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Author: BillytheBee Grant

Chelsea Sold Out

All Brentford’s ticket allocation for the Chelsea game has now sold out. The final tickets were sold before Tuesday night’s Stevenage game to the first couple of hundred of queuing and phoning fans with their names on the Brentford database. Many Brentford fans, knowing that they wouldn’t get a ticket in the away end, have purchased tickets in the Chelsea home end as the club is struggling to sell home seats for this game and has taken the rare move of advertising it on local radio. Reports from home fans that the atmosphere in the Chelsea end is expected...

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Just 200 Chelsea tickets left

200 tickets remain for the Chelsea game as of end of play Saturday 9th Feb. These will go one sale to BIAS, Bees Utd etc fans … Any remaining tickets will go to fans on the database on Tuesday ; For more ticket info follow beesotted on twitter (@beesotted) or check The Official BrentfordFC...

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Cult Brentford: The Story of Chomp

BillytheBee delves back into the history of the little, cheap chocolate bar that caused the authorities so many problems at Brentford With so many folklore tales flying around as to the history of the infamous Brentford chomp, I thought it best the tale be told as it really happened. It was late 1990. Brentford were playing Orient at home. These were the days when the kids were more into the left field humour of people like Vic Reeeves and The Young Ones than Jim Davidson and Bernard Manning. Adam ‘Scarey’ Carey from the Official Unofficial/Beesotted crew, who was known...

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Stand and Deliver… Brentford 1 Tranmere 2

  BillytheBee reports on how Dick Turpin and his boys came down to Griffin Park this weekend and returned back to Merseyside with the booty Tranmere came to Griffin Park and plundered all three points in what can best be described as a very organised and accomplished smash n grab. Bees started brightly and a couple of chances by Trotta and Donaldson testing their keeper and showing early intent. Great work by Trotta, his stinging shot well saved by Fon Williams. From the resulting corner Harry Forrester shot over the bar. Donaldson also hit his shot straight at the...

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Snow wonder Kamara and Hurlock bit my head off

BillytheBee recalls the day he picked up a shovel to clear snow off the pitch … Terry Hurlock wasn’t happy It was 1981 – schooldays. Brentford had put out a call for fans to clear the Griffin Park pitch to try and get (I think it was) the Colchester FA cup game on. I remember myself and my best mate at the time Anthony ‘Plastic Tash’ Rolfe strolling down to the ground with our shovels. As opposed to the 2013 effort against Tranmere, there were literally a handful of fans who could be bothered to turn up (I think...

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