Adam Lallana and Andrew Crofts are set to manage the affairs of Brighton & Hove Albion until the club finds a new manager.
Adam Lallana, a 34-year-old former Liverpool midfielder has made three appearances for the Seagulls this season. He is prepared to take the lead now that Graham Potter has joined Chelsea.
Lallana and Crofts are only anticipated to serve as head coaches for one game, as the club hopes to name a permanent replacement for Potter before their next match on October 1.
Bruno, a former Brighton player, and coach had been predicted to land the coaching job at Brighton temporarily. While that speculation is still waxing strong, Lallana and assistant U21 coach Shannon Ruth will support under-21 coach Crofts in his role as interim head coach.
Lallana is injured and not anticipated to return to the pitch until next month.
Tony Bloom, chairman of Brighton, said: “While our attention is now on appointing Graham’s successor as head coach our immediate focus, of course, is on Saturday’s game at Bournemouth (postponed) and supporting Andrew Crofts as interim head coach.”
After winning four of their first six league games so far this season, the Seagulls are fourth on the Premier League table.
The Cherries, who have won two of their six games, are also without a manager after letting Scott Parker go following just four matches.
Despite the Foxes’ disastrous start to the season, Brendan Rodgers, the manager of Leicester, is the favorite to take over at the Amex.
Adam David Lallana is an offensive midfielder for Premier League team Brighton & Hove Albion. He was born in England on May 10, 1988.
Before moving to Southampton in 2000, where he developed in their system and turned professional in 2006, Lallana began his youth career with AFC Bournemouth.
He briefly returned to Bournemouth on loan before joining Southampton’s main squad as they won two straight promotions from League One to the Premier League. In 2012, he was named captain.
After two seasons in the Premier League and a breakthrough on the international stage, he signed with Liverpool for an alleged £25 million in July 2014.
He participated in the 2019-20 Premier League championship, the 2018-19 UEFA Champions League Final, and was a member of the team that won the title the following year.
Lallana has made 34 appearances for England since his senior international debut in 2013, scoring three goals. He played for England in the 2014 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2016.
Adam Lallana’s Haircut
In order to freshen up his look, Adam Lallana has decided to take off his long hair as part of a brand-new haircut, and Liverpool supporters loved it when he did.
Before the Reds’ weekend matchup against West Ham in 2018, the midfielder unveiled his new appearance on Instagram.
After suffering an injury in the preseason before the 2018–19 season, Lallana attempted to make his way back into Liverpool’s starting lineup. He later joined Premier League team Brighton & Hove Albion on July 27, 2020, on a three-year, free transfer.
Adam Lallana’s Tattoo
To support their clubs, fans have always gone above and beyond, but one Liverpool supporter has gone further than most.
Few football-related tattoos are as spectacular as this one, despite the fact that they are now fairly prevalent.
One Liverpool fan in America took it to the extreme after making a tattoo covering his entire thigh with the face of Anfield star Adam Lallana.
And that’s not all—the England international was tattooed with the name “Adam Lallama” and was changed into a llama in an amusing joke.
Adam Lallana’s Wife
On December 24, 2013, Lallana and Emily Jubb got hitched. Seven years into their relationship, the pair was set to wed on June 14, 2014, which also happened to be the day of England’s World Cup opener against Italy.
In Dorset’s Poole Register Office, they were married. Together, they have two sons: Albie George was born on June 3, 2015, and Arthur Michael was born on September 26, 2012.
When Last Did Adam Lallana Score in The Premier League
The last time Adam Lallana scored a goal in the English Premier League was in the 2017/2018 season, and that was when he was with Liverpool. Since he joined Brighton & Hove Albion, he has not scored a goal for the club side so far.