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Inside your Match Programme: Southampton

Mads for it! From the art of the long throw to facing Ivan Toney on his AFC Wimbledon debut, your #BRESOU Match Programme includes an in-depth interview with Mads Bech

6 May 2022

Now available to purchase online, Saturday’s Match Programme includes an in-depth interview with Mads Bech.

 

Mads on the art of the long throw:

“I see it as being similar to golf; if you hit it right, with the right technique, it flies. Sometimes I try to throw it hard, but it won’t travel as far. It’s about having a good feeling in your body.”

 

Facing Ivan Toney on his AFC Wimbledon debut:

“Peterborough were a top team in League One. Before the game, the coaches spoke about Ivan [Toney]: ‘They have the top scorer, he’s a good player, we need to be aware of him.’ Me and Ivan had some tough duels! We had a little fight in the game – elbows, tackles. With five minutes to go, we ended up standing face-to-face, grabbing each other’s shirts! On Ivan’s first day at Brentford, we just looked at each other and started laughing!”

 

And the pain of missing last season’s Play-Off games:

“I had to watch Bournemouth away on TV. It was terrible. I was so nervous and I couldn’t do anything about it. Of course, I’d have been nervous if I’d played the game, but in a different kind of way. When you’re sat in front of the TV, or in the stand, you can’t do anything – it’s out of your hands.”

 

Also included in Saturday’s issue:

 

  • From the Dugout: Thomas Frank’s thoughts
  • The lowdown on Southampton
  • Hot off the Press with Dan Sheldon of The Athletic
  • A Foot in Both Camps: Keith Cassells
  • A Strip Down Memory Lane
  • View from the North Stand
  • From the Archive
  • History Boys: The fans’ memories of our 1991/92 Third Division title triumph
  • Brentford B: Relive the young Bees’ London Senior Cup Final triumph
  • Coach Karleigh
  • The Last Word with Ben Burgess

 

Order online

 

Priced at £4, our sellers around the stadium are accepting contactless payments. Programmes are also available from The Bees Merchandise Kiosk on Lionel Road South and from The Bees Superstore.

Missed a game at Brentford Community Stadium this season? Fill the gaps in your programme collection here.

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