Thomas Frank insists that he feels a great sense of history as Brentford prepare to face Swansea in the FA Cup Fifth Round on Sunday. The all-Championship tie presents the Bees with a realistic chance of progressing to their first quarter-final in the competition since 1989, when a brace from
Neal Maupay's stoppage time winner secured Brentford a fifth straight home win under the Griffin Park lights against Aston illa Brentford had much the better of the game which saw Villa manager Dean Smith return to his former club for the first time. http://gty.im/1033658680 The Bees missed a number of chances in both
Although Thomas Frank couldn’t contain his smile when talking about Brentford's unbeaten run, the Dane claims that he is keeping all feet firmly on the ground as the Bees travel to promotion-chasing Nottingham Forest on Saturday. Brentford are 17th in the league on 37 points, just ten points from the top
It's the fourth round of the FA Cup this weekend and the 'lost magic' brigade have come out of the woodwork to spoil the party. Try telling Barnet fans that, though. After a weekend of upsets — including last-placed League One club AFC Wimbledon’s hammering of West Ham and Millwall's last-gasp victory over Everton — non-league Barnet host Championship
A busy Christmas fixture list — with four games in eleven days — starts with Brentford taking on fellow strugglers Bolton at Griffin Park on Saturday. Brentford are now walking a tightrope above the relegation zone. The defeat against Hull last week has left the Bees balanced precariously over the drop.