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NO PLACE LIKE HOME FOR BRENTFORD

30 May 2014

Bees 19 home wins the most in the Football League as Mark Warburton's side feature highly Football League end of season statistics

Football League statistics showed that Brentford enjoyed the best home record of any of the 72 Football League clubs in 2013/14.
Under Uwe Rösler and Mark Warburton The Bees won 19 of their 23 home league games, two more than any other club. 
Only Wolverhampton Wanderers, Leyton Orient, Rotherham United and Carlisle United left Griffin Park unbeaten last season. 
The Bees picked up 58 points from a possible 69 at Griffin Park, three more than any other Football League in the side.
Brentford also featured prominently in a number of other league tables for last season. 
The 72 goals scored was the eighth most in the Football League and the fifth most in Sky Bet League One behind Wolverhampton Wanderers, Rotherham United, Leyton Orient and Coventry City. 
Brentford also had the eighth tightest defence, conceding 43 goals all season, behind only League One Champions Wolves out of third tier clubs. 
The Bees had the third best points total in the entire Football League with the 94 points they gained also being a club record. 
Clayton Donaldson 17 goals made him the joint 18th top goalscorer in the Football League.
His 17 goals also helped the Bees rack up a goal difference of +29 which was the third best in League One behind Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leyton Orient. 

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