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Poyet hails new regime

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New Brighton manager Gus Poyet believes he and assistant Mauricio Taricco will make the perfect coaching duo.

Poyet, who appointed the former Tottenham and Ipswich defender as his assistant on Tuesday, believes the partnership will prove very successful for the Seagulls.

"In football it's important that the person next to you sees football in the same way as you, but also to be a little bit different to you," he told the club's official website. "I like to talk, to meet people and to have good relationships with people but Mauricio is a bit quiet, which I like."

He added: "He's a good listener and he sees things in a way I really like, so he's going to help me a lot, making my decisions easier, so I trust him.

"I know that together we can become a very good team in managing for many years."

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