Roberto De Zerbi, Brighton boss, commits to preserving his passion in spite of red card.

Roberto De Zerbi, the passionate Brighton manager, has admitted that he may be facing a “problem” in the Premier League after getting his third touchline ban from the Football Association. On review, he may have been involved in a 58th-minute incident between the two benches during Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Tottenham. Roberto has a disciplinary record of four yellow cards and now two sending-offs in this campaign, which may not bode well for him. However, Roberto insisted that his passion was part of his characteristic and character, and he may find it hard to lose that. Roberto believes Premier League is a top league in Europe and an honour to work in, but he wants to keep his character and stay himself.

Brighton has won 4-0 and 5-0 respectively against West Ham and Grimsby when Roberto was absent. Even if he is absent from Saturday’s trip to Chelsea or worse, the FA Cup semi-final against Manchester United, Roberto is confident that his staff will cope fine. Roberto was disappointed and sad for the decision of red card, but he has to accept it. While some of the decisions at the narrow defeat at Spurs may have been debatable, Roberto is proud of the team’s overall performance.

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