Where are they now? Brighton and Hove Albion's promotion-winning squad 2016-17

Albion were promoted to the Premier League on April 17, 2017.

Thursday, 17th October 2019, 12:49 am

Much has changed at the Amex in a short space of time, Jacob Panons looks at where they all are now...

Sacked after two seasons in the Premier League after the Seagulls narrowly avoided the drop. Led the club to an FA Cup semi-final. Since his dismissal in May, he is still without a club.
Starting goalkeeper when Albion were promoted. Signed for Birmingham but after one season loaned to Southend, Wycombe and Coventry. Still on the books at Birmingham.
The Danish goalkeeper retired following the conclusion of the 2016-17 season, after seven years at the club. Ankergren is now an assistant first-team goalkeeper coach for Albion.
The Finnish keeper made just one league appearance for Brighton before moving to Bristol City at the start of the 2018-19. Made 26 league appearances for the Robins but has not played this season due to Daniel Bentley starting.
El Capitan retired at the end of last season with 225 league appearances for the Seagulls under his belt. Bruno is now a senior player development coach for the club and is often seen at games.
The full-back is entering his fifth season on the South Coast. The Cameroon international has played six-times this season but is yet to start in the league under Graham Potter
The defender is back at SC Paderborn, where Brighton signed him from in 2015. Hunemeier has played six-times this season in the Bundesliga but without a win and are bottom of the league.
The fan-favourite was given the captains armband this season. He has gone from strength to strength in the Premier League. One England cap to his name.
The Irishman is still in the picture at Brighton although his playing time has decreased slightly under Potter. Duffy played all but four games under Chris Hughton in the Premier League.
Rosenior finished his playing career at Brighton at the end of the clubs first season in the Premier League. The former full-back stayed as assistant under-23 coach while also working for Sky Sports. Now first-team coach at Derby.
He is now a starter for Chelsea and has been called up to the England team. The defender was on loan for the second half of the season when Brighton were promoted. Loan spells at Hull and Derby, where he was Player of the Year.
Stephens has become a permanent feature in the middle of the pitch since promotion, with the midfielder playing in all but 10 Premier League games since the start of the 2017-18 season.
Israeli midfielder is a Brighton player but the former Celtic man is on loan at Championship side Charlton Athletic. Kayal has played just 12 minutes this season due to injury.
Following promotion, the midfielder played just three-times for Brighton - all in the FA Cup. The Czech has since moved to Millwall and has played just twice this season due to injury.
Midfielder played a pivotal part in Brightons promotion. Missed the following season due to an injury before retiring. He is an under-16 coach and club ambassador for Albion.
Following promotion with the Seagulls the midfielder was loaned to Fulham where he got promoted. The following season he was loaned to Sheffield United where he got promoted again. Signed permanently with the Blades.
Played 20 games en route to promotion. On his return to parent club West Brom he was released and signed with former employers Standard Lige, where he plays to this day.
Did not feature the year Brighton were promoted and was on loan at Bury during the first season in the Premier. Ince joined Cheltenham Town where he received a red on debut and has not featured since.
The Irishmans only league appearance for Brighton came in the 2016-17 season and following promotion, signed a contract until 2019. Two loan spells at Rotherham. Now at Salford City in League Two.
The former Arsenal man was on loan at Brighton during the 2016-17 season. He is now playing in Greece with PAOK, where he has recorded eight goals in 33 games.
Norwegian international signed for Brighton and never featured, before released at the end of the season. He rejoined Molde in Noway where he still plays.
Goldson is playing north of the border for Rangers. The centre-back played just three-times for Brighton in the Premier League before becoming an instrumental part of Steven Gerrards side.
The academy product has been a key figure for Brighton in the Premier League since promotion. March has also played left wing back for Graham Potter this season.
At Charlton and has played four times this season, without a goal. The Israeli made 16 appearances in the Premier League for Albion, scoring twice before a loan to QPR last season.
The striker played just twice in the PL for Brighton. Now at Reading and netted five goals in his first season. Baldock has only featured twice this season, both in the League Cup.
Championship Player of the Season when the Seagulls were promoted. Now impressing back in the Champo on loan with Fulham. Frenchman played 63-times in the PL for Albion, scoring five goals.
The winger played four games in the top division before being loaned to Rangers, where he signed permanently in January 2018. Missed most of last season through injury but getting game time this season.
Since promotion he rejoined the club and has been crucial for Albion in the PL. Murray scored 25 goals in first two seasons in the top flight. Murray currently has 109 goals for Brighton.