This much lamented, wonderful stand could hold more fans than the whole of Griffin Park’s current maximum capacity. Built in the 1930s to house the 30,000-plus top flight crowds which flocked to watch Harry Curtis’ Bees – and where many current fans of a certain age fell in love with Brentford – the proud old relic was ripped down in mid-80s for financial reasons, making way for a shoe box-sized stand and some nondescript  flats.