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Farewell To Neal Maupay?

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 expectations for next season.

We also talk to Bees journalist Jim Levack, who gives us a special insight from the press room and compares Thomas Frank to his predecessors.

Do you think we’ve seen the last of Neal Maupay, or will we enjoy his goals for another season? Share your thoughts below.

Dave Lane

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