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Inside your Matchday Programme: Bolton Wanderers

Josh McEachran the star of this weekend’s BEES

12 January 2018

“I was thrilled to be able call upon Alan Judge for the first time since April 2016. It’s a lonely task to recover from such a long-term injury, so I was delighted with the ovation he received from all four stands of Griffin Park.”

From the Dugout: Dean Smith on Brentford’s FA Cup exit, the return of Alan Judge and the visit of Bolton Wanderers


“Football has the power to bring us together and I’m sure that those of you who lost love ones in 2017 shared many memorable moments at Griffin Park.”

From the Boardroom: Chief Executive, Mark Devlin, looks ahead to Brentford’s first home league game of 2018


“Because Pratley and Henry aren’t there, the 4-2-3-1 would be less effective – you’d be introducing others to a role that’s been done for most of the season by someone else.”

Hot off the Press: With Marc Iles of The Bolton News


“Injuries are as tough mentally as they are physically, you’ve just got to get your head down and try to get back as fit as possible.”

The State of Play: BEES sat down with Josh McEachran to discuss growing up at Cobham, taking the armband and dealing with spells on the sidelines


“When the whistle went, Phil Brown sat us down on the pitch and told us off… He’s my current Manager at Southend United, so I have to be careful what I say about it!

First, Best, Worst: From Play-Off pain to Phil Brown’s infamous half-time team talk, we chat to Michael Turner about his first, best and worst moments in professional football


“The irony of a man who has spent an entire career ‘not seeing the incident’ now being on a FA ban after slagging off the officials for two that he did see was lost on no-one.”

Park Life: Nick Bruzon reflects on a weekend of FA Cup upsets


“Can football be made easier to govern without comprising the superfast, awesome spectacle that it is?”

The Last Word: Ben Burgess discusses the dilemma of VAR


For the all above plus much more, pick up a copy of BEES around Griffin Park for just £3.50.  

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