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It’s FA Cup 4th round weekend and we have a BUMPER FA Cup special podcast as Brentford go to Stamford Bridge with the hope of miraculously kicking Chelsea out the cup tis season. So the Beesotted crew scrubbed themselves up and made their way down to The Banker in Cousins Lane – just under Cannon Street Station – to impress their Chelsea guests who apparently wear purple ties and diamond rings in their eyes to football matches.

This episode we welcome the Garry Hayes from the Chelsea Podcast as we chat transfer window – and how the current one month window does no one any favours except agents and Sky; We discuss Brentford’s latest signing – Florian Jozefoom from PSV Eindhoven – and regularly update the podcast with the latest news from his medical which was taking place at the time of recording – with kabbaddi being the most bizarre task that he had to carry out to prove his fitness.

We talk Chelsea and Brentford emerging young talent on the back of the . What is the path to the first team from youth football?  Plus Liberal Nick is not happy with half and half scarves and – very un-liberal-like – wants people wearing them banned. We also chat to ex-Brentford player Scott Barron who gives us the lowdown on what went down in the dressing room the last time we met Chelsea in the cup.

In the pub:

Billy Grant
Dave Lane
Matt Allard
Gerry Hayes from The Chelsea Podcast

0m – Intro

9m 36 sec – Brentford and Wigan fans in the pub after the match

12m – Beesotted crew talk the 2-1 loss at Wigan

21m 20 sec – Should the transfer window be changed? Is it too long? Who does it benefit? Is Hogan and Costa and Payet’s behaviour a direct result of a window that does not seem to do anyone any favours? Plus Brentford discuss the signing of Dutch winger Florian Jozefzoom from PSV Eindhoven – who Beesotted exclusively flagged we were looking to sign a couple of weeks back on the podcast.

43m 04sec – Ex Brentford players Richard Cadette, Carl Hutchings and Paul Gibbs tell at the Beesotted Bees Up at Fullers Brewery exactly who they what team they would sign their kids to – Brentford, Chelsea or Fulham

47m 32 sec – Brentford and Chelsea’s Youth Development systems. Brentford B team are just back victorious from winning the Kai Thor tournament in Denmark. Chelsea have numerous academy players on loan all over the UK. Is one system better than the other?

1 hour 16 m 28 sec – Liberal Nick rants about half and half scarves

1 hour 17 min 49 sec – Pub crew discuss Liberal Nick’s rant

1 hour 22 min 08 sec – Interview with ex Brentford player Scott Barron who played against Chelsea the last time we met

1 hour 37 mins 09 sec – Beesotted and Chelsea podcast crew chat Chelsea match

1 hour 52 min 29 sec – END
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