Click Below For Tickets To See Bobby Booker
Join us for Beesotted’s first matchday social – where we will be joined in The Globe pub by Brentford legend Bob Booker prior to the Millwall match on Saturday 14th October.
Tickets are free and all guests will be treated to a pint of London Pride Unfiltered courtesy of Beesotted and Fullers’. Tickets released will be subect to capacity limitations.
Bob played for Brentford in three decades – the 70s, 80s and the 90s – receiving cult hero status on the Griffin Park teraces for his no-frills get stuck right in attitude on the pitch.
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After leaving The Bees, Bob joined Sheffield United – where once again he received cult hero staus – playing for them in the top flight of football. He rejoined Brentford back in the 90s before injury took his toll. He joined the coaching team at Brentford before moving on to Brighton where he made hsi mark as reseve team coach.
Having been in the game for five decades, needless to say Bob has plenty of tales to tell. And he has promised to reveal all in the first ever Beesotted Unfiltered live session.
The event starts at midday with a meet and greet with Bob who will also be signing copies of his new book
“Ooh-aah: The Bob Booker Story”
The conversation and Q&A will commence at 12.30pm
TICKETS ARE FREE. Please bring your tickets (either printed or on your phone) on the day as all guests will receive a free voucher for a pint of London Pride Unfiltered – courtesy of Beesotted and Fullers’ – once they have checked in at the venue (up to 12.45pm).
Looking forward to seeing you on the day.
Click Below For Tickets To See Bobby Booker
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