The scene was set. Griffin Park the venue. Nathan Jones the new man in the dugout for Stoke. Brentford in decent form Stoke not so much. Before the game Thomas Frank had warned Jones not to lose eight out of his first ten games like he had done. Well he got off
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.
Brentford head coach Thomas Frank wants his side to "progress" after a spirited display against West Brom on Monday night. The Bees looked set for their fourth consecutive defeat, but Lewis Macleod rescued a point with a 91st minute equaliser at the Hawthorns. Swansea make the trip to Griffin Park on
Oli Stein reports from Griffin Park Brentford head coach Thomas Frank has called for his players to "learn" from their 3-2 defeat to Sheffield United at Griffin Park tonight to begin their ascent of the Championship table, away from relegation trouble. League top scorer Neal Maupay put the Bees ahead after seven
Oli Stein reports from Griffin Park Sheffield United earned their first win in four league matches with a 3-2 victory over Brentford, who still have only won once in the Championship in the Thomas Frank era. The Bees took the lead through Championship top scorer Neal Maupay — his 13th league goal of
Brentford midfielder Lewis Macleod, 24, attended this week’s Brentford press conference, the first since the tragic death of Robert Rowan, the Brentford Technical Director, who died last week aged 28. Macleod, a fellow Scot, expressed his grief at the loss of Rob: “I think I can speak for everybody at the
Saturday sees Brentford take on Middlesbrough in their first game since the sudden and tragic death of Technical Director Robert Rowan, aged just 28. Thomas Frank the Head Coach reflected on what has been a very tough few weeks for everyone connected with Brentford FC: “Very tough first on a personal
Nico Yennaris was upbeat as he faced the press ahead of Brentford's next match against Queen’s Park Rangers this Saturday, as the Bees prepare for the prospect of their second local derby in succession. Their trip to Loftus Road comes just seven days after a dominant home triumph against Millwall. The