Boss Chris Hughton has praised his makeshift Albion side after they were knocked out of the Carabao Cup in extra-time. Sub Josh King sent Bournemouth through to tomorrow night's last 16 draw with the only goal in the first period of extra-time at the Vitality Stadium. Hughton made ten changes and changed the system after Friday's 2-1 Premier League defeat against the same opponents.
The intense disappointment for Albion in missing out on a striker at the end of the transfer window overshadowed a deeply frustrating turn of events for Connor Goldson. The central defender should have been helping out Ipswich in the Championship, rather than sitting on the bench or in the stands for the Seagulls in the Premier League. Both Albion and Goldson were keen for him to get regular games following his recovery from a heart condition.
RECORD signing Jose Izquierdo is set to wing it for Albion on his full debut. Boss Chris Hughton has earmarked the £13.5 million Colombian for his main position on the left flank in tonight’s Carabao Cup third round tie at Bournemouth. Izquierdo can operate in other positions across the front line, but Jamie Murphy is more likely to move into a central area, with Hughton concerned about protecting his strike options for Sunday’s Premier League visit of Newcastle.
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