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Luke Stopforth

Head of Performance Analysis

Luke started his career with Crystal Palace in the Performance Analysis department after completing a bachelor's degree at the University of Chichester and then a master's degree in Cardiff. 

During this time he was also working on his coaching as a football coach at soccer camps for youngsters between the age of six to 18. In 2010, he became the lead analyst of UWIC men's football team before moving to Brentford a year later. 

He joined in June 2011, becoming a First Team Performance Analyst under then then-head-of-department Neil McIlhargey. With Neil moving to Rangers with Mark Warburton in 2015, Luke stepped into the lead role with The Bees and has been in charge ever since.

Interviews

Fredrik Hammar talks about goal in Wycombe win

2 Hours ago

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Galleries

📸A Tough Thursday in the Tyrol

11 July 2019

Our week-long Training Camp in Austria is drawing to a close but that didn't mean life got any easier for the players this afternoon as they were put through a gruelling two-hour training session in...

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Club News

Peter Gilham's Tyrolean Blog: Day One

7 July 2019

Another year and another overseas pre-season training camp to look forward to. How times change. Talking to my old mate Wally Downes on Friday night, we were looking back to the pre-season camps of...

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Players

Ethan Pinnock joins from Barnsley

2 July 2019

Brentford have completed the signing of central defender Ethan Pinnock from Barnsley for an undisclosed fee. The 26-year-old London-born defender completed a medical earlier today, Tuesday 2 July, and...

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