Premier League new boys Brighton and Hove Albion are focused on their pre-season camp in Austria.
The team is set to feature in its first season back in the top flight after 34 years. The Seagulls are training in Leogang, the mountain bike capital of the country.
The team is reported to be at Alpine resort for the training camp ahead of their pre-season friendly games. The club would be getting five star treatment and a getaway package, unlike their counterparts that are preparing for the resumption of the league as well. The five star hotel is near Salzburg. The team is set to face a German side Fortuna Dusseldorf on Friday as they warm up.
The club has visited Portugal and Spain in recent years but opted for a different location this time. They were at Tenerife last year and this time they continued with the tradition of exploring a new place each time. Read More
The Brighton soccer team was busy in putting up a formidable defense for the last game that happened.
Middlesbrough has claimed a place back in the Premier League after they created a one on one draw in their recent game. They had a promotions match where Burnley were able to seal the title. Middlesbrough had a draw with Brighton team, which played with a group of ten players.
Burnley was able to seal the title when they obtained a victory over Charlton Athletic, having a score of 3-0 for the match. Middlesbrough on the other hand, needed to win by a single point. However, Brighton made it difficult for them. In Brighton it was a matter of three points which would have helped them secure a position in the top flights. The game is considered to be worth about 170 million in pounds for a side that emerges victorious. The home side was strong with a full audience at the Riverside stadium. Christian Stuani scored a goal in the nineteenth minute. This was answered by Dale Stephens when he delivered a header in the second half. Stephens, however, could not keep up the good act. He was shown a red card after three minutes. Gaston Ramirez was then off on a stretcher with a leg injury. The draw that has occurred has left both teams with a total of 89 points. Read More
The career of Tiago Lloris in Anfield is over as he completed a season long loan deal to Aston Villa and even though it’s only for a temporary period of time, it seems highly unlikely that the Portuguese defender would be making a return to Liverpool even after his loan contract with Aston Villa eventually reaches it’s inevitable end.
Tiago Lloris arrived to Anfield in 2013 for a price tag of £7M and was able to make 3 appearances to the main team as he came into the pitch from the bench.
Aston Villa and Liverpool reached an agreement that would allow Aston Villa of signing Tiago Lloris on a permanent deal depending on how the young defender performs in this season.
After completing the signing of Tiago Lloris, the manager of Aston Villa Tim Sherwood voiced his joy in adding the Portuguese defender into the team as Sherwood said: “I’m very pleased to bring Tiago into the football club. He’s someone I’ve been aware of for some time, and I’m looking forward to working with him. He’s a young guy I believe will enhance our group here.” Read More