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Update on New Road Gantry

After the Nottingham Forest game last night BIAS met with both Kurt Pittman and Alan Walsh to discuss the matter of the new gantry structure in New Road. We felt the meeting was constructive and although we are yet to reach an acceptable and final conclusion to the matter we understand that, as a first measure, the black hoarding around the new larger gantry will be replaced with a clear perspex surround. BIAS remain disappointed that the club failed to

Mick C’s Big Match Report – Brentford 1-3 Reading

Mick C's Big match report

The Bees season spluttered to its first natural International break this evening after a 3-1 home defeat to the Royals. Our man from Anderlecht, Colin came in for Macca at right back as the only change from Burnley a week before. The first half was a footballing Rocky Horror, Marinus’ preferred formation of 4-3-3 was set in foundations of sand. Gogia who played the role of the invisible man well today may have well have taken a seat in the

Setting in, Patience and Trust Required

Feature - Stars and Stripes

John Kenkel, our USA Coordinator writes about his views on the new season: “All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another.” –Anatole France After what seemed like a decade-long off season, the boys re-emerged onto the hallowed grounds of Griffin Park to make another run for the promised land. Many thought that the instability of the

Mick C’s Match Report – Brentford 2 – 2 Ipswich

Mick C's Big match report

Brentford started a new season and new beginning for Marinus Dijkhuisen’s reign by snatching a last gasp 2-2 draw against Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich in the 95th minute. There was a hint of new boy at school on the first day of term as Marinus strode out looking sheepishly up at New Road and breaking into a smile as he was welcomed warmly by three sides of Griffin Park. Three debuts for the Bees as Kerschbaumer, Gogia and Hoffman all started,