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The latest edition of BEES is packed full of features with Saman Ghoddos, Dom Thompson and Shandon Baptiste. Catch up on the latest interviews from the B Team and Women's sides, there's also My Brentford Story from Bob Hooper.


Our featured interview this week is with Saman Ghoddos, the winger who played Europa League football at Ostersunds in Sweden. He talks to us about working with Graham Potter, moving to France and choosing Iran to play at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The FIFA 21 Ultimate Icons XI come from Dom Thompson this week, featuring Patrick Vieira, Xavi and Ronaldinho! 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, Mads Roerslev, Tariqe Fosu and David Raya to beat.

David Raya talks about recent results in his programme notes and Shandon Baptiste 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 Ian Mitchelmore of Wales Online. Ian tells us what to expect from our recent play-off semi-final opponents.

The Narrative gives us a look at Swansea's recovery from that Griffin Park loss a few months ago. Get a full squad database and the best four players to feature for City this season. There's also a bio on manager Steve Cooper, who loves working with talented youngsters and will provide a stern test for The Bees.

There's also a double-page stats feature on the latest games for both Swansea and Brentford, before City fan Guto Llewelyn tells us how he thinks the season will go. That's Away Fan Q&A, which also features predictions for the drop and the top three.


Ben Strange talks to Sam Saunders about planning during a lockdown period and Max Haygarth introduces himself as the latest player to join the B Team picture.

We've got a report from the Brentford Women's Development squad, who thrashed Alexandra Park 11-0 this week. There's also reaction from the First Team's 3-1 defeat at Clapton, which saw the team drop to fourth in the Greater London WFL Premier Division.


Bee Blog from Nick Bruzon examines the new Third Kit and talks about reaching the 10-game mark across English football. Our top five right-backs of recent times are looked at by Greville Waterman in his column, Five from the Hive. Ben Burgess takes a look at Project Big Picture and how it can be improved to give clubs the support they need.

There are four pages of junior activities including Bee The Boss, Quick Quiz, Number Challenge and a Swansea-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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