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
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BIAS welcomes Brentford FC’s action on ticket prices following our lobbying on this issue. With immediate effect, Bees fans will now be able to get the cheaper advanced price match tickets until 4pm the day before kick-off for every home match. The move comes after BIAS called on the club to change the new pricing structure that came into effect this season. This saw match ticket prices increased by £5 for all but junior match tickets, seven days ahead of
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
First Away Day of the season and Marinus must have wondered what awaited him in Ciderland after a pressing first week. Andre for the crocked Jota as the Bees lined up in a 4-3-3 formation in front of a vocal 900 strong away following. 2 Minutes in Ayling in midfield skipped past one, then two in our middle and passed easily to Kodjia on the edge of the area, their new 2 million pound striker took one touch, Harlee and
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
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,
Congratulations to BIAS committee member Gemma Teale who has been elected to the National Council of the Football Supporters Federation. More to follow.
Fans and their behaviour leave the biggest impression on people and the media about the Club. Unfortunately over the last season there have been numerous instances of fans throwing objects onto the pitch. This is not acceptable. It puts the Club at risk of being penalised and brings down the hard earned good reputation of Brentford FC. BIAS discourages this mindless behaviour and would support the club in pursuing the strongest sanctions, including long term bans, for anyone throwing objects. It’s been
James Pettifer, a lifelong Brentford fan, sadly passed away this morning aged just 31. As a tribute, we want all Bees fans to join in with a round of applause in the 31st minute of Saturday’s game with Bolton. James used to travel up and down the country supporting the mighty Bees and this would be a great way to show our respects.
The Lionel Road Stadium Development team and development partner Willmott Dixon are seeking fan’s input into the future of Griffin Park. Willmott Dixon are planning to deliver the following key features: New family-sized town houses with on-site parking Recognising Griffin Park’s proud sporting heritage by way of a memorial garden, The Club will be hosting a public exhibition in The Hive to give Bees fans the opportunity to give feedback to Willmott Dixon and their architects on the plans on