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Inside your Matchday Programme: Barnet

Behind the cover of your reduced-price BEES

5 February 2019

“It was an extremely tough test at The Hive last Monday and I’m sure that tonight’s fixture will be no different. The Non-League game is often associated with direct and physical play but our opponents this evening break the mould. Barnet play a high-pressing, possession-based game and we know that only a top performance will see us advance to the next round.”

From the Dugout: with Saturday’s victory over Blackburn Rovers extending Brentford’s unbeaten run to nine matches, the boss is hoping to keep the momentum going with progression in the Cup 

 

#BARBRE Gallery: the pick up the pics from an entertaining encounter at The Hive

 

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 ones to watch this evening

 

“For Barnet it’s not just about the money, it’s also about the glamour of trying to get a result against a team higher up the footballing pyramid.”

Hot Off the Press: with Will Evans of iBarnet

 

Heroes + Villains: Greville Waterman looks at two players who have made their mark on this fixture

 

“We’re expecting another proper cup tie at Griffin Park and the fans can help us a lot – what the Barnet fans did for them, our fans can do for us.”

Family Business: BEES sat down with Josh Dasilva at Brentford’s Jersey Road training ground to discuss his footballing journey

 

“I just wish we could have got into the Play-Offs after the FA Cup run – I think if we’d gone up that season things could have been very different for Brentford Football Club. The fixture backlog and the Mickey Mouse Cup run cost us dear; there were too many games at the end of the season, and it was impossible to keep the momentum going.”

Griffin Park Greats: from a prolific partnership with Gary Blissett to working with Steve Perryman, Richard Cadette sat down with David Lane to discuss his time in TW8

 

Park Life: fan columnist, Nick Bruzon, on birthdays, Blackburn and rail replacement services

 

BeeTeam: activities to keep your young Bee occupied

 

“I still cringe when I think about how I used to go into Graeme Souness’s office and tell him I wanted First Team football. He must have thought, ‘Who is this guy?’”

Last Word: former Bees forward discusses an emerging trend in the transfer market

 

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