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The latest edition of BEES is packed full of features with Shandon Baptiste, David Raya and Mathias Jensen. Catch up on the latest interviews from the B Team and Women's sides, there's My Brentford Story and all the upcoming events from the Community Sports Trust. Get a full run-down on an opposition we haven't faced since 2014.


Shandon Baptiste is our player feature this week and he joins us to talk about his career so far. He discusses getting over some early injury problems, captaining Oxford in a Carabao Cup Quarter-Final and moving to a new team with his friend Tariqe Fosu.

David Raya picks his FIFA 21 Ultimate Icons XI, featuring Edwin Van Der Sar, Ronaldo and George Best! He also gives us his answers to the Quickfire Profile and puts himself to the test with the latest round of the Player Quiz. He's got Luke Daniels and Tariqe Fosu to beat.

Henrik Dalsgaard joins Thomas Frank in welcoming your support from home and joins the call to help return fans safely to the stands of our new home. He also tells us how it feels to get back to action with Denmark on international duty.

Mathias Jensen is this week's Fanzone player, answering your questions from Facebook.


Dan Long brings you the latest from the opposition camp by interviewing local journalist Andy Turner of the Coventry Telegraph. Andy gives us his insight into City's lineup, their start to the season and who to look out for on Saturday afternoon.

The Narrative gives us a look at Coventry's recent struggles and highlights some more recent successes as City make a charge for the top-flight, having been away now for 19 years! Get a full squad database and the best four players to feature for City this season. There's also a bio on manager Mark Robins, who coached Bees players Luke Daniels and Charlie Goode while at Scunthorpe United in 2015.

There's also a double-page stats feature on the latest games for both Coventry and Brentford, before City fan Matty Roper tells us how he thinks the season will go. That's Away Fan Q&A, which also features Roper's predictions for the drop and which player he wants to swap West London for the West Midlands.


Ben Strange gets us the latest content from inside the B Team camp, who returned to training this month following isolation due to the coronavirus. He talks to Goalkeeper Coach and former Finland International Jani Viander about his experiences in the UEFA Champions League and how that translates to coaching the next generation of keepers at Jersey Road. We'll also have updates from some of the new boys joining the squad in Lachlan Brook, Alex Gilbert and Valgeir Valgeirsson.

Women's First Team player Axelle Courlander joins us to talk about her progress from Chelsea to Leyton Orient and now Brentford. She lets us know how the start of the season has gone and sets out targets for the rest of the campaign under Head Coach Karleigh Osborne. We've also got the latest from the fixtures in the Greater London Women's League Premier Division and Division 2 for the Development Squad.


Fan columnist Nick Bruzon returns in Bee Blog to talk about the international break and where Brentford go following a 4-2 defeat to Preston North End. Greville Waterman also gives us his top five centre-backs to have played for the club in the past 30 years. Ben Burgess also has his latest installment of The Last Word, rounding off each edition by using his past playing experiences to explain some of the latest results and trends.

There are four pages of junior activities including Bee The Boss, Quick Quiz, Number Challenge and a Coventry-related word search. There's also spot the difference, guess the crest and guess who? All supported by our Bee Team Patron Audrey Romain.

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