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Topics discussed included:

• Chris Hughton employing a diamond formation at home against lesser or similarly positioned teams from now on in.

• Alex Tettey and Bradley Johnson’s lack of creativity being the root cause of our goal famine.

• Chris Hughton’s respect for the opposition reflected in an attitude of even at home going for a draw rather than a win.

• Will Juventus’ clinical slaughter of Celtic have an impact on Gary Hooper’s summer asking price?

• The chances of playing two up front against Everton at home.

• The possibility of Kei Kamara starting against Everton.

• What will the team gain from their four-day training trip away in the sun?

• Why all the fuss about Kei Kamara?

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