The more Brighton sell their best players, the better they become | Brighton & Hove Albion

When Brighton lost Graham Potter to Chelsea a year ago, there were understandable concerns about how the team would fare after his departure. Potter had taken the club to the next level following the dismissal of Chris Hughton in 2019. Brighton had narrowly avoided relegation from the Premier League in Hughton’s last season, picking up just 11 points in his final 18 games as manager. Potter led them up the table, securing their highest ever league finish – ninth in the 2021–22 season – before he left for Chelsea.

Potter’s decision to replace Thomas Tuchel could have grounded the…


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