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Inside your Matchday Programme: Leeds United

Assistant Head Coach Brian Riemer takes the spotlight in your penultimate issue of the season

22 April 2019

“We have three games left to play and it’s so important that we finish on a high because we can take that into next season. Every game matters.”

From the Dugout: Thomas Frank’s pre-Millwall thoughts

 

Match Preview: Line-ups, latest news and last-five form guide

 

In Opposition: Squad list, profiles and stats. Get clued up on our visitors  

 

Four in Focus: The Whites’ key quartet in profile

 

“Everybody knows what Bielsa is doing but, despite being forewarned, very few people have managed to get to grips with it.”

Hot off the Press: With Phil Hay of the Yorkshire Evening Post

 

Heroes and Villains: Greville Waterman looks back on some previous clashes with Leeds through the lens of two significant performances

 

History Boys: Dan Long picks out the key fixtures from Brentford’s 2008/09 title-winning season

 

“It was about as magnificent a strike as has ever been scored in a Brentford shirt, from the build-up to the execution. Like Neal’s effort, to do it at Craven Cottage, in front of The Bees faithful, made it all the sweeter.”

Park Life: Fan columnist Nick Bruzon on ‘Spygate’, Stuart Dallas and the London Senior Cup

 

“We have the opportunity to change things without damaging the Brentford way – that’s how we take this club to the next stage.”

The Brentford Way: From his route into coaching to his objectives for the remainder of the season and beyond, Assistant Head Coach Brian Riemer reveals all in an exclusive interview with BEES

 

Big Book of Griffin Park: David Lane rewinds to November 1935 for a memorable clash with Leeds United

 

You’re the Boss: Great Danes. Brian Riemer picks an ultimate XI of players he’s worked alongside

 

"I was fortunate enough to sign for Hull City and play at their new stadium; that was one of the reasons I chose to drop down to League Two instead of signing for a team higher up the pyramid. Hopefully when The Bees move into Lionel Road it will be the catalyst for the Club to take the next step forward.”

Last Word: Leaving home. Former Bees forward Ben Burgess on the pros and cons of switching stadiums

 

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