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:
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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