Last Tuesday visit under lights at GP until August and it had an end of term feel tonight as our old friend Russell Slade pitched up to visit one of his favorite clubs. KK got a start instead of Sergi and Josh Clarke for a sicknote Maxi Colin but other than that it was as you were from Saturdays roll call. Cardiff dominated possession early on as we pressed but only when provoked. They needed a win, had to win,
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Mick C’s Big Match Report for Brentford 3-0 Wolves.
Whilst BIAS are a Brentford fan organisation, and are not FCM fans; we do believe in fair ticket pricing. Therefore we were disappointed to see the Brentford FC Chairman defending the large price rise for tickets to the game against Manchester United. BIAS have been working with Brentford FC to get a better deal for fans on ticket pricing and are pleased with the level of consultation we have with the club. That said, we warn against (and always have,
2,800 of us decided to head to the MadStad to finish off our Christmas in style. The Bees went with Josh McEachran for his first full start in the middle in place of Canos and Colin for Nico at right back. The first 10 minutes we were a little disjointed, Reading under returning coach Brian McDermott with no form had plenty to prove. We were too hurried on the ball and our midfield looked lopsided and disjointed. Josh was there
With Saturday’s game at Fulham fast approaching, BIAS committee members Anna Mason and Gemma Teale met with Police, Club and other fan representatives to discuss the arrangements for away fans on the day. It was a very interesting meeting, and we were able to give feedback on policing and arrangements at previous fixtures as well as receiving information. Below is some of the key information Brentford fans need for Saturday: BEFORE THE GAME Pubs and bars The most
Share your experiences and inform the club’s planning for the Brentford Community Stadium The Stadium team would like to know about your experiences attending matches, not just a Griffin Park, so they can make sure that the good and the bad are considered in their planning for the Brentford Community Stadium. The questions in this survey were created based on feedback received from supporters at the Stadium Team’s two consultation events held during September. Your answers will help them learn from your past experiences across the
Following the BIAS AGM on the 17th October 2015 to constitution has been amended. This is a change which was proposed to ensure that in the event of a Committee Member standing down we give all members an opportunity to put themselves forward to be co-opted. Section 5.9 now reads as follows: 5.9. If any members of the Executive Committee retire, resign, or leave the Committee for any reason, the remaining members shall have the power to co-opt replacements. All
It was one of those spinetingling days, if the alcohol didn’t numb the senses pre match then the first day of winter at GP did as the biting wind showed a bit more teeth first half than the Bees did as Forest controlled the first 45. The tastefully named left winger No.15, Ryan Mendes de Graca toyed with Nico, he was young and talented but fortunately casual and wasteful. Oliveira twisted and shot from 20 yards to warm Buttons gloves.
A bit of history went down in TW8 – Friday Night under lights at Griffin Park was like an West London Collesium where our gladiators were duelling with those stray dogs and hounds from the Bush. No changes from the Bees after the clinical termination of Charlton and their manager just six days ago, our mild mannered Brummie Head Coach Carsley showed on Halloween weekend that he is developing a ghoulish thirst for the blood of opposing managers by skewering
A last minute Leon header as a league win in a stupid amount of years shows that Charlton Away is not a fixture that brings us many points. But today it was a Happy Valley for up to 1800 Bees (according to the stewards figures) who had a right royal away day. Unchanged from the taming of the Wolves, we started a bit stiffly, Button to Tarky and hurriedly back, Button launched it loosely back it came, a shot across