TAXI: Brighton players forced to take cab to game
Brighton & Hove Albion players were forced to take taxis to their match against QPR last night after their coach broke down
Brighton's Tomasz Kuszczak posted a picture of himself on Facebook, crammed into a taxi with team-mates, after the club coach broke down on the way to last night's match against QPR.
"On the way to yesterday's game, our coach broke down and we had to take a taxi to the stadium! That doesn't happen everyday, but it didn't affect our solid draw!" he wrote on his official Facebook page.
The Brighton & Hove Albion team were forced to flag down taxis after the club coach broke down on the way to Loftus Road last night.
Kuszczak, Ashley Barnes, Kazenga Lua-Lua, Adam El-Abd and Rohan Ince were all crammed into the back of a private-hire taxi - as they rushed to get to the West London club's ground in time for kick-off.
Brighton managed to grab a vital point at a tough QPR side, ending their run of four-straight wins and securing a second successive clean-sheet for the club.
One fan commented on the photo saying: "Wondered why the coach arrived empty of players when we arrived last night! Good performance, against a side that I thought would be better".
Whilst another congratulated the team's clean-sheet: "Good job yesterday Tom! No goals for QPR is a great result! Point well done :)."
Click here to listen to Kuszczak's post-match interview with Seagulls player.
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