What a game! A crazy finish to a pulsating match in which both sides had chances to have won it.
Brentford 3-0 Aston Villa What a transformation! Just 72 hours after wimping out of the FA Cup the real Brentford showed up at Griffin Park determined to banish all negative thoughts of Saturdays’ capitulation. With Scott Hogan travelling in the opposite direction to his new team mates, on his way for a medical at Villa… Read More Left Side Ealing Road: Brentford 3-0 Aston Villa
Chelsea 4-0 Brentford Ever since we beat Eastleigh in the previous round and were drawn with our illustrious neighbours for a second FA Cup meeting in 4 years, I have been telling everyone I meet that the games against Villa and Brighton, in the coming week, were both bigger games for us this season. Therefore,am… Read More Left Side Ealing Road: Chelsea 4-0 Brentford
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… Read More Left Side, Ealing Road: Brentford 1-2 Newcastle
The magic of the cup! Although in recent seasons it’s been more tragic than magic for the Bees. When the FA Cup Gods came up with this fixture, a potential banana skin for sure, I was concerned it may turn into a Martin Allen media circus. However, with an upturn in recent performances and results… Read More Left Side: Ealing Road – Brentford 5-1 Eastleigh
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.
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.
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… Read More Mick C’s Big Match Report – Brentford 2-1 Cardiff