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15 July 2017 Venue Complexe Sportif de Divonne-les-Bains Attendance

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4-2-3-1
  • 1
    Daniel Bentley
    GK
  • 2
    Josh Clarke
    DF
  • 6
    John Egan
    DF
  • 5
    Andreas Bjelland (C)
    DF
  • 3
    Rico Henry
    DF
  • 4
    Kamo Mokotjo
    MF
  • 10
    Josh McEachran
    MF
  • 8
    Sergi Canos
    MF
  • 7
    Romaine Sawyers
    MF
  • 11
    Florian Jozefzoon
    MF
  • 9
    Lasse Vibe
    FW

Substitutes

  • 13
    Luke Daniels
    SUB
  • 12
    Henrik Dalsgaard
    SUB
  • 14
    Tom Field
    SUB
  • 15
    Yoann Barbet
    SUB
  • 16
    Manny Onariase
    SUB
  • 17
    Ryan Woods
    SUB
  • 18
    Nico Yennaris
    SUB
  • 19
    Justin Shaibu
    SUB
  • 20
    Harlee Dean
    SUB

Manager

  • -
    Dean Smith

4-4-2
  • 1
    Thomas Castella
    GK
  • 15
    Leandro Marin
    DF
  • 5
    Alain Rochat
    DF
  • 6
    Elton Monteiro
    DF
  • 30
    Nicolas Getaz
    DF
  • 20
    Maxime Dominguez
    MF
  • 18
    Andrea Maccoppi (C)
    MF
  • 4
    Jeremy Maniere
    MF
  • 11
    Samuele Campo
    MF
  • 10
    Gonzalo Zarate
    FW
  • 86
    Valeri Bojinov
    FW

Substitutes

  • 22
    Kevin Martin
    SUB
  • 3
    David Hrubik
    SUB
  • 8
    Musa Araz
    SUB
  • 9
    Kwang Pak
    SUB
  • 12
    Ali Kabacalman
    SUB
  • 13
    Arthur Ndebele
    SUB
  • 14
    Alexandre Pasche
    SUB
  • 16
    Leo Seydoux
    SUB
  • 27
    Mersim Asllani
    SUB
  • 29
    Andi Zeqiri
    SUB

Manager

  • -
    Fabio Celestini

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Match Previews

Lausanne Sport Match Preview

All the info ahead of Saturday's game in France

14 July 2017

Match Details

Brentford vs Lausanne Sport
Complexe Sportif de Divonne-les-Bains
Kick-off: 4pm local time

Opposition Preview

Lausanne-Sport, also known in some circles as LS, play in the Swiss top flight. They have won the Swiss title seven times and the cup nine times. LS spent two years outside the top division but won promotion in 2016 and secured their status back in the Swiss Super League last season.

Tomorrow's match against The Bees is their final pre-season engagement ahead of the new league season which starts next Saturday with a home game against FC Gallen 1879. On Tuesday they were beaten 5-0 by Valencia in a friendly

 

It's been a busy summer on the transfer front with 11 players leaving, including Swiss international Nassim Ben Khalifa and former QPR defender Taye Taiwo. Among the six new faces arriving are former Man City striker Valeri Bojinov and Argentine international Leandro Marin. 

The Manager

Fabio Celestini enjoyed a 15 year playing career that began and ended with his hometown club Lausanne. A midfielder, Fabio spent five years with Lausanne before a move to Troyes in 2000. He was a losing finalist in the 2004 UEFA Cup with Marseilles before moving to Spain with Levante and then Getafe. He returned to Lausanne in 2010 and retired shortly after, having made nearly 400 professional appearances and earned 35 caps for Switerland. 

After a spell as assistant manager at Málaga and manager at Italian Serie D side Terracina, Celestini replaced Marco Simone as manager of Swiss club FC Lausanne-Sport in March 2015. At the time LS were struggling in the Challenge League, the second tier of Swiss football. After an impressive start to life in the dugout, he was handed a three-year contract and, the following season, Celestini successfully led Lausanne-Sport to the Challenge League title and promotion back to the Super League. 

Travel News

Coach travel has been organised for any Brentford fans needing assistance in getting to the Complex Sportif de Divonne-Les-Bains for tomorrow's game. The small town is just on the French side of the border, around 5km from the banks of Lake Geneva. It is around 15km from the centre of Geneva and approximately 40 minutes in a coach from Saint-Prex. The game will kick-off at 4pm local time, 3pm BST, and the Club has organised a coach from Stade de Mercy that will leave at 3pm local time and take fans to Divonne-les-Bains.

