Rafa Benitez will set off for Brighton insisting a revenge mission will the the last thing on opposite number Chris Hughton's mind. The two clubs went head-to-head in the race for the Championship title last season, with the Magpies pipping the Seagulls on a dramatic final day after a remarkable late run. But Benitez, who guided his men to a double over the runners-up on their way to promotion, insists history will count for nothing when the pair meet in the Premier League on Sunday.
Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez has laughed off the prospect of a top-four Premier League finish despite his side's encouraging start to the season. The promoted Magpies head into the weekend sitting in fourth place after three successive league victories and targeting another at Brighton on Sunday. However, while fans may be dreaming of the days when the club regularly rubbed shoulders with Europe's elite, Benitez is refusing to entertain the idea.
Caretaker Birmingham boss Lee Carsley has wasted no time in bolstering his coaching staff in the wake of Harry Redknapp's departure. Carsley took training for the first time on Monday morning after briefly speaking to the players, and was assisted by club captain Paul Robinson and former Coventry and Derby team-mate Paul Williams. Defender Williams has been drafted in with Redknapp's assistant Kevin Bond having followed him out of the door at St Andrew's on Saturday evening.
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