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2018–19 Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. season

The 2018–19 season is Brighton & Hove Albion's 117th year in existence and second consecutive season in the Premier League.[1] Along with competing in the Premier League, the club also participated in the FA Cup and EFL Cup.

Brighton & Hove Albion
2018–19 season
ChairmanTony Bloom
ManagerChris Hughton (until 13 May – All matches completed)
Graham Potter (from 20 May)
StadiumFalmer Stadium
Premier League17th
FA CupSemi-finals
EFL CupSecond round
Top goalscorerLeague: Glenn Murray (13)
All: Glenn Murray (15)
Highest home attendance30,654 vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
(27 October 2018 - Premier League)
Lowest home attendance13,651 vs Southampton
(28 August 2018 - EFL Cup)
Average home league attendance30,464

The season covers the period from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019.

Brighton beat Manchester United at home for the second season running on 19 August 2018. The game finished 3–2 to the Albion.[2] On 4 May 2019 Brighton's Premier League status was confirmed for a third season after bitter rivals Crystal Palace beat Cardiff 3–2 in Wales.[3] This confirmation came exactly a year after The Seagulls secured their safety in the 2017–18 season.[4]

In the FA Cup Brighton made the semi final where they lost to Manchester City 1–0 at Wembley.[5][6][7][8][9] In the EFL Cup Brighton lost 1–0 to Southampton at home in the second round.[10]

On 10 May 2019 it was announced that captain, Bruno would be retiring from football. In his last game Brighton lost 4–1 to Manchester City. As a result City defended their Premier League title.[11][12]

Brighton sacked manager Chris Hughton on 13 May, one day after the final game of the season, due to a poor end of season run of three wins in 23 games meaning Brighton narrowly secured survival by two points.[13]

On 20 May Brighton appointed Graham Potter as the new manager.[14]

Contents

PlayersEdit

SquadEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1   GK Mathew Ryan
2   DF Bruno (club captain)[15]
3   DF Gaëtan Bong
4   DF Shane Duffy
5   DF Lewis Dunk (vice-captain)[16]
6   MF Dale Stephens
7   MF Beram Kayal
8   MF Yves Bissouma
9   FW Jürgen Locadia
10   FW Florin Andone
11   MF Anthony Knockaert
13   MF Pascal Groß
14   DF Leon Balogun
No. Position Player
16   FW Alireza Jahanbakhsh
17   FW Glenn Murray
19   FW José Izquierdo
20   MF Solly March
22   DF Martín Montoya
23   GK Jason Steele
24   MF Davy Pröpper
27   GK David Button
30   DF Bernardo
33   DF Dan Burn

Out on loanEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
21   DF Ezequiel Schelotto (at Chievo until 30 June 2019)[17]
25   FW Tomer Hemed (at Queens Park Rangers until 30 June 2019)[18]
26   FW Percy Tau (at Saint-Gilloise until 30 June 2019)[19]
29   DF Markus Suttner (at Fortuna Düsseldorf until 30 June 2019)
No. Position Player
31   GK Christian Walton (at Wigan Athletic until 30 June 2019)[20]
35   DF Ben Barclay (at Notts County until 30 June 2019)[21]
36   FW Richie Towell (at Rotherham United until 30 June 2019)[22]
  MF Alexis Mac Allister (at Argentinos Juniors until 30 June 2019)[23]

