Brentford keep up the play-off push with comfortable derby win

Bryan Mbeumo was the Brentford hero as they dominated the west London derby against Fulham. The only goal of the game came through an impressive Mbeumo volley after a devastating Brentford counter attack. Fulham came close to an equaliser through substitute Anthony Knockaert’s long-range effort in injury time, but rarely troubled David

Brentford edge closer to playoff spot with win over Cardiff

Brentford F.C. 2-1 Cardiff City Bryan Mbeumo was decisive as Brentford beat Cardiff City 2-1 to leapfrog the Bluebirds and move up to seventh in the Championship. The 20-year-old scored the opener in the 25th minute, following a great bit of individual skill and a clever pass from Saïd Benrahma. The winger then

Thomas Frank on comparing Watkins to Ronaldo and changing Brentford’s perception ahead of the Blackburn game

Often perceived as a mid-table Championship side, Brentford’s performances this season have suggested anything but. Manager Thomas Frank and the coaching and non-coaching staff at the London club have done wonders in making them push for a play-off berth and give the side a distinct identity. The switch from a three-man defence to a

Heroes and Zeros of QPR vs Brentford

The West London derby between QPR and Brentford has been dubbed by some as the ‘friendliest’ derby in London. Fans from both sides would name Fulham and even Chelsea as bigger rivals. However, the battle that took place last night was anything but friendly. A 94th minute brace by Ollie Watkins sent

Former Arsenal midfielder Josh Dasilva on his transition to Brentford and how he’s helped Dominic Thompson follow the same path 

Last season, Josh Dasilva made the difficult decision to leave Arsenal in pursuit of more first-team opportunities. After starring in Brentford’s previous two league games, it seems as if the choice to leave his boyhood club is starting to pay-off. Ahead of Monday night’s derby against QPR, the midfielder discussed his recent

Football journalists Phil Hay and Jon Mackenzie discuss Marcelo Bielsa’s impact at Leeds United A week has passed since the city of Leeds blew a huge sigh of relief, as its football club announced head coach Marcelo Bielsa is to stay at Elland Road for at least another 12 months. With minimal changes to a playing squad that finished a lowly 13th in the previous campaign,