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I think his instinct is to view Brighton away as a winnable fixture
It's one of the things I like about him - that he doesn't go along with this "difficult place to get a result" bollocks that Koeman and Allardyce and to an extent Moyes used to peddle. They used to cast everywhere as "difficult to get a result".
Sides competing for the top 6 have to win at least 8 away games, and pretending that Brighton is a fortress isn't helpful.
The only reason I can see why he might not is if he fears defeat could get him the sack, but we should be going there to win.
which he'l justify by saying its a tough away fixture. But he'll change it back the same saturdays selection for the Watford game.
Losing away to Brighton with the usual suspects in a 4-2-3-1 could be the best thing that can happen to us.
I'll be stunned if he doesnt bring Coleman, Gylfi and either Delph or Morgan (If not both) back in for the testing trip to the Amex.
Shearer noted the speed we moved the ball from Davies and Gomes and in a forward direction rather than sideways or backwards as often in the previous 7 games
Sidibe offers so much more than Coleman's give and go going forwards, expect Coleman to play against Brighton, real backward move for me if he does
Yes that's our best eleven so far and needs to be the starting line up at Brighton