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Match Reports

Match report: Brentford 1 Lausanne-Sport 1

Lasse Vibe on target as Bees draw pre-season friendly

15 July 2017

Brentford ended their pre-season training camp with a pre-season friendly against Swiss side Lausanne-Sport that ended in a 1-1 draw.

The Bees – who have been in France training for a week – held a first half lead against the Swiss top flight outfit thanks to a Lasse Vibe goal and had the better of that opening 45. But LS, as they are known, responded well after the break and levelled in the second period to ensure the match ended all squad.

Brentford used 19 players over the 90 minutes with only goalkeeper Daniel Bentley playing the full game. The Bees made eight changes at the break and never quite regained the rhythm they had in a good first half showing. There was a first Brentford appearance for Kamo Mokotjo in midfield while Lasse Vibe, Romaine Sawyers and Andreas Bjelland also played their first games of the campaign.

The game was competitive, for a friendly, with LS using it more as their final warm-up for the Swiss season, which starts next week. They forced the first save of the afternoon – Bentley denying Andrea Maccoppi – and could have been ahead inside the first ten minutes when Jérémy Manière saw a shot from a corner deflect just wide before Alain Rochat nodded wide. Samuele Campo had a shot blocked and then forced Bentley in to another save soon after but LS were by no means having things their own way.

Mokotjo and Josh McEachran had control of the midfield and were looking to pick passes forward to the attacking trio of Vibe, Sergi Canós and Florian Jozefzoon. With LS playing a back three there were spaces in the channels that The Bees looked to exploit. A McEachran pass set Vibe clear early on but he was forced wide and had to deliver a far post cross that Canós volleyed narrowly over. The next time Vibe had a sight of goal, after good work by Canós, he made no mistake – holding off a posse of defenders to curl home.

Bjelland had a sight of goal from a corner but blasted wide before Jozefzoon was crowded out as he tried to break quickly. Canós had a shot blocked soon after and a reaction header from Vibe floated over. When a corner was half cleared, Sawyers found space to deliver a cross but Mokotjo missed his kick 15 yards out and sliced it wide.

There were chances at both ends as the first half drew to a close. Canós shot just wide following a short corner and Vibe fired narrowly past the far post after good work by Mokotjo and Jozefzoon. Campo fired well over for LS and Rochat saw a header deflected wide but Brentford had the lead at the break and deserved it.

The Bees lost their flow with the half time changes and LS started to take control after the break. With Emmanuel Onariase in an unfamiliar midfield position, Brentford relinquished control of that area but they had a solid back line that LS struggled to break through. Bentley saved from Valeri Bojinov and then from Maccoppi but Brentford could have scored at the other end when Harlee Dean nodded across the face of goal after a clever short corner.

LS should have levelled when Alexandre Pasche was put in behind with only Bentley to beat but the Brentford goalkeeper came out on top. However, that only delayed the equalising goal. LS brought Pak Kwang-ryong on before the corner was taken and the North Korean striker met the delivery with his first touch and nodded it out of the reach of Bentley and in to the net. Manière had a header blocked soon after as LS looked like the team most likely to win the game but Brentford’s defence generally held firm.

Andi Zeqiri fired in to the side netting after wriggling free in the penalty area before Maccoppi curled a free kick well wide. Ryan Woods had to clear inside his six-yard box when a corner dropped loose and Zeqiri had another shot blocked as LS pressed, But Brentford could have won it when Nico Yennaris almost got on to a Rico Henry through ball but Thomas Castella saved at his feet and ensured the game finished, justifiably, level.

Brentford (First Half): Bentley; Clarke, Egan, Bjelland, Henry; Mokotjo, Sawyers, McEachran; Jozefzoon, Vibe, Canós

Brentford (Second Half): Bentley; Dalsgaard, Dean, Barbet, Field; Onariase, Yennaris, Woods; Jozefzoon (sub Clarke 70 mins), Shaibu, Canós (sub Henry 70 mins)

Lausanne-Sport: Castella, Marín, Monteiro, Rochat, Manière (sub Seydoux 70 mins), Gétaz; Zarate (sub Araz h/t), Campo (sub Zeqiri 70 mins), Maccoppi, Dominguez (sub Pasche h/t); Bojinov (sub Pak Kwang-ryong 65 mins)

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