With one league game and one cup game under their belt, Brentford fans have more idea of what to expect this season. Or do they?
The Beesotted crew met in The Olde Packhorse Pub in Chiswick High Road, to discuss the trips to Bramall Lane and Kingsmeadow, more transfer rumours, the latest on Lionel Road new stadium development and the elephant in the room – Nottingham Forest coming to Griffin Park this weekend and the return of Mark Warburton.
In the pub this week:
plus Banana from The Griffin Park Grapevine
- 0m – Intro
- 9m 23 sec – Fans in the pubs after Sheffield Utd and AFC Wimbledon games
- 15m 53 sec – Beesotted crew chat Sheffield United and Wimbledon matches
- 34m 32 sec – Transfer rumours. Harlee Dean. Where to this week? Jota – What’s going down with the West Ham bid. Manny Onarasie – is a move to Yorkshire on the cards? Andre Gray – the gift that keeps giving as Bees due another windfall after his transfer to Watford. Scott Hogan. Is his time up at Villa after alleged interest in Jordan Rhodes?
- 58m 53 sec – With an announcement on Lionel Road imminent, Beesotted set the scene and discuss a forthcoming fans’ forum
- 1hr 04 min 22 sec – Nottingham Forest are the next visitors to Griffin Park at the weekend. But this isn’t any olde midlands opposition. It’s the first meeting with Brentford old boss Mark Warburton. Beesotted out the elephant in the room. What will be the reception for Warburton on Saturday?
- 1hr 26 min 21 sec – END
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