The club has today released some details about its planned changes to the new stadium. BIAS was informed, in a meeting with the club last week, that they felt it necessary to conduct a de-risking exercise on the Lionel Road stadium plans, with the dual purpose of reducing cost and making construction easier. We now understand that this work started in May 2016. We are disappointed that this exercise has been carried out without any input from fans, who will
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Tickets are selling fast for our boat trip to Fulham next Saturday and the 1st boat has now sold out. Don’t miss out and get your tickets for the 2nd boat today! The boats have been booked to take us down river from Kew Pier, which is located on the (South side of Kew Bridge) will depart at 11:00 and arriving at Putney Pier (South side of Putney Bridge) at 13:00. If you are going, there’s no better way to go than
What a game! A crazy finish to a pulsating match in which both sides had chances to have won it.
Darling you got to let me know Should I stay or should I go? If you say that you are mine I’ll be here ’til the end of time So you got to let me know Should I stay or should I go? Courtesy of the Clash I wonder if the above has been the mantra of Scott Hogan this week?? With the player seemingly telling the press its up to the club if they accept offers and the club
As the vultures gathered close to Griffin Park in anticipation of a pre-Christmas feast comprising of some West Midlands flesh in the shape of under pressure boss Dean Smith, the danger was averted by two killer blows from the boot of super Scotty Hogan…
Football has an almost unique way of polarising opinion among people. Yesterday was a classic example of one such instance.
Ahh the International break weekend…Do you relish a break from the hustle bustle of the Championship? Or do you like the break so you can throw your support behind your National team? For me it’s always been Brentford first. I suppose the main reason being until recently as a fan of a lower league team, there is a natural disconnect between the players representing England and the boys who pull on the red and white stripes each week. Yes, you
What a difference a week makes…”2-0 in your own backyard” seems to be the theme of these West London derbies at the moment. In summary, Fulham did to us what we did to QPR the previous Friday.
Words won’t do this performance or occasion justice, it may have looked great on TV but It was on another level live at Loftus Road.
Who do you think should be in line for the FSF Awards this year? The Awards take place on Monday 5th December and reward the very best in football from the top players to your favourite fanzine. Winners will be selected by public vote or an FSF panel following a nominations process which is now open . Categories: Away Day of the Year Blogger of the Year Commentator of the Year Fanzine of the Year Newspaper of the Year Men’s