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Poyet Has No Complaints After Win

Brighton manager Gus Poyet was more than satisfied with his side's performance in the 2-0 win over Bristol City last night.

The win means the Seagulls have now gone seven games unbeaten and got back the form that they had earlier in the season.

The home side had no great problems overcoming Derek McInnes side with the goals coming from Dean Hammond and Andrea Orlandi.

Poyet must have been pretty confident in getting the points as he rested strikers Craig Mackail-Smith and Ashley Barnes, meaning Stephen
Dobbie and Will Hoskins got the nod.

Poyet told Sky Sports: 'We got a clean sheet, scored a couple of goals so I've no complaints; it was a good, professional display. We needed to keep patient and make it difficult for the opposition.

'Dobbie and Hoskins were desperate to play and this was an opportunity for them to come into the side and impress. I think they both had good games without being spectacular.'




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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 28 2012

Time: 12:15PM

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Tell you what, wish we had poyet as our manager instead of the tool we are stuck with now.
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