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'We could be fifth or sixth without injuries'

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On the latest episode of BBC Radio Sussex's Albion Unlimited podcast, Brighton & Hove Albion fan and former Olympic runner Tim Hutchings shared his love for the club.

"I am fiercely a supporter and I just love going to the home games, when I can make it. I have got stronger and stronger and stronger in my love for Albion and now I follow every game so closely and go to the games when I can. It's been a wonderful journey.

"I have loved watching them through different managers whether it was Chris Hughton or anybody else since then and now Roberto de Zerbi., I have many good friends in Italy and they support Albion now because they can see how avid a supporter I am.

"I love people who wear their heart on their sleeve like he does. I am scared he is going to get whisked away by a - as some consider - bigger club.

"He has a vision of perfection. When it goes a little bit off by three, four, five per cent off, he is screaming, yelling, stamping his feet and punching the air. I love that.

"He knows he has got a talented team - and we have got an amazing squad. If Roberto could get the team out that he wants, uninjured, then I think we could be fifth or sixth."

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