The Premier League is into the final stages of the season and we look back at the players that have made the most mistakes leading to goals in the league. The list cuts across all clubs with some players surprising making the list.

he List is headed by Everton stopper Jordan Pickford with four errors which is not a shock as the English number one has endured a torrid season. The clanger against Liverpool at Anfield comes to mind as well as another mistake that resulted in a penalty in the weekend at Newcastle.
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Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder BeramKayal has highlighted the importance of taking things a game at a time ahead of run of three matches in the space of seven days for the Seagulls.

Chris Hughton’s men travel to Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon after which they will be hosting Crystal Palace in a crunch clash at the Amex stadium three days later and then making another trip up north to tackle Burnley at Turf Moor the weekend after.
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Brighton First Premier League Club To Offer Hygiene Products

Brighton took an excellent decision to provide free sanitary products to all female fans. This initiative is being highly appreciated and applauded everywhere and also at social media sites. Supporters have encouraged more clubs to take this step. The south-coast club was the first premier league side for signing up the campaign called ‘On the Bal’ launched by 3 Celtic supporting females.

Everton and Liverpool are also in agreement to follow hygiene products for free to women inside the stadium. As far as the campaign is concerned, it is the brainchild of youth, Orlaith Duffy, Mikaela McKinley and Erin Slaven with an objective to raise the visibility of women supporters at football competitions. There are around 13 clubs now in the UK who have taken the initiative after Brighton and McKinley is hopeful that there would be many more Premier League clubs taking this decision.
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Sunderland have rejected the bid for Paddy McNair after Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion submitted a bid of £2 million. The Northern Ireland star played very well when they faced World Cup bound Panama City in a recent warm up game.

Sunderland value the player way more than the “derisory” valuation of the top flight side, as per reports. The 23-year old combined very well with former United teammate Jonny Evans against the opposition. After coming through the youth system at Old Trafford, he made the senior team in 2014, playing 24 times.
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