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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

Thomas: "We are all proud of making history by reaching the Quarter-Final"

3 Hours ago

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Interviews

Toney: "If you can't win, don't lose, and we did that'"

26 September 2020

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First Team

Thomas Frank: "The players are definitley pushing to get into the team"

26 September 2020

Brentford Head Coach Thomas Frank says the recent positive displays in the Carabao Cup have shown that players are pushing to get themselves into the starting line-up as the side prepare for this...

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First Team

Bees Bulletin: West Bromwich Albion

23 September 2020

With Brentford progressing to the Fourth Round of the Carabao Cup with a 5-4 penalty shootout win over West Bromwich Albion, Stuart Hughes provides the latest podcast of all the action.

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