Premier League football would be 'massive reward' for Brighton, says chief executive

Brighton chief executive Paul Barber tells BBC Sussex that promotion to the Premier League would be a "massive reward" for those who kept the club alive during difficult times.

Since they were last in the top flight, in 1983, Albion lost their previous stadium, almost went out of the league, ground shared at Gillingham and temporarily played at the Withdean Stadium, before moving to the Amex Stadium.

Third-placed Brighton will go up if they beat second-placed Middlesbrough in Saturday's final Championship game.

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