Brighton manager Graham Potter is hoping for water under the bridge when he again comes up against Pep Guardiola this weekend. Manchester City will return to Brighton on Saturday for the first time since they fell to a shock 3-2 defeat at the Amex towards the end of last season.
Graham Potter said: “It was the first goal. It was a poor reaction from me – an unintentional one, but still a poor one. Unfortunately I’m a human being that’s not perfect. I’ll shake his hand and hopefully, he’ll give me a cuddle, but sometimes these things happen in life.”
Defender Adam Webster, who scored the equaliser in the last encounter, could return for Brighton after missing the last five games due to a hamstring injury.
Graham Potter added: “Adam Webster has been training this week. So that’s good news. He’s had a good week’s training and there’s an outside chance he could be available for the squad. We’ve got good competition now we’ve got three matches in a week so there will be opportunities for guys to play.”
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