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PODCAST: International Week Rescue. Recovery Time For Bees

PODCAST: International Week Rescue. Recovery Time For Bees

It’s international week. Time to recouperate after a mad Saturday in Boro. The Beesotted crew met in The George IV pub in Chiswick High Road to shoot the breeze talking more missed opportunities. Discussing Phil Giles’ bold statement that Brentford were a better team this season than last. Who will fill Rico Henry’s boots now that he’s on the long term injury list.

Plus we talk about the forthcoming match day social featuring Bobby Booker on the morning of the Millwall Match (click here) – Sat 14th October. For tickets and a free point of London Pride Unfiltered click this link  

In the pub:

Billy Grant
Dave Lane
Matt Allard

 

0m – Intro and discussion. Who is Dog Sh!t Dave?   The fine line between constructive comments and abusive comments
18m 20 sec – Boro and Bees fans discuss the game in the pub post match
22m 21 sec – Beesotted crew discuss Boro match
51m 01 sec – Beesotted’s Phil Giles interview at the Boro match
57m 40 sec – Beesotted crew discuss Phil Giles’ statement “Brentford are a better team this season than they were last season”
1h 10m 0 sec – Beesotted crew discuss bits and pieces including the forthcoming social in the pub with Bob Booker (Saturday 14th Oct before Millwall game – midday) before signing off
1h 21m 51 sec – END

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BillytheBee Grant

Following Brentford for 30 years plus now .. write .. blog .. videoblog .. podcast ... photograph ...eat .. sleep .. Brentford .. am known to attend the occasional England match too (12 tournaments now) so am hardened to failure ... On the board and national council of the Football Supporters Federation. ... organised husky dog racing for a living back in the day ... as you do .. You don't wanna go up!!

4 Comments

  1. BORU

    Please don’t excuse your “own goals”, regarding drink fuelled inappropriate language, on your podcast, by making asides on my character; my character should not be speculated on, because I venture a contrary opinion to yourselves and neither should you be so hypocritical, as to bleed off the flak regarding your foul and unsporting language, regarding an opposing team, by fake “getting on your high horse “, about my reaction to same.
    I don’t want to come to a pub to get drunk and talk repetitive propaganda, about how great BFC is, how great Benham is , and how I should “get over”, to kid myself, about Brentford’s non existent premiership future, Furthermore, you almost always cut-in , or disparage with mockery (as you do on your spiel here), when the “liberal” is trying to make (an often, very good) point about a game, or where the club is going.
    Yes, I am bitter about the despicable treatment of Warburton and players like Douglas, by Benham. You may reflect, by some miracle, on my words, in times to come. We could have had one season of glory, in the top league, but Benham MID-season, totally undermines the manager and by default, the team, when they were in a great position to press forthe top , by doing a Trotsky job on Warburton, which demoralised all of the front line of FC, put an end to that wonderful prospect and set the scene for the avalanche of players who have moved on from such a rotten setup.

    Reply
    • Bongo Jerry

      Where’s your Warburton now Boru? Sacked twice since he left Brentford. He and his team’s transfer dealings have been questioned by both his new bosses after he left Brentford. Many people believe he inherited a great team from Rosler who were playing the right way and he did a great job of guiding them to promotion. But he had a great infrastructure around him.

      Brentford have gone on to find excellent players after he has left. Most of which have increased in value. Meanwhile both of Warburton’s bosses have seriously queried many of his signings (Frank McParland was fired on the quiet a week before Warburton’s sacking).

      No distrepect to Warburton. He brought Brentford fans wonderful times. But your infatuation for him and hatred for the new regime is somewhat scary and warped. And is now looking also be massively misguided.

      Reply
  2. Boru

    You are just a bunch of cowards. If I am a keyboard warrior, as you allege, then arrange a meet up and we will see who is the bag of wind; you lot are!
    It is weaklings like you, who blow your little trumpets about “your charity”and your own feeble self – serving ego trip 1/2 marathons, that make modern life a degenerate facsimile of the brave, real men that lived fifty years ago and before , who died , fighting against the fascists, for you weakling losers.

    Reply
    • hobo

      The Globe before and after home games, most away games,Ealing road/ Braemar during games,true Bees fans know who they are and what they look like,Brian I don’t think they are the ones doing the hiding behind there keyboards spouting bile and insults towards fellow Bees fans who have the temerity to disagree or say something YOU don’t like

      So make yourself known man and “IF” you do i want to be there and put in my two penneth.

      Reply

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