Reserves and AcademyEdit

TransfersEdit

Transfers inEdit

Date from Position No. Name From Fee Joining squad Ref.
1 July 2018 CF 10   Florin Andone   Deportivo La Coruña Undisclosed First Team [24]
1 July 2018 CB 14   Leon Balogun   Mainz 05 Free transfer First Team [25]
1 July 2018 GK 23   Jason Steele   Sunderland Free transfer First Team [26]
1 July 2018 LB -   Joe Tomlinson   Yeovil Town Free transfer Academy [27]
5 July 2018 LB 30   Bernardo   RB Leipzig Undisclosed First Team [28]
9 July 2018 GK -   Hugo Keto   Arsenal Free transfer Academy [29]
16 July 2018 GK 27   David Button   Fulham Undisclosed First Team [30]
17 July 2018 CM 8   Yves Bissouma   Lille Undisclosed First Team [31]
20 July 2018 ST 26   Percy Tau   Mamelodi Sundowns Undisclosed First Team [32]
25 July 2018 RW 16   Alireza Jahanbakhsh   AZ Alkmaar Undisclosed First Team [33]
7 August 2018 LW -   Billy Arce   Independiente del Valle Undisclosed Academy [34]
7 August 2018 RW -   Anders Dreyer   Esbjerg Undisclosed Academy [35]
9 August 2018 CB -   Dan Burn   Wigan Athletic £3,000,000 First Team [36]
9 August 2018 LM -   Peter Gwargis   Jönköpings Södra Undisclosed Academy [37]
9 August 2018 RB 22   Martín Montoya   Valencia £6,300,000 First Team [38]
24 January 2019 AM   Alexis Mac Allister   Argentinos Juniors Undisclosed First Team [39]
31 January 2019 DM   Tudor Băluță   Viitorul Constanța Undisclosed Academy [40]
31 January 2019 CF   Jan Mlakar   Maribor Undisclosed Academy [41]

Transfers outEdit

Date from Position No. Name To Fee Leaving squad Ref.
1 July 2018 RW   David Ajiboye   Worthing Released Academy [42][43]
1 July 2018 CF   Jonah Ayunga   Sutton United Released Academy [44]
1 July 2018 RW   Henrik Bjørdal   Zulte Waregem Undisclosed Academy [45]
1 July 2018 CB   Tom Dallison   Falkirk Free transfer Academy [46]
1 July 2018 CB   Connor Goldson   Rangers Undisclosed First Team [47]
1 July 2018 RB   Tyler Hornby-Forbes   Newport County Released Academy [42][48]
1 July 2018 CB   Uwe Hünemeier   SC Paderborn Free transfer First Team [49]
1 July 2018 DM   Dessie Hutchinson   Waterford Released Academy [42][50]
1 July 2018 DM   Rohan Ince Free agent Released First Team [42]
1 July 2018 RB   Mamadou Koné Free agent Released Academy [42]
1 July 2018 GK   Tim Krul   Norwich City Released First Team [42][51]
1 July 2018 GK   Niki Mäenpää   Bristol City Rejected contract First Team [52][53]
1 July 2018 LW   Reece Meekums   Bromley Released Academy [42][54]
1 July 2018 LW   Jamie Murphy   Rangers Undisclosed First Team [55]
1 July 2018 LB   Rian O'Sullivan Free agent Released Academy [42]
1 July 2018 RB   Liam Rosenior Retired Released First Team [56][42]
1 July 2018 CM   Steve Sidwell Retired Mutual consent First Team [57]
1 July 2018 GK   Bailey Vose   Colchester United Undisclosed Academy [58]
30 July 2018 FW   Sam Baldock   Reading Undisclosed First Team [59]
2 August 2018 LW   Jiří Skalák   Millwall Undisclosed First Team [60]
3 December 2018 AM   Daniel Mandroiu   Bohemians Undisclosed Academy [61]
17 December 2018 AM   Jayden Onen   Brentford Free transfer Academy [62]
2 January 2019 RW   Jordan Maguire-Drew   Leyton Orient Undiscosed Academy [63]
4 January 2019 CM   Oliver Norwood   Sheffield United Undisclosed First Team [64][65]
28 January 2019 CM   Mathias Normann   Rostov Undisclosed Academy [66]

