After the euphoria of the win against Hull, it was back to earth with a bang as Brentford lost to Sheffield Wednesday with such an abject performance on Tuesday, it was quite deflating.
But no time to feel sorry for themselves as pride needs to be restored with a resounding home victory against local rivals QPR.
The Beesotted crew met in the virtual joint to shoot the breeze over the Wednesday loss… discuss the latest Fulham situation .. and look forward to the QPR match at the weekend
We also discussed Suzanne Rowan’s half marathon in honour of her late husband – Technical Director Rob Rowan – raising money for CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young).
In the joint
Billy The Bee Grant
Dave Laney Lane
Liberal Nick Carthew
0m – Intro
4m 09 sec – Sheffield Wednesday and Brentford fans discuss the match in the pub post-match
9m 23 sec – Beesotted crew discuss Sheffield Wednesday match. Why are Brentford so Jeckyl and Hyde?
45 min 10 sec – Suzanne Rowan is running a half marathon in honour of her later husband technical director Rob Rowan. Money raised is going to CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young charity). You can donate by clicking HERE
46 min 48 sec – Brentford fans discuss the crisis at Fulham
47 min 03 sec – Five from the Hive interview featuring Gareth Dixon from Rangers Podcast Ranger Things
1 hr 02 min 58 sec – Beesotted crew discuss QPR
1 hr 13 min 58 sec – END
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