Match Reports

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SOUTHEND UNITED 2 BRENTFORD 4

Stewart Purvis sees Brentford go through to the second round of the Carabao Cup. In the away end of the sadly rotting Roots Hall (the final ‘e’ has even fallen off the Welcome sign in the main entrance) two songs summed up this match and the two big selection decisions...
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STOKE CITY 1 BRENTFORD 1

Stewart Purvis sees the Bees dominate but pay the price for one mistake. As police motor-cycle escorts guided two double-decker buses full of Brentford supporters to Stoke station (they know how to treat visitors in the Potteries) the man in the next seat handed me his phone with a text...
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BRENTFORD 5 ROTHERHAM 1

Bill Hagerty welcomes Bees storming to top the Championship table in first game of the new season. England didn’t hang about winning in a spectacular finish on the third day of the first Test match against India, leaving plenty of time for a pint on the way to Griffin Park...
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BRENTFORD 1 WATFORD 2

Bill Hagerty sees the Bees gift Watford two goals to give Premier League visitors a fortunate victory. The last pre-season friendly before the start of the new season was anything but, or so it seemed after half-an-hour when Romaine Sawyers and Watford’s Argentinian midfielder Roberto Pereyra engaged in a personal...
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WYCOMBE WANDERERS 0 BRENTFORD 1

Bill Hagerty watches the Bees work hard but get scant reward against League One returnees Wycombe. With memories of a spectacular World Cup still fresh, a spectator’s return to domestic football promised to be no more exciting than the usual pre-season friendly. But, hey, this was a pre-season friendly that...
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