23 March 2011


The Seagull Love Review can exclusively reveal that the coloured seats at The Amex will feature the face of Mike Score, lead singer of 1980s synth-pop band A Flock of Seagulls.

A TSLR source explained; "bumbling brand-monkeys KSS looked at the key themes behind the image of the club and were drawn to the seagull idea.

"They had seen the big faces on the stands at Deepdale and Fratton Park and decided that Falmer should not lose out"

The face, which will spread over the full 3 tiers of the West Stand, will feature the famous fringe of the scouse warbler, with a section of the famous do being integrated into the roof.

"We feel this is a progressive move for the club, fans and community" said a faceless KSS mignion.  "Brighton Seagulls FC will have world class design not only in the architecure of the stadium but also peering out ominously at scared youths in the Family stand".

APOLOGY: The Seagull Love Review has since been informed that the 'flock of seagulls' design in the stands at The Amex are infact of a traditional nature with white birds on  a blue background and will not in anyway replicate a huge portrait of an 80s popstar.  TSLR apologises for any confusion caused.

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