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1942 Leagues Under The Sea – John Chandler RIP

 I was in the Navy during the War serving on H.M.S. Cairo (pictured above) when in 1942, Brentford played Portsmouth at Wembley, in the war-time F.A. Cup Final. I couldn’t attend as I was stationed in the Mediterranean around Gibraltar but my father went to the game...

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GRIFFIN PARK SKYLINE CANVAS

Our exclusive series of large canvas prints now features this stunning photograph of Griffin Park in all its glory and are the perfect gift for any Brentford Football Club fan, or a present to yourself, to mark the final season at our proud old stadium.The iconic...

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Brentford High School End Of Season Reports 2018/19

As another rollercoaster season at Brentford High School draws to an end, Beesotted’s Condormanruns the rule over the 2018/19 Governors report:Report Summary:So it’s been another year of highs and lows here in TW8 with a lot of disruption across the season,most...

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Farewell To Neal Maupay?

It was a jam-packed radio show this week, with loads to talk about the end of season celebrations at Griffin Park and the end of season awards held on Sunday evening. Beesotted catches up with Brentford Chairman Cliff Crown who looks back at the season, and this...

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Lancashire Limbo As Bolton Fixture Farce Drags On

The farcical situation that Brentford Football Club finds itself in - following Bolton Wanderers’ players decision to go on strike last weekend - will drag on after the Bees’ expected season-end on Sunday afternoon. Despite statements from Bolton’s owner, and...

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Every One Of Us Knows – Griffin Park Is Part Of Us

Following my article entitled TIME NEXT YEAR… GRIFFIN PARK WILL BE CLOSING  we received a great reply from down under, explaining why this exiled Bee, and supporter of more than 65 years, feels a move away from Griffin Park should be embraced.How can you not be...

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This Time Next Year… Griffin Park Will Be Closing

As all Brentford fans will be aware, and the wider football world will awaken to as the months tick past, this time next year our club, and especially our supporters, will all be bracing ourselves for a real shock to the system.I really don’t think it is an...

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Said Benrahma Transfer Conspracy Or Simply Injured?

The news that Said Benrahma will be missing for the rest of the campaign is a big disappointment to all Bees fans. The young Algerian has enjoyed a hugely succesful first season in English football, and hopefully, will still be at the club next season as the Bees aim...

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Ipswich Town preview and pub guide: Judge-ment Day

With Brentford set for a mid-table finish and Ipswich all but relegated from the Championship, the focus for Wednesday's match among Bees fans at least is on one thing - the Griffin Park return of Alan Judge.Judgey will always go down in Brentford folklore as the man...

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Beesotted LoveSport post QPR Radio Show

Brentford had just seen off QPR at Griffin Park.https://audioboom.com/posts/7192428-beesotted-lovesport-post-qpr-radio-show The Beesotted crew of Billy TheBee Grant, Katie The Bee Graham and Dave Laney Lane joined Johnny in the LoveSport studio to talk QPR match....

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The Tigers Are Coming! Pre-Hull City Podcast

Brentford need to bounce back from the FA Cup defeat at Swansea and see what can still be achieved this season… We may not be going up, we are surely not going down, but another top ten finish must be within our reach after some positive performances of late.Dave...

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Brentford 1 Aston Villa 0. Key Players, Game Changers

 The Big Match - It was another special night under the lights at Griffin Park, as Brentford left it late to score an injury time winner and deservedly sink Aston Villa 1-nil.  For those that have been living under a rock for the last year, Aston Villa arrived at TW8,...

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Aston Villa preview and pub guide: Deano’s back

Aston Villa have had an up-and-down season and were six points off the play-off places after the weekend's matches.As we all know, Dean Smith left Brentford in October to replace Steve Bruce as manager of his boyhood club.And while he has improved their form, they...

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