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Problem solved. He famously brought Brian Clough to the club in and later appointed former England player Alan Mullery as manager. Brighton's life as a Football League club had brought little in the way of success and headlines until , when, under Mullery's management, they were promoted to the First Division as Second Division runners-up.
Manager Mike Bailey eventually lost his job at the start of December Jimmy Melia took over as manager, but was unable to turn the situation around and Brighton, after four seasons in the top flight, were relegated in , finishing in last place.
Despite their relegation, that season Brighton reached their first and only to date FA Cup final and drew 2—2 with Manchester United in the first match.
Brighton's goals were scored by Gordon Smith and Gary Stevens. The final featured an infamous "miss" by Gordon Smith with virtually the last kick of the game in extra time, prompting the BBC commentator Peter Jones to utter the well-known phrase " However, Smith's kick was saved by the Manchester United goalkeeper, Gary Bailey.
In the replay, Manchester United won 4—0. After four seasons, relegation to Division Three came in , but the Albion bounced back the next season.
In they lost the play-off final at Wembley to Notts County 3—1, only to be relegated the next season to the newly named Division Two.
In further relegation came to Division Three. The club's financial situation was becoming increasingly precarious, and the club's directors decided that the Goldstone Ground would have to be sold to pay off some of the club's huge debts.
Manager Jimmy Case was sacked after a very poor start to the —97 season saw Brighton stuck at the bottom of the league by a considerable margin.
The club's directors appointed a relative unknown in Steve Gritt , the former joint manager of Charlton Athletic. Brighton's league form steadily improved under Gritt, although their improving chances of survival were put under further threat by a two-point deduction imposed as punishment for a pitch invasion by fans who were protesting against the sale of the Goldstone ground.
A lifelong fan named Dick Knight took control of the club in having led the fan pressure to oust the previous board following their sale of the club's Goldstone Ground to property developers.
By the last day of the season, after being 13 points adrift at one stage, they were off the bottom of the table and had to play the team directly below them, Hereford United — the game was in their hands.
If Brighton won or drew, they would be safe. Brighton defender Kerry Mayo scored an own goal in the first half and it looked as though their year league career was over.
But a late goal from Robbie Reinelt ensured that Brighton retained their league status on goals scored despite Hereford having a better goal difference as, in the Football League at the time, goals scored took precedence , and Hereford's year league run was instead over.
The sale of the Goldstone Ground went through in , leading to Brighton having to play some 70 miles away at Gillingham's Priestfield stadium for two seasons.
Micky Adams was appointed Brighton's manager in For the start of the — season the Seagulls secured a lease to play home games at Withdean Stadium , a converted athletics track in Brighton owned by the local council.
They were crowned champions of Division Three and promoted to Division Two. Adams left in October to work as Dave Bassett 's assistant at Leicester , being replaced by former Leicester manager Peter Taylor.
The transition proved to be a plus point for Brighton, who maintained their good form and ended the season as Division Two champions — winning a second successive promotion.
Just five years after almost succumbing to the double threat of losing their Football League status and going out of business completely, Brighton were one division away from the Premier League.
Brighton's final season at Withdean was —11, in which they won League One under the management of Gus Poyet. The following season, Brighton changed their crest to a design similar to the crest used from the s to the s.
This was to reflect on the club returning home after not having a stadium since The Falmer Stadium hosted its first league match on the opening day of the —12 season against Doncaster Rovers , who were the last opposition to play at the Goldstone in The game finished 2—1 to Albion.
The —13 season saw Brighton finish 4th and lose in the play-off semi-finals to Crystal Palace. On the final day of the —14 season, Brighton beat Nottingham Forest 2—1 with a last minute winner from Leonardo Ulloa to secure a 6th-place finish.
Ex-Liverpool defender Sami Hyypiä was appointed manager for the —15 season but resigned after just four months due to a poor run of results.
He was replaced by former Norwich manager Chris Hughton. In the following campaign Brighton went on a game unbeaten run from the opening day to 19 December when they lost 3—0 at home to Middlesbrough.
On the final day of the season Brighton travelled to Middlesbrough and needed to win to secure promotion to the Premier League , but a 1—1 draw meant 3rd and a play-off place, where defeat to Sheffield Wednesday was Brighton's third playoff semi-final defeat in four seasons.
Brighton started —17 with an match unbeaten run, taking them to the top of the league for much of December and January.
They remained in the automatic promotion positions for most of the rest of the season, and clinched promotion to the Premier League after a 2—1 win against Wigan Athletic at home on 17 April Brighton's first season back in the Premier League was largely successful, with the club rising into the top half several times in the season.
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