Brentford boss Thomas Frank expecting tough Barnet game, but believes Bees can progress in FA Cup

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

“We have stopped the bleeding, but now we need to progress again” — Thomas Frank wants to continue progressing in Saturday’s Swansea meeting

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

“When we perform the way we can, we can play anyone off the park” — Nico Yennaris is confident ahead of Brentford’s second successive derby

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

“This is the best I’ve experienced” — Romaine Sawyers lifts the lid on the Brentford dressing room

Romaine Sawyers believes that the current Brentford dressing room is the best atmosphere he has experienced and insists there has been minimal disruption caused by Thomas Frank’s appointment. Frank replaced Aston Villa-bound Dean Smith last month, but had was Smith’s assistant for the previous two years. Continuity was the deciding factor