Regional Coordinator – South Central (Dorset, Solent & South Hampshire)
What do you see as BIAS’s role? I see BIAS’s role as the connection between our great club and our even better fans. BIAS are the independent voice for all Brentford’s fans playing a pivotal role to represent them in the most important moments, helping fans to get closer to Brentford by having a real input.
What’s the best thing about being a Brentford fan? There are many things that are great about being a Brentford fan; whether it be the fans and the people involved in the club or how down-to-earth the club still is and how much respect there is for Brentford ever since I’ve been a fan. I am so proud to be apart of this footballing family. I know it’s cliche to not state one thing but there really are too many things I could say about my club!
What’s the worst thing about being a Brentford fan? Nothing! Nothing Brentford could do will ever dent my love for the club. Yes there have been ups and downs but that’s what makes Brentford the club I adore. They’re a part of me I will carry around in my heart for the rest of my life.
Where do you see Brentford in ten years time? I definitely have high hopes for Brentford, what with great backing financially and from fans – not forgetting the big plans like the new stadium. I definitely see Brentford in a higher league in 10 years playing a much higher standard of football than we do now. Success definitely beckons for Brentford, finishing in higher places in cup competitions and which ever league we would be in! “The Brighton effect” is definitely possible for Brentford. We have some of the best fans in the country that can drive this club forward.