Loans outEdit

Date from Position No. Name To Date until Leaving squad Ref.
1 July 2018 CB   Ben Hall   Notts County 4 January 2019 Academy [67][68]
1 July 2018 GK   Robert Sánchez   Forest Green Rovers 31 May 2019 Academy [69]
1 July 2018 GK   Christian Walton   Wigan Athletic 31 May 2019 First Team [70]
2 July 2018 SS   Steven Alzate   Swindon Town 9 January 2019 Academy [71][72]
12 July 2018 RB   Aleš Matějů   Brescia 31 May 2019 Academy [73]
28 July 2018 GK   Tom McGill   Worthing 31 August 2018 Academy [74]
1 August 2018 RW   Jordan Maguire-Drew   Wrexham 2 January 2019 First Team [75][63]
7 August 2018 LW   Billy Arce   Extremadura 9 January 2019 Academy [34][76]
9 August 2018 CB   Dan Burn   Wigan Athletic January 2019 First Team [36]
13 August 2018 CM   Oliver Norwood   Sheffield United 4 January 2019 First Team [64][65]
15 August 2018 CF   Percy Tau   Union Saint-Gilloise 31 May 2019 Academy [77]
23 August 2018 CF   Tomer Hemed   Queens Park Rangers 31 May 2019 First Team [78]
28 August 2018 CF   Bojan Radulovic   Espanyol B 31 May 2019 Academy [79]
31 August 2018 GK   Tom McGill   Greenwich Borough 4 January 2019 Academy [80]
31 August 2018 DF   Joe Tomlinson   Bognor Regis Town 31 May 2019 Academy [80][81]
31 August 2018 CM   Richie Towell   Rotherham United 31 May 2019 First Team [82]
26 October 2018 CB   Matthew Weaire   Gosport Borough December 2018 Academy [83]
3 January 2019 CB   Ben White   Peterborough United 31 May 2019 Academy [84]
4 January 2019 CB   Ben Barclay   Notts County 31 May 2019 Academy [68]
7 January 2019 LB   George Cox   Northampton Town 31 May 2019 Academy [85]
7 January 2019 CB   Josh Kerr   Derry City 31 May 2019 Academy [86]
12 January 2019 GK   Tom McGill   Basingstoke Town Youth loan Academy [87]
18 January 2019 LB   Markus Suttner   Fortuna Düsseldorf 31 May 2019 First Team [88]
18 January 2019 AM   James Tilley   Cork City 31 May 2019 Academy [89]
24 January 2019 AM   Alexis Mac Allister   Argentinos Juniors 31 May 2019 First Team [39]
26 January 2019 RW   Anders Dreyer   St Mirren 31 May 2019 Academy [90]
28 January 2019 RB   Ezequiel Schelotto   Chievo Verona 31 May 2019 First Team [91]
31 January 2019 DM   Tudor Băluță   Viitorul Constanța 31 May 2019 Academy [40]
31 January 2019 CF   Aaron Connolly   Luton Town 31 May 2019 Academy [92]
31 January 2019 CF   Jan Mlakar   Maribor 31 May 2019 Academy [41]
31 January 2019 CF   Stefan Ljubicic   Eastbourne Borough 30 April 2019 Academy [93]
5 February 2019 LW   Billy Arce   Emelec 31 December 2019 Academy [94]
11 February 2019 GK   Hugo Keto   Waterford 30 June 2019 Academy [95]

ContractEdit

Pre-seasonEdit

Brighton & Hove Albion announced five pre-season friendlies against St. Gallen, Wimbledon, Charlton Athletic, Birmingham City, and FC Nantes.

The opponents for this match were supposed to be Sporting Clube de Portugal but were replaced by FC Nantes due to Sporting being unable to fulfill the fixture.[96]

CompetitionsEdit

Premier LeagueEdit

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
15 Burnley 38 11 7 20 45 68 −23 40
16 Southampton 38 9 12 17 45 65 −20 39
17 Brighton & Hove Albion 38 9 9 20 35 60 −25 36
18 Cardiff City (R) 38 10 4 24 34 69 −35 34 Relegation to the EFL Championship
19 Fulham (R) 38 7 5 26 34 81 −47 26
Source: Premier League
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Goals scored; 4) Play-offs (only if needed to decide champion, teams for relegation or teams for UEFA competitions).
(R) Relegated.

