By Tim Hodges from the Amex Press Briefing
Mauricio Taricco was confident that the virus that has affected the Albion squad in recent days had been eradicated.
The assistant manager said that a few players had a few aches and strains but previous long-term injury victim, Gary Dicker, was now available for selection.
Tano made it clear that the Albion would take the remaining fixtures “one game at a time” but suggested that the players now had seven cup finals ahead of them.
He revealed to Brighton and Hove News that, although Albion’s lofty position didn’t surprise him, he didn’t think that the Seagulls should be as high as fourth in the Championship. He thought that the players had been magnificent so far this season.
He didn’t think that this weekend was necessarily a good time to play Middlesbrough although he acknowledged that they had been on a patchy run of form of late.
He thought that their approach to the game would be different to the way that they had played in recent weeks.
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