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Adam Forshaw signs for Middlesbrough.

Former Brentford midfielder Adam Forshaw has signed for Middlesbrough for £2.5 million.

And Forshaw’s first game for Boro could be potentially the trip to Griffin Park this Saturday against his former team-mates.

Forshaw left Brentford in the summer of 2014 after months of rumours, signing for Wigan for a fee of £3.6 million.

After winning the Division 1 Player of the Year award whilst at Brentford, much was expected of Forshaw when he moved North.

However, Wigan have been in turmoil this season and when Uwe Rosler was sacked after 10 months in charge, he was never really given the chance.

Brentford looking to sign one of two Derry triallists

Brentford have decided not to pursue their interest in Patrick McEleney.

Following a ten-day trial, the club has decided not to make a offer for the former Sunderland player. McEleney will now return to Derry FC.

A move for McEleney’s teammate, Michael Duffy, is still possible however. The Irish side believe Brentford will start negotiations within “a few days”.

 

Fans Forum This Thursday

Chairman Cliff Crown, Chief Executive Mark Devlin, Sporting Director Frank McParland, Manager Mark Warburton and Assistant Manager David Weir will be taking a fans forum this Thursday (29th Jan) at Griffin Park.

The forum starts at  6.30pm in the Hive. If you are unable to make it and have any questions you would like Beesotted to ask, either tweet them to @Beesotted or email beesotted1992(at)gmail.com

 

 

Pritchard in Team of the week.

Midfielder Alex Pritchard was named in the Championship team of the week after his performance at Norwich.

Pritchard was pivotal in Brentford’s win, creating numerous chances before scoring the winning goal from the penalty spot.

Away fans sell out Griffin Park

Bournemouth have announced that they have sold out their 1,600 ticket allocation for their trip to Brentford on February 21st.

This means that Brentford’s next three home games will all be played against a sell-out opposition.

Middlesbrough, Watford and Bournemouth are the next three visitors to Griffin Park in a critical 4 weeks for The Bees. And with Boro fans booked into various Brentford drinking establishments from 9am, it is urged that Bees fans have an early night on Friday and get down to Griffin Park first thing  to ensure that we are equally as boisterous come the 12.15 kick off.


Keshi Anderson scores hat trick for Development squad

Keshi Anderson, on loan from Barton Rovers FC, scored a hat trick after coming on as a sub for the development squad today (Tuesday) in the 3-0 defeat of Crystal Palace.

First team players Tony Craig, Sam Saunders, Nico Yennaris and Richard Lee also played in the match.

Brentford were second from bottom of the Southern Professional Development League 2 before the match today.

£25 is fair ticket price say fans

In the midst of the Norwich and Leeds £34 plus ticket price kerfuffle, fans were surveyed on what price they felt was fair to watch Championship football. A price of £25 was deemed the fairest – voted by 39% of the fans polled. You can see the results of the survey here.

Fans are also being now polled on what price they feel is fair to watch the Bees (hypothetically) play Premier League Football. You can fill  in the very short survey here.