19 July 2013


Brighton chief executive Paul Barber has spoken out in defence of the club’s decision to charge some supporters an extra £75 for special matchday bus services.

It emerged earlier this week that Brighton and Hove Albion had severed links with Brighton and Hove Buses and instead opted for a new deal with Seagulls Travel.

The club also announced it was withdrawing the free shuttle buses running from points across the city and replacing them with a paid for service run by their new travel partner...

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