Graham Potter was appointed as Brighton manager on Monday

Graham Potter's in-tray: The 9 issues new Brighton boss MUST tackle in first week

Graham Potter will soon begin his work as Brighton and Hove Albion manager - but what key issues MUST he tackle?

From moving to the south coast, decisions on players and transfers, we take a look at NINE issues Potter will look to solve:

With a young family to consider, Potters first task will be to go house hunting in order to settle on the south coast ASAP. Hell be hoping this a somewhat a permanent home having only moved from Sweden back to the UK last year.

1. Moving from Wales to Brighton

With a young family to consider, Potters first task will be to go house hunting in order to settle on the south coast ASAP. Hell be hoping this a somewhat a permanent home having only moved from Sweden back to the UK last year.
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Potter confirmed Billy Reid will be his assistant while Bjorn Hamberg and Kyle Macauley will also help form the backroom staff. Given he is dealing with a larger scale that is the Premier League, Potter may still expand his team.

2. His backroom staff

Potter confirmed Billy Reid will be his assistant while Bjorn Hamberg and Kyle Macauley will also help form the backroom staff. Given he is dealing with a larger scale that is the Premier League, Potter may still expand his team.
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The 44-year-old carries an attacking style whereas his predecessor Chris Hughton opted for a more defensively organised stance. Brightons players spent five years under Hughton, so it may not necessarily be a quick fix.

3. Implementing a new style of play

The 44-year-old carries an attacking style whereas his predecessor Chris Hughton opted for a more defensively organised stance. Brightons players spent five years under Hughton, so it may not necessarily be a quick fix.
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Brunos exit means Brighton are officially without a club captain. Lewis Dunk has often taken the reigns when the Spaniard didnt feature - but will that remain the same under Potter?

4. Selecting a new club captain

Brunos exit means Brighton are officially without a club captain. Lewis Dunk has often taken the reigns when the Spaniard didnt feature - but will that remain the same under Potter?
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