“The Club and Be have undertaken a detailed review of our plans with a view to ensuring the stadium is Premier League compliant upon completion”.
From the Boardroom: Club Chairman, Cliff Crown, provides an update on the Lionel Road development.
“A bit of lesser-known football trivia. October 28 is Bristol City’s Christmas… Bristol City overtook Bristol Rovers in League One, after a 2-0 Gas home defeat against Oldham Athletic. The blue side of Bristol has never managed to reach the heights of their red counterparts since”.
In Focus: our Robins round-up.
“The Championship is such a crazy league that, by the end of the season, they were beating Brighton away and smashing Huddersfield at home”.
Hot off the Press: with Gregor MacGregor of the Bristol Post.
“We were still on course for promotion until the 97th minute of the last day of the season. Unfortunately, two teams scored in added time and we missed out on the top three. It was an incredible year”.
Pastures New: After a month at Griffin Park, BEES sat down with Neal Maupay to discuss his move across the Channel, life in London, and what he’s made of English football so far.
“There had been a bit of upset and David’s retaliation was to buy a fresh fish and tuck it underneath the spare tyre of Michael’s car. The car stank for days, but Michael couldn’t tell where the smell was coming from!”
First, Best, Worst: From fish-based pranks to run-ins at the Den, Charlie MacDonald reminisces about his three years in West London.
“For those who have never been I would describe York Hall on fight night as very similar to the Ealing Road stand: everyone's packed in real tight and are all on their feet singing their hearts out”.
Behind the Gloves: Park Life’s Nick Bruzon caught up with Bees fan and boxer Ricky Heavens ahead of his fight at York Hall.
“Just 12 months ago, the £90 million Manchester United shelled out for Paul Pogba seemed obscene; now it looks like a snip. Prices for players rise faster than property prices in London”.
The Last Word: Ben Burgess on rocketing transfer figures and the week that’s been.
All this plus much more in the fourth instalment of BEES. Available around Griffin Park for just £3.50.