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Inside your Matchday Programme: Wolverhampton Wanderers

Your guide to the latest instalment of BEES

25 August 2017

“The backing we received on Tuesday night was exceptional; it’s that level of togetherness which will keep us performing and enable us to pick up results”.

From the Dugout: Head Coach, Dean Smith, looks ahead to the visit of Wolverhampton Wanderers.


“It’s not just how they (Wolves) adapt to the style of the Championship but how they adapt to the relentless nature of Saturday-Tuesday games; that can be a real shock to the system. We will have to see how they get on in the next few weeks, but I certainly fancy them for a top-six finish”.

Hot off the Press: with Tim Spiers of the Express and Star.


“Football is like a religion here… It’s a different type of pressure but pressure is part of the game”.

The General: Kamohelo Mokotjo on his path into football, his ambitions for the South African national team and the visit of Wolverhampton Wanderers.


“I felt so bad that I left London for a few days and hid myself away; I didn’t want to be seen and I didn’t want to read any newspapers!”

First, Best, Worst: from his debut at Griffin Park to a hairdryer from Phil Holder, we chat to hall of famer Marcus Gayle about his first, best and worst moments in a Brentford shirt.


“Does our own Mystic Meg need to get polishing that crystal ball? Can our form in each penalty box match our wonderful play outside them? Then again, we are only six points outside the Play-Off zone. Could 2017/18 be the time we finally break the Wembley hoodoo?”

Park Life: the latest musings from Nick Bruzon.


“It all comes down to priorities: should teams stick to the principles of beautiful, patient football with the belief that they will prosper in the long term, or is getting points on the board is the most important thing?”

The Last Word: Ben Burgess weighs in on the playing style debate.

All this plus exclusive ‘View Finder’ video content, a Romaine Sawyers pull-out poster and our guide ahead of our next away trip to Aston Villa. Available around Griffin Park for just £3.50. 

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