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Brentford To Support Local Food Bank Schemes

Brentford Football Club have a very good record in community engagement – the work of the Football in the Community Trust has won national recognition and awards and the club has a tradition in supporting both local and national charities in promoting the work they do...

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Brentford Red Is Rams Game Changer

Brentford forward Sergi Canos’s controvertial red card was a turning point in the Championship clash with Derby County at Pride Park – before the sending off The Bees had been playing brightly and looked in confident moody. However, the straight red on 25 minutes...

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Agricultural Derby And Hull City’s Offside Saga

Derby County’s ‘agricultural’ playing style at Griffin Park earlier this season really frustrated Brentford fans who were stunned that one of the division's biggest spenders and most illustrious clubs had resorted to such extreme negativity in the 1-1 draw. Whether it...

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Brentford Reject £8m Bournemouth Bid For Chris Mepham

So, transfer deadline day has come and gone, and although there is one rather large question mark hanging over Lasse Vibe’s future at Brentford and final confirmation on whether he’ll be joining the Chinese club or not, most Brentford supporters will be breathing a...

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Play Or Stay Drama At Griffin Park

With the transfer deadline looming and one or two Brentford players having to make decisions about their futures at Griffin Park, we thought it would be interesting to delve into the brand new Big Book of Griffin Park again and contrast how transfer negotiations have...

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Brentford Sign Nigerian Winger Chiedozie Ogbene

Brentford have completed the signing of Chiedozie Ogbene from Limerick. The highly-rated Nigerian-born winger has also been on the radar of a number of teams - including play-off rivals Aston Villa. He trialled for several clubs in the summer including Chelsea and...

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Lasse Vibe In Chinese Whispers – Transfer News

Lasse Vibe and China seem to be intrinsically linked throughout history. The couple seem to have been attracted to one another for years but have never quite made the date. Exactly three years ago the Danish striker rejected a move to China claiming that he “didn’t’...

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Brentford Defeat Three World Cup Winners At Griffin Park

Griffin Park has witnessed many things in its long and eventful history, and although time is running out for the old girl with the new stadium about to be built, we all hope there’s some significant history yet to be made at our proud old home. However, I can’t see...

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The Most Significant Event In Brentford History?

The most significant event to happen at Griffin Park after joining the Football League in 1920 was, without doubt, the appointment of Harry Curtis as the club’s manager – some may even go as far as to say it was the most significant moment in the club’s entire...

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Brentford’s 40% Chance Of Play-Off Finish This Season

Brentford’s run of five wins from the last six Championship matches has been like a shot in the arm for most fans – all that pre-season optimism seems to be fully justified – and even though the team have performed at a consistently high level even when the results...

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A City Of Yellows Are Coming To Brentford

Looking ahead to this weekend’s Championship clash with Norwich City, the folks at City Of Yellows blog, look ahead to what will undoubtedly be another keenly contested clash. The two sides have already played each other twice this season, with contrasting results, so...

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Arsenal’s Bruising Blow At Griffin Park

Hopefully many of you woke up on Christmas Day morning to find that Santa had delivered the Big Book of Griffin Park to you for being good boys and girls throughout the year – and that you’ve been enjoying turning the pages to re-live the life of our proud old...

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The Griffin Park Invincibles

Brentford's impressive home record to date this year, despite several 'wish-we-could-have-avoided' draws against 'teams-like' opposition, is something we all hope continues for the rest of the season, however, the 2017/18 run hasn't got a patch on events from 88 years...

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Brentford’s Young Squad Have Finally Come Of Age

Beesotted contributor Jim Levack reflects on Brentford's battling victory over Reading at The Madjeski Stadium and feels that the team have finally come of age .  It was good but not a vintage Brentford performance by any means, but there won’t have been many among...

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Brentford Fan Exodus For Reading Away Clash

Brentford fans have done themselves proud ahead of the trip to Reading this weekend – the Bees will walk out to take on the Royals with a packed away end of 3,000 supporters ready to roar the team on. Three thousand is a tremendous effort, and although Reading is a...

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Neal Maupay Back On Track At Brentford?

Like many Bees, I’ve been studying the Championship League table at length over the past 72-hours, and it certainly makes for exciting viewing when you compare it to the fixture list in coming weeks – and unless the squad gets ravaged this transfer window – there’s...

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Here’s To 2018… Here’s to Brentford Football Club!

We wish all Brentford fans, players and staff a happy, healthy and successful 2018! Following a fantastic run of results at the tail end of 2017, and some superb, flowing football having been on show since the very start of the 2017/18 season, the New Year looks set...

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