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PremierLeague-News.Com - Graham Potter was full of admiration for his opposite number ahead of the Brighton vs West Ham clash this weekend
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Ahead of West Ham's visit to Brighton and Hove Albion this weekend, Graham Potter has revealed his admiration for Hammers boss David Moyes. Speaking to the press, Potter was full of praise for the job Moyes has done at West Ham but it was a personal touch from the Scot that the Brighton boss highlighted as the mark of the man. Prior to Brighton's visit to the London Stadium in December, Potter's father had passed away and the Seagulls manager spoke of a personal moment he had with Moyes. "He came to see me when my father passed away just before we played them. He didn’t have to do that," said Potter. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now The moment clearly meant something to Potter as five months on he thought to mention it when asked about his opposite number this weekend. Potter was also asked about the job Moyes has done with West Ham since his return to the club in December 2019.
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Following Fulham's defeat to Burnley on Monday evening, Brighton's Premier League safety has been secured for a further season ahead of the visit of West Ham. The Seagulls go into the clash missing a number of regular first-team starters, Neal Maupay and Lewis Dunk are both suspended following red cards on the weekend, and Joel Veltman and Davy Propper miss the match through injury.
West Ham are still in with a chance of securing Champions League football next season and three points against Brighton are a must if they wish to keep the dream alive. Even if the Hammers take nine points from the remaining three games a Champions League spot could still be out of reach. And with Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton breathing down their necks a win will go a long way to ensuring West Ham bring some kind of continental football to the London Stadium next campaign.
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