Utd on 09:38 - May 8 by Swansea_Blue

Brighton having a good season. I was really impressed with Potter when he was at the Swans. He’s got oodles of emotional intelligence and relates to the players really well. His attacking play was excellent, but they had a real issue with defending set pieces which cost them places in the table. Sounds like he’s solved that problem now at Brighton.

I always felt Cook was the opposite really; didn’t see much emotional intelligence from him when he was publicly hanging players out to dry. It was one of his main weaknesses and I still don’t understand how he had such a good reputation nor achieved the successes he had.
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Well he has the good reputation because of the successes he had.

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