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  1. In the last 2 seasons Brentford have finished 9th and 11th, we’ve finished 11th and 8th so we were moving in the right direction. Not sure on the net spend figures, would imagine we’ve spent a bit more, but made considerably more. Just saying, clearly things on the pitch for Brentford do look better currently, don’t think they’ll make the top 2 unfortunately, so playoffs and a 75% chance of playing with us in the Championship again next next year. I hope they go up, if we aren’t.
  2. This is the worst thing I’ve seen in 2020 so far!!
  3. Assuming the season restarts, which is looking more and more and likely, does anyone know if the club has made plans for our away game transport? Obviously there isn’t any chance to stay overnight, so good planning for games like the Boro one is paramount. Obviously more planning is required for Blackburn, Boro and Forest than Swansea. After playing 90 minutes in 30 degrees the worst thing the players could do is sit on a coach for 6 hours. They’ll need to probably make stops, at least one, maybe two for a stretch, I’m sure our scientific approach and staff will have thought of everything
  4. He didn’t find that figure, or if he did he found it off some fake news site or twitter and lapped it up like a gullible idiot because it agrees with his view/agenda. I do agree that we need to slowly get back to normal if there’s no imminent vaccine or adequate testing, but can’t stand stupid people who create, believe and spread utter rubbish because of their ignorance. The people who are pushing us to get back out there were also probably celebrating VE Day on Friday, getting teary over Colonel Tom and clapping for the NHS on Thursday, which in my mind makes them hypocritical beca
  5. I think we’re very fortunate right now to be regarded as a modern, professional club with a modern, intelligent progressive manager. I think the players will trust the club to do the right thing, I know I’d have more confidence as a player staff member with our current set up than previous ones or where and when we’ve had an ‘old school’ manager at the helm. We’re also very lucky to have the financial ability take the necessary precautions, not many clubs at our level or below would be able to make offers of circa £10k per night to take over somewhere like Cadbury house for the players an
  6. From the EP: Bristol Rovers director resigns claiming he has "no confidence or trust" in how the club is being run The Supporters Club representative on the board had been suspended since January James Piercy Ken Masters (Image: Ryan Hiscott/JMP) Long-standing Bristol Rovers director Ken Masters has resigned from the board in a lengthy statement in which he expresses concern at the governance and transparency of the football club. Masters, who has served as Supporters Club representative on the board and has been a director since 2006, was suspended in January
  7. Yep, they’re working up there this morning, shocking but not surprising. Much like it’s shocking that pro footballers can get a test but my other half who’s a frontline nurse can’t. Anyone on Twitter care to ask the club why they’re working on the training ground and if they have any spare tests to give to my missus and her colleagues working in the designated Covids wards at Southmead?
  8. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/51928263
  9. Pretty sure they all finished below us last season. Not sure Alex Neil has had Preston playing attractive football in his time there, not sure Millwall played great stuff under Neil Harris or currently under Rowett either. I think some people think the grass is greener elsewhere without realising it isn’t the case. Can’t deny I enjoy Brentford’s style, Swansea’s more patient style can occasionally be dull. The above clubs are a good yardstick for us though, we shouldn’t compare ourselves to former prem clubs who are in a different league to us financially, although a lot of those clubs ar
  10. 2-4-1? Isn’t that what happens at home for them? One of the inbreds buys and uses their season card, then passes it back through the fence/gate. Hey presto, 2 in the tented village for the price of 1. That would explain why they only get 6k at home.
  11. Morell, Walsh? Probably earn less combined. Use them or lose them. Rather see what the younger players are like, feel we’ve seen the best of KS, even though a top pro, top bloke and good player. KS will get a well earned round of applause from me if he were to line up against us for whoever. JB, HNM, Nagy, COD, KP and JM & LW is plenty of cover in the middle of the park. Got two decent right backs as well as BW, TM and ZV.
  12. Is this topic an echo chamber? I guess you lot weren’t at the Gate in April when our change of formation with Webster in the middle caught last nights opposition totally cold? Not that I agree with the formation or selection last night but only an idiot would rigidly stick to one formation, you need a clear plan a, b ,c etc...
  13. Also got them early, very straightforward.
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