Our special show talking all things Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League, with special guests each week.
Season 6 Episode 13: Jeremy Smith, Tony Hayes & Alan Wares
French football expert & Seagulls fan Jeremy Smith discusses the pros and cons of Albion players in Qatar, and the chances of France lifting the World Cup. Tony Hayes from Irish Seagulls assesses the new contract and senior Republic of Ireland debut for Evan Ferguson. And the Albion Roar’s Alan Wares pays tribute to Albion fan Ken Valder.
Season 6 Episode 12: Leandro Trossard and Josh Lewin
Albion winger Leandro Trossard looks ahead to Belgium’s campaign at the World Cup, and American Seagulls' fan Josh Lewin assesses the Albion's season so far, and the interest in the tournament in the United States.
Season 6 Episode 11: Roberto de Zerbi, Solly March, Alexis Mac Allister and John Roder
Roberto de Zerbi assesses the start to his time at the club, Solly March discusses the big talking points from the weekend, Alexis Mac Allister discusses what it’s like to play with Messi, & Argentina’s chances of winning the World Cup, whilst commentator John Roder looks ahead to Qatar as well as recalling some memories on the mic for Albion games.
Season 6 Episode 10: Alexis Mac Allister, Jeremy Sarmiento and Paul Hayward
Albion players Alexis Mac Allister and Jeremy Sarmiento on Seagulls & World Cup, and author and Albion fan Paul Hayward on De Zerbi, England, Qatar and his new book on England.
Season 6 Episode 9: Robert Sanchez, Tariq Lamptey & Dave Beckett
Albion players Robert Sanchez and Tariq Lamptey on De Zerbi and the World Cup, and broadcaster and fan Dave Beckett reflects on Chelsea win and supporting the Seagulls.
Season 6 Episode 8: Adam Webster, Steve Sidwell and Adam Newson
Albion defender Adam Webster reacts to the controversial decisions at Man City. Former Seagulls midfielder Steve Sidwell previews Graham Potter's return to the Amex, and Chelsea reporter at Football London, Adam Newson, assesses the impact of Graham Potter, Marc Cucurella and Ben Roberts so far at Stamford Bridge.