Results summaryEdit

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
38 9 9 20 35 60  −25 36 6 5 8 19 28  −9 3 4 12 16 32  −16

Last updated: 12 May 2019.
Source: Premier League

Results by matchdayEdit

Matchday1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132333435363738
GroundAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHHAHAAHHAHAHAHHAAHAH
ResultLWLDDLLWWWLLDWWLLLDWDLLLDLLWWLLLLDLDDL
Position1711121214131412121112121211101113131313131313131314161515151517171717171717
Updated to match(es) played on 12 May 2019. Source: Statto.com
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss

MatchesEdit

On 14 June 2018, the Premier League fixtures for the forthcoming season were announced.[97][98]

FA CupEdit

The third round draw was made live on BBC by Ruud Gullit and Paul Ince from Stamford Bridge on 3 December 2018.[99] The fourth round draw was made live on BBC by Robbie Keane and Carl Ikeme from Wolverhampton on 7 January 2019.[100] The fifth round draw was broadcast on 28 January 2019 live on BBC, Alex Scott and Ian Wright conducted the draw.[101] Draw for the quarter-final was made on 18 February by Darren Fletcher & Wayne Bridge.[102]

EFL CupEdit

The second round draw was made from the Stadium of Light on 16 August.[103]

Squad statisticsEdit

As of end of 2018–2019 season
No. Pos Nat Player Total Premier League EFL Cup FA Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Goalkeepers
1 GK   Mathew Ryan 36 0 34 0 0 0 2 0
23 GK   Jason Steele 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
27 GK   David Button 8 0 4 0 1 0 3 0
Defenders
2 DF   Bruno 18 0 14 0 0 0 4 0
3 DF   Gaëtan Bong 24 0 19+3 0 0 0 1+1 0
4 DF   Shane Duffy 40 5 35 5 0 0 5 0
5 DF   Lewis Dunk 38 2 36 2 0 0 2 0
14 DF   Leon Balogun 10 1 5+3 1 0 0 2 0
22 DF   Martín Montoya 29 0 24+1 0 0 0 3+1 0
30 DF   Bernardo 27 0 19+3 0 1 0 4 0
33 DF   Dan Burn 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
Midfielders
6 MF   Dale Stephens 35 1 29+1 1 0 0 5 0
7 MF   Beram Kayal 24 1 9+9 1 1 0 5 0
8 MF   Yves Bissouma 34 1 17+11 0 1 0 5 1
11 MF   Anthony Knockaert 36 4 18+12 2 0 0 6 2
13 MF   Pascal Groß 27 3 24+1 3 1 0 0+1 0
20 MF   Solly March 37 2 31+4 1 0 0 0+2 1
24 MF   Davy Pröpper 35 1 30 1 0+1 0 2+2 0
58 MF   Will Collar 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Forwards
9 FW   Jürgen Locadia 33 4 12+14 2 1 0 3+3 2
10 FW   Florin Andone 27 5 8+15 3 0 0 3+1 2
16 FW   Alireza Jahanbakhsh 24 0 12+7 0 1 0 4 0
17 FW   Glenn Murray 42 15 30+8 13 0 0 2+2 2
19 FW   Jose Izquierdo 10 0 2+6 0 0 0 0+2 0
42 FW   Viktor Gyökeres 5 0 0 0 1 0 1+3 0
Players who have made an appearance or had a squad number this season but have left the club (All gone out on loan)
21 DF   Ezequiel Schelotto 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
29 DF   Markus Suttner 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
44 FW   Aaron Connolly 1 0 0 0 0+1 0 0 0
35 DF   Ben Barclay 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

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