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Inside your Matchday Programme: Bristol City

New Head Coach Thomas Frank takes centre stage in BEES 09

19 October 2018

“Griffin Park is unique - I haven’t experienced anything like it before. You can smell and feel the football and the passion. I think when we are on it, there’s no better place to be.”

From the Dugout: An exclusive interview with The Bees’ new Head Coach, Thomas Frank


“Both Dean Smith and Richard O’Kelly leave the Club with our thanks and best wishes for the future. These things happen in football and the structure we have in place meant that we were well prepared for such an eventuality.”

From the Boardroom: Mark Devlin’s behind-the-scenes update from TW8


Match Preview: Line-ups, latest news and last-five form guide. The key information ahead of #BREBRC


In Opposition: Squad list, profiles and stats


Four in Focus: The Robins’ key quartet in profile


“Bristol City fans don’t like playing against Brentford; they are one of those side who they can never get the better of.”

Hot off the Press: With Gregor MacGregor of Bristol Live


Heroes and Villains: Greville Waterman looks at some previous clashes with Bristol City through the lens of two significant performances


“Griffin Park holds so many wonderful memories for me; you can’t beat the atmosphere under the floodlights.”

Griffin Park Greats: David Lane speaks to Peter Gilham  


“Shanks gave the Londoners the lead amid deafening applause. The closing stages were contested in great excitement and the result of a fine game was a merited victory for Brentford by 2 goals to 1.”

Big Book of Griffin Park: Newspaper extracts from Bristol City’s visit to Griffin Park in January 1906


“I’m in football because I love the game and enjoy working with people. I’m lucky enough to have found something that suits me.”

First, Best, Worst: From his first encounter with Dean Smith and Richard O’Kelly to the best thing about working in England, we talk to Thomas Frank about his footballing experiences


“Personally, I don’t think ‘the game’s gone’. Anything but. Instead, it has changed. And Brentford are very much ahead of the curve in that respect.”

Park Life: Nick Bruzon on the week that was


Brentford B: A recap of Brentford B’s trip to Switzerland


You’re the Boss: Returning full-back Rico Henry picks his ultimate XI


“As has been the case with many excellent players who have departed Griffin Park and been replaced with ease, you get the sense that nothing will stop Brentford on their upward curve of progression.”

Last Word: Ben Burgess discusses Dean Smith’s departure  


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