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Brentford despatched Southampton with a fair amount of ease at New Griffin Park to see themselves climb temporarily to 6th place in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon. We spoke to delighted fans after the game in the stands and the pub Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
With the January transfer window slammed firmly shut, and Sergi Canos having waved goodbye to Brentford (for good?) the Beesotted crewe called a virtual joint podcast meeting to discuss this week’s eventsBilly the Bee Grant, Dave Laney Lane and Ali Mullaley also look back at the snore-fest at Elland Road, where Brentford took the European Cup from Leeds united 5-2 on aggregate, and ahead to the visit of Southampton to the GTech this Saturday afternoon.JB gives us a double dose of facts and funk and Tom Parker rom Saints FC Podcast gives us the lowdown on life under Nathan Jones at St. Mary’s. Come On You Bees. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Leeds and Brentford fought out a keenly contested draw at Elland Road – neither side showing the cutting edge to take all three points. Thomas Frank's side did well to snuff out a potentially potent Leeds front line, but at the other end, Toney and Mbeumo rarely threatened on the counter. Mixed emotions after the game by the travelling fans, but it was undoubtedly a solid point away from home. Bees win 5-2 on aggregate! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Brentford travel to Elland Road after a solid three points earned against Bourne-Muff at home which saw Ivan Toney score a penalty and Matthias Jensen score a peach of a goal from the edge of the areaBilly The Bee Grant and Dave Laney Lane hooked up in the virtual joint to discuss the transfer rumours surrounding David Raya and look back to the Bourne-Muff gameJB gives us more facts and funkPlus we go across to talk to Rafa who gives us the lowdown on The Champions of Europe ... plus Darren from LS11 Podcast gives us the lowdown on Leeds Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Brentford beat Bournemouth 2-0 for their third straight league win as they continued their tremendous post-World Cup runIvan Toney was back and converted from the spot followed by a well-executed goal from JensenWe spoke to fans in the stands straight after the match Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Quickly forgetting the FA Cup which Brentford were obviously not up for, it's a return to League football for the Bees with a visit of Muff to New Griffin Park.Billy Grant and Dave Lane were back in the virtual joint trying to talk about anything BUT that FA Cup match. ex Premier league stars with their kids at Brentford. What's that all about with Paul Dikov (Man City) Kevin Lisbie (Charlton) and David Beckham (Man United and England) all having sons playing for Brentofrd's B tea,?Plus Sergi Canos. The word on the street is teams are sniffing around Sergi. We talk about Brentford's longest-serving player and what we felt was his finest moment wasJB gives us some FA Cup facts and funkPlus Kirk from Cherries Red Army looks forward to the Bourne-Muff match at the weekend Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
A much-changed Brentford side were knocked out of the FA Cup by West Ham on Saturday evening – in a game of few chances ex Bee Said Benrahma provided the winner late in the second half. Here's the views from the terraces and pub after the game. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Adam Khan (@XxAdamKhanxX) a German football consultant, and founder of The German Football Newsletter, was kind enough to give us all the full low down on Brentford's exciting new number 9, Kevin Schade, who joined The Bees this week from SC Freiburg in a deal that could rise to over £20m if the initial loan spell is a success. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
A break for the league for a week as Brentford focus on the FA Cup with the Bees playing West Ham for the second time in eight daysBilly TheBee Grant and Dave Laney Lane hung out in a polar opposite virtual joint - Billy in a pub in Ruislip and Laney in Egypt - to discuss Brentford's brilliant victory against Liverpool. JB gives us more facts and funkThey look at the transfer window and the signing of Kevin Schade from FreiburgPlus they have a little look forward to Brentford's cup match against West Ham Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Brentford started the New Year where they left off, with another win against one of the big Premier League clubs, but this time they send Jugen Klopp and his Liverpool team back home with a flea in their ear. Tonight, under the new stadium lights, The Bees took another massive scalping, to a man, the players did the club proud. Come On you Bees! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Hot on the back of a win away at West Ham, Brentford were back in action with their first match of 2023 - with Liverpool making a visit to New Griffin ParkBilly Grant (@billythebee99) is joined in the studio by Neil (@Knox_Harrington) from The Anfield Wrap (@TheAnfieldWrap) to discuss Liverpool's season and the weekend's match. Plus we have a listen to what the fans had to say after Brentford's victory to West Ham at The London Stadium Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Brentford finished off 2022 with a match awaiting at West Ham. And it was a comfortable win in the end with the Bees scoring two goals before sitting back and seeing the game outThe only dark point of the game was Ivan Toney who was stretchered off at a half-timeWe spoke to Bees fans and West Ham fans in the stands and the pub after the match Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
