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Well done Albion

On 12 Apr 2011 at 9:57pm supporter wrote:
Brighton& hove albion have been promoted .
New stadium next season looking really good.
On 13 Apr 2011 at 8:12am 'ere be monsters wrote:
Our seats are already fitted.
On 13 Apr 2011 at 10:57am Mack the knife wrote:
Even tho I'm a lifelong Palace fan I have to say a big well done to the Seagulls!! Now if Palace can just stay up I will look forward to visiting the Amex! Hope it's a boxing day fixture like the old days!
On 13 Apr 2011 at 3:39pm Deckard wrote:
My hearty congratulations to Gus and the guys, just a shame Palace will pass us by on the way down!!!
On 13 Apr 2011 at 4:20pm Rookie wrote:
Well done The Albion. The Rooks will always be my main interest but I do like to keep an eye on The Seagulls and wish them well for next season.
On 13 Apr 2011 at 5:02pm mr p.c wrote:
looking forward to august 6th
and the 5th november
can not wait
On 15 Apr 2011 at 2:36pm Lewes Seagull wrote:
I've bought 2 season tickets for me and my son but I haven't told my missus yet. Not sure how to tell her because she will not be happy. HELP!!
On 17 Apr 2011 at 11:30pm john hawkins wrote:
For some reason I have an unfathomable urge to go down Southover High Street towards the Swan and then, just opposite a house which has recently been granted planning permission for some solar panels, sing "Seeeeaaaguuullls! We've got Falmer, we've got Falmer, we've got Falmer, we've got Falmer" to the tune of Tom Hark. Is this big? No. Is this Clever? No.Is it grown up?. No. Is it petty? Yes; guilty as charged. But hey, there yer go!!

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Lewes at night

Thought that was 50bn in coins. Couldn't they just look for cars with bulging tyres ;-) more
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