Brighton coach Graham Potter’s savage reaction to being booed by fans after their draw against Leeds »FirstSportz

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Brighton & Hove Albion have had a fantastic start to their ongoing Premier League campaign. They are currently sitting comfortably in 8th place on the scoreboard, this is their best performance in recent years and if they can keep this form, the Seagulls could even compete for a spot. in next season’s UEFA Conference or even in the Europa League. Despite their stellar performances so far, the Brighton players were booed by the fans after yesterday’s 0-0 draw against Leeds United at home and that’s what prompted head coach Graham Potter their difficulties.

Brighton may have lost two points in the Leeds clash but the scoreline doesn’t tell the whole story. Brighton were undeniably the better team last night and this assessment can be supported by match statistics. Seagulls maintains ownership rate of 57% vs By Marcelo Bielsa the men in itself was a great feat and more than that, they managed to make 20 shots, of which 4 were on target. They dominated Leeds in every phase but were not lucky enough. That’s why Graham Potter seemed completely surprised when he was booed by a section of fans.

Graham Potter’s reaction to being booed by fans

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Speaking about the incident in the meeting after the game, the British military leader was very frank. He said, “Well they are entitled to their opinion but I completely disagree with them.”

“You have to understand the game. You have to understand who we played, how we played, what we did. I think we’re 8th in the Premier League but maybe I need a little history lesson in this football club.”

Brighton have a difficult schedule ahead of them as they host West Ham and Southampton away in the next two matches. The positive results will be the perfect way for them to win back the support of their fans.

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