England boss Gareth Southgate admits age played a part in his decision to pick Ben White over his Brighton teammate Lewis Dunk in his provisional squad for Euro2020. White, 23, was a surprise inclusion in the 33-man squad, which will be reduced to 26 on June 1.
David Moyes: 'exceptional Lewis Dunk will be sorely missed by Albion West Ham manager David Moyes believes Albion will be tough to break down at the Amex tonight (8pm), but believes the absence of the “exceptional” Lewis Dunk could play into their hands.Graham Potter’s side have an impressive defensive record this season, despite being 17th in the table.
Jahanbakhsh reveals Lewis Dunk agony over red card Lewis Dunk has conceded he probably got it wrong at Wolves, according to a team-mate.The Albion skipper was sent off for pulling back goalbound Fabio Silva at Molineux.Dunk received criticism in some quarters for not allowing Silva through to take on Robert Sánchez.
By Adam Stenning Sports reporter .The 29-year-old was given a straight red for pulling down striker Fabio Silva when he was clear through on goal, eight minutes into the second half with Albion 1-0 up at the time thanks to a header from the skipper.Match of the Day pundit Jermaine Jenas felt it was a 'ridiculous' decision by the defender to pull down Silva.
WOLVES 2-1 BRIGHTON Goals: Adama Traoré (£6.0m), Morgan Gibbs-White (£4.9m) | Lewis Dunk (£4.9m) Assists: Fabio Silva (£5.2m) | Pascal Gross (£5.8m) Red cards: Dunk, Neal Maupay (£5.9m) Bonus: Gibbs-White x3, Traoré x2, Gross x1 VELTMANIA It will be a nervous wait for Joel Veltman (£4.4m) owners to see if the defender is fit for next weekend.
Graham Potter felt Lewis Dunk's red card played a major part in their defeat to Wolves Albion head coach Graham Potter felt it was a tale of two halves for his side in their 2-1 defeat to Wolves.The Seagulls had gone in 1-0 up early on courtesy of a header from skipper Lewis Dunk.
By Adam Stenning Sports reporter Albion head coach Graham Potter felt Neal Maupay needs to ‘handle himself’ better after being sent off after the final whistle in their 2-1 defeat to Wolves.The striker confronted referee Jonathan Moss and his assistant after the defeat and was rather angry.
Brighton player ratings vs Wolves: Huge problems for Lewis Dunk and Neal Maupay, Traore and Gibbs-White clinical
Lewis Dunk's red card was the vital moment as Wolves battled back to beat 10-man Brighton 2-1 Brighton took the lead after 13 minutes when Lewis Dunk headed in Pascal Gross’ corner.Dunk was then sent off eight minutes into the second half when he tugged back Fabio Silva, who was racing clean through.
Mason Seder, a sixth-grade student from Philadelphia, noted to Fox that he is still currently in full-time remote learning at his school.At the same time, he said his teachers are doing a “great job” but that “it’s not what it could be if you’re in-person.” After telling one California eighth-grade student that she needed to “blame your politicians and unions” for delays in her district’s return to full-time in-person learning, Kilmeade eventually returned to Seder.
There are few players better qualified to assess the recent form of Brighton captain Lewis Dunk than his defensive colleague Ben White White, who advanced through the Albion academy, grew up watching Dunk at close quarters and then trained alongside his skipper as he made progress from the under-23s and into the first team.
Graham Potter tells Lewis Dunk not to worry about England Grajam Potter says his Albion skipper is doing all he can to earn an England recall.But he adds Lewis Dunk can still improve as a centre-back and captain.Potter hailed Dunk’s performance in a 2-0 win over Leeds as “incredible” and “sensational”.
Brighton vs Leeds LIVE: Seagulls searching for huge three points in bid to avoid Premier League drop as Marcelo Bielsa's side still hold faint hopes of European football next season
Brighton make two changes to the side that lost 1-0 to Sheffield United last weekend.Ben White and Dan Burn step into the team with Adam Lallana out with a tight calf while Jakub Moder drops to the bench.Brighton: Sanchez, Webster, Dunk, White, Veltman, Gross, Bissouma, Burn, Trossard, Maupay, Welbeck Subs: Connolly, Mac Allister, Moder, Jahanbakhsh, Alzate, Izquierdo, Steele, Propper, Zeqiri
‘Nothing has been achieved so far so we can’t be complacent,’ says Cambridge United’s Harrison Dunk ahead of Stevenage clash
Harrison Dunk stated no extra motivation is needed for Cambridge United other than trying to reverse their defeat to Stevenage earlier in the season.The U's stand on the brink of promotion from Sky Bet League Two, with only three points needed from their remaining three matches.
Breaking team news as Albioin face Everton at the Amex Boss Graham Potter names an unchanged starting XI to face Everton this evening.Webster has recovered from an ankle injury to be part of the 20-man matchday group.The same goes for Burn, who had a hamstring issue.
By Brian Owen Sports reporter Lewis Dunk has called on Albion to cut out costly mistakes in the run-in.But he believes they can target each of their remaining eight fixtures for wins.
Bobby Zamora says England snobbery has cost Lewis Dunk Bobby Zamora believes Lewis Dunk has fallen victim to big club “snobbery” in terms of England selection.The Albion skipper is again watching from afar as the national team go into action.
Brighton head coach Graham Potter will rely on Lewis Dunk’s leadership qualities for the relegation run-in starting with Newcastle at the Amex tomorrow Centre-half Dunk, 29, has enjoyed another impressive campaign in the Seagulls’ defence.
Lewis Dunk joins an elite list of top-flight scorers for Albion The 29-year-old’s header in their 2-1 win over Southampton put him ninth on the list of the Seagulls top-flight goalscorers, with ten to his name.