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    Maybe, but maybe he backs himself to be given a chance somewhere along the line; I really don't think he's too far away. He's good enough, and is obviously well thought of by the Brighton coaching staff, as has been borne out with his new contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trequartista20 View Post
    Maybe, but maybe he backs himself to be given a chance somewhere along the line; I really don't think he's too far away. He's good enough, and is obviously well thought of by the Brighton coaching staff, as has been borne out with his new contract.
    Lallana and Gross were picked ahead of him on the bench today which isn't that surprising- good players. As you say, he's not far away. There are four ahead of him in the queue. I think the big issue is that last season Brighton played 3-5-2. They've gone 3-4-3 this season. They're playing 2 centre midfielders instead of 3. Instead of it being 5 into 3, it's 5 into 2.

    It is very tight for him but they brought both Gross and Lallana on today. An injury and/or a suspension bumps him up the queue.

    I think Alzate is the outstanding player from the 5. I really like the look of him. After that, Lallana has experience and quality and is a different player. If he's going to make it I think Bissouma and Gross are hurdles that he would need to jump.

    He has every chance. I'm just not sure whether he needs the laoj or not. He's on the verge I think.

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    I think that's a pretty good assessment of the situation.

    And don't forget, Potter played Molumby as a right-back against Portsmouth, so Potter probably considers him as an option at fullback/wingback, too.

    That said, it still wouldn't surprise me if he ended up going on loan again either. I think Molumby's already said he'd seek a loan move if he wasn't definitely in Potter's plans for this season.

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    I can definitely see an argument for him to stick it out for now at Brighton.

    Firstly, there is an English domestic transfer window that runs for another two weeks after the international window closes - so they don't need to make a call on it just yet, they can decide in mid October whether he stays or goes on loan.

    But even then, because of the unusual season schedule this year, it's not really that long until the January window either. Molumby has just come off a full season of first team football at Millwall so he's in a different position to a lot of our other younger players who desperately need game time. He probably doesn't have too much to lose but potentially a lot to gain by trying for a first team place at Brighton for the rest of 2020. If it works out for him he can become an established premier league player, if it doesn't he will still have his pick of Championship clubs in January.
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    I think he’s good enough to get into the Brighton team, I just haven’t really seen any signs that it’s going to happen...

    I’d definitely wait till the tail end of the loan window (I expect that’s exactly what brighton are doing) to see if an injury changes the outlook.

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    Starts for Brighton u23 this afternoon, so obviously not involved this evening with first team.

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    Made his senior debut for Brighton today, came on at the end against Aston Villa. Hopefully he can make his way into the first team, he looks like a very decent prospect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colbert Report View Post
    Made is senior debut for Brighton today, came on at the end against Aston Villa. Hopefully he can make his way into the first team, he looks like a very decent prospect.
    His league debut? Hes played a few cup matches, against United in the league cup a few weeks back.

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    Yeah, his league debut, sorry. The commentator mentioned that it was his senior debut, I don't think people think much of the League Cup nowadays!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colbert Report View Post
    Yeah, his league debut, sorry. The commentator mentioned that it was his senior debut, I don't think people think much of the League Cup nowadays!
    I actually prefer the League Cup to the FA cup. Games are usually midweek under floodlights with good atmospheres.

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