“A common thread between those games was the level of backing we received from the supporters - we need you with us and that was there for everybody to see during the first two rounds”.
From the Dugout: Head Coach, Dean Smith, on Carabao Cup Third Round.
“We must never forget where we have come from. It is those humble values… that will move us forward and, ultimately, help us to achieve our aspirations of promotion to the Premier League”.
From the Boardroom: Mark Devlin discusses the benefits of cup progression.
“I knew what the situation was before I came here: It’s Dan’s shirt to lose and I’ve got to bide my time and prove myself to the Head Coach”.
The Numbers Don’t Lie: With two starts, two victories and two months under his belt, Luke Daniels takes centre stage for the visit of Norwich.
“As captain, I used to have to run out first. One day, unknown to me, the lads decided to stay in the tunnel, letting me run out on my own!”
First, Best, Worst: from sweeping the terraces to promotion-winning penalties, we chat to Bobby Ross about his first, best and worst experiences in professional football.
“For a tournament that has previously seen Donald Trump pulling the balls for the 1991 Fifth Round alongside Saint and Greavsie, don’t be surprised if they attempt to recreate the same thing this time around”.
Park Life: Nick Bruzon shares his thoughts on the Carabao Cup.
“Probably Josh Clarke, pace is key in wheelchair basketball and he's absolutely rapid! Mind you, height is pretty important so maybe I'd be better off with Dan Bentley or John Egan…”
Road to Tokyo: a Q&A with Bees fan and one of Team GB’s stars of the future, Christy Gregan.
All this plus the usual favourites in this evening’s instalment of BEES, on sale around Griffin Park for just £3.50.