Brighton & Hove Albion Match of My Life covers some of the greatest games in the club's history through the eyes of players who played in them. Adrian Thorne reflects on a five-goal haul in a 6-0 win which clinched promotion to the Second Division in the club's history; Norman Gall recalls a match from the 1965 championship-winning season, Ken Beamish, Brian Horton Gary Williams and Peter Ward all recall games from the 1970s, while Steve Foster and Gary Stevens look back at the 1983 FA Cup run. Barry Lloyd reflects on promotion in 1988, while Robbie Reinelt reveals the drama of the scoring the goal which saved Albion from relegation out of the Football League. Latter day legends Danny Cullip, Bobby Zamora, Charlie Oatway, Guy Butters, Russell Slade and Poyet all relive games from the hugely successful Withdean era which saw Albion win three titles, one play-off final and Slade pull off the great escape, making this an emotional and absorbing look back at some of the great moments in the history of the club.Über den Autor:
Paul Camillin began writing about Brighton & Hove Albion in the Brighton Argus. He subsequently became the club's programme editor and later the club's head of media. He has written three books on the Seagulls: Albion The First 100 Years, launched as part of the club's centenary celebrations, Brighton & Hove Albion Miscellany and Match of My Life.
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