The Beesotted crew of Billy the Bee Grant, Dave Laney Lane, Ali Her Game Too Mullalley and Matt The Allard Allard hooked up for the last time in 2022 in the virtual joint to pour over their favourite Bees moments of 2022. They also looked back at the draw against Spurs. Two points dropped or a point gained?JB gives us more facts and funkPlus the crew looked forward to the match against West Ham with brown Nicky Hawkins from West Ham Fan TV (@WestHamFanTV) giving the lowdown on The Hammers Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Brentford and Tottenham played out an entertaining 2-2 Boxing Day draw at the Gtech – the Bees letting a 2-0 goal lead slip with goals from Jenelt and Tony being cancelled out by a Harry Kane header and a Pierre-Emile Højbjerg shot. We speak to fans of both teams after the match to capture the festive footy vibe. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Football is back after a rather bizarre mid-season World Cup break. Did Brentford benefit from the rest? Only time will tell as the Beesotted crew discussed during a much-celebrated return to The Globe pub to record the latest podcast - old skool styleBilly Grant and Dave Lane were joined by Ali 'Her Game Too' Mullalley, Lewis The Pain Payne, Charlie the Bee and Dan The Man Mann as they looked back to Brentford’s magnificent win over Man City. Deliberated whether the Bees would benefit from the six week international break. Pondered over whether the World Cup may have caused fatigue for a load of Spurs players. Plus they got into the festive spirit - asking what Bees present would they love to land under the tree on Xmas dayDon’t forget to buy us a beer at Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
The World Cup is over. Argentina beat France. But we cast our minds back to just before and just after England's match against France. Should it have been England in the final? We will never knowBilly Grant with one last shout from Qatar. Talking to folk before and after the match. Plus Steve the Bee gives the French perspective from BordeauxDont forget to buy us a beer at check out previous episodes at PrideOfWest.London Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
The second rest day means serious downtime for all the World Cup fans. Billy Grant used the off-day caught up with his old buddy Maz who moved to Qatar to open a music studio out there And an interesting catch-up it was too with Maz who has seen folk from all over the world pass through his studio including Duran Duran - working on the latest album - The Rolling Stones and artists recording the recent World Cup theme tunes. He also gave us the low down on why he left London for Qatar and gave us a little more insight into Qatari cultureSubscribe on all good podcast channels and please write us a reviewBuy us a beer - Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
England are through to the World Cup Quarter Final as they cruised past Senegal in the first knockout game in the World Cup. Billy Grant is recording this podcast at the airport on the way back to Qatar, revelling in the fact that England have their eyes set on the big prize. So we decided to go across three tournaments to On this show, we hear from Andy and Kirsty at the stadium before the match and also talking on BBC Radio 4.We also heard from actors Ralph Brown and Jenny Jules who made a decision to not attend their 8th World Cup - in Qatar - but instead to go o Senegal and take in the World Cup vibes over thereSpanish Dave, Marc and Reg give us the lowdown on the match from a Brazilian party in Qatar Plus Billy Grant chats to Darren in a boozer in London - getting the post-match thoughts on England’s victorySubscribe on all good podcast channels and please write us a reviewBuy us a beer -                                    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
It’s changing rooms as Billy swaps places with Kirsty and Andy - hopefully for one match only as he checks back in at home to sort out some unfinished business (grassroots football Barnet Panthers business). A ideal opportunity to see the family for a few days whilst Kirsty and Andy - attending his ninth World Cup - jetted off to Qatar for England’s knockout match against SenegalBilly caught up with Andy and Kirsty who were on their way out the door en route to the pre-match celebrations before the big game. They discussed their early thoughts on Qatar, how much they enjoyed the Argentina v Australia match and how they think England would fare against the African sideYou can check suit Andy’s blog here can also subscribe to us on all good podcast channels on PrideOfWest.LondonAnd buy us a beer at Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Brentford Football Club’s rise to the Premier League has without doubt transformed the stature of the West London club – from the bottom to the top tier of English football in little over a decade – with owner Matthew Benham ripping up the traditional football rule books along the way. Scorned for daring to do things differently, The Bees’ steady rise has made the footballing world eventually sit up, take note, then try and replicate their cutting edge blend of statistical analysis, a left-field recruitment strategy, a perfectly executed business rebrand and new stadium model… not to mention a strictly enforced ‘no dickhead’ policy. This hard-back talks to the players, head coaches, directors of football and the owner, who have made Brentford’s rise possible – all of whom share their unique experiences and the vital decisions that were made en route to the top. We also feature the experiences of Bees supporters who have shared in the journey and how they had to learn along the way. The Brentford Revolution is an essential read for anyone keen to discover just how little old Brentford became one of the most talked about clubs in football.The book's authors, Dave Lane and Tim street, are joined by Jon Restall to discuss the Brentford rise over the past decade, how the book was put together and some of the personal highlights that are contained within the pages.The Brentford Revolution is available now from or from the Brentford FC Club shop and Amazon. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Comments (2)

Stephen Campbell

Great show lads. when will the second part be released?

Jun 17th

Steve Campbell

great podcast lads. come on you Bees!

Jul 25th
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