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🗣 David Titov: "It’s a good vibe and a friendly place to be"

The full back discusses the win over Celtic reserves

27 November 2019

Brentford B defender David Titov says there is a good vibe amongst the dressing room having picked up another win when the young Bees took on Celtic reserves on Tuesday.

A positive trip to Spain saw some encouraging performances prior to the international break and David was pleased with the way the side picked up from where they left off.

He explained: “Everyone is buzzing, everyone is laughing and enjoying playing together so it’s a good vibe and a friendly place to be. It’s always nice to have lots of games, that’s why we’re footballers.

“It was a good challenge (v Celtic) and they had some really good players, with some from the first team, and they pushed us to the very last minute.”

Coming up against a strong Celtic side saw the young Bees have to defend well in the opening encounters before they hit the hosts on the counterattack, and David felt the team performed strongly as a unit.

He continued: “We had to get ourselves into the game, so it was a bit of a slow start. We kept a good shape and kept a clean sheet through that little period and then we slowly grew into the game and became a threat.

With the goals coming from Arthur Read and a Jaden Brissett penalty, David was pleased to play a hand in the first goal as he burst down the right to find Read, who slotted home.

He said: “I saw I had a lot of time and they had a high line, so I thought why not try and run in behind? They played a lovely ball through for me and I just managed to set Arthur nicely for a good finish.”

Brentford B now turn their attentions to a trip to Harrow Borough on Tuesday 3 December as they take part in London Senior Cup action.

Harrow Borough currently compete in the BetVictor Southern Premier South and have had a steady start to the 2019/20 season. Harrow had a bye for the first round of the competition this season, therefore this will be their first match in the London Senior Cup of the 2019/20 campaign.

Tickets for the match are priced at £12 for adults, £6 for concessions and £2 for under-16s. Visiting supporters are welcome to use the facilities in the social club at Harrow Borough where hot and cold food, as well as drinks, can be purchased from the bar.


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