Everton v Brighton & Hove Albion: match preview
Sam Allardyce struck a more conciliatory tone before a game he described as arguably the biggest of his brief Everton reign, conscious that bridge-building is needed with supporters who made their feelings clear towards him at Burnley. Goodison Park may well be hostile – “We are absolutely aware of that,” Allardyce said – but there is also need for unity, however temporary, with Stoke away, Manchester City and Liverpool on the horizon. Brighton have the capacity to increase Allardyce’s problems. Chris Hughton’s side are unbeaten in seven games and are above their big-spending opponents in the table. Andy HunterSaturday 3pm Continue reading......
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