Norwich City host Brentford in the last game before Christmas and the Beesotted Crew met in The George IV Pub in Chiswick High Road to get some Christmas Cheer as they discussed Barnsley’s takeover by the investors who were looking at Brentford a few months ago.
Cooking as we discussed Billy’s rather left-field experience presenting a cooking programme for Lasse Vibe and Andreas Bjelland and we discussed what other left-field Brentford-linked programmes could he present.
They looked back at the Beesotted Xmas Bees-Up at the weekend – listening to clips from Big Bob Taylor and Kev O’Connor.
They asked which Brentford book you would NOT want for Christmas.
Plus they spoke to Clare from Norwich blog The Little Yellow Bird Project about Norwich City’s woes this season and whether Daniel Farke would be able to pull the team together and threaten the playoff spots at the end of the season.
In the pub:
0 m – Intro 13 m 02 sec – Fans in the pub after the Barnsley match
17 m 35 sec – Beesotted crew talk Barnsley match and their takeover by the Chinese Consortium that was sniffing around Brentford six months ago
49 m 20 sec – Bob Taylor talks about Dave ‘Patchy’ Web at the Beesotted Xmas Bees-up
53 m 39 sec – Beesotted crew discuss Billy’s recent cooking show appearance with Lasse Vibe and Andreas Bjelland and ask what other left-field Brentford-linked shows should he present
1hr 0 m 28 sec – Kev O’Connor talks us through his penalty against Swindon at the Beesotted Xmas Bees-Up
1 hr 02 m 48 sec – Beesotted crew discuss which Brentford-themed books they would NOT want to get for Christmas
1 hr 07 min 15 sec – Interview with Clare from Norwich Blog ‘The Yellow Bird Project’ 1 hr 17 min 52 sec – Beesotted crew discuss Norwich match
1 hr 29 m 28 sec – END #ncfc
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