THE Seagulls extend a warm welcome to the Class of 92’s Salford City on Tuesday night, and will try and become the first side this season to take a point off the Moor Lane team on their travels.
Salford, extraordinarily, have won all seven of their away league fixtures this season and are unbeaten in their last 19 away games.
The club and the Class of 92 (Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes Nicky Butt and the Neville brothers) who own Salford City FC, are currently the subject of a three-part BBC documentary, being shown on Thursday, and Caernarfon based Cwmni Da television company will also be doing some filming at Tuesday’s game as part of an historical documentary that they are doing on football in Wales.
Salford have also just signed former Colwyn Bay striker Chris Sharp, who could be involved for the first time.
Colwyn Bay will be without suspended Zac Corbett and caretaker managers Rob Hopley, Mike Lea and Dan Nolan, are contemplating one or two changes ahead of a new manager possibly being appointed before the weekend.
Hopley commented: “We got a good 2-2 draw at Salford in August after being 2-0 down at half-time, so we have an idea of how to play against them and hopefully get a good result.”