Bring on Wolves – Bees skittle Crewe to make it 6 in a row

17 Nov

Well that was simply stunning.

For the second Saturday in a row, Brentford ran out 5-0 home winners as Crewe were blown away like an empty crisp packet caught in a storm. It really was as dominant a performance as you could hope to see and will have made the rest of League One sit up and take notice – if they weren’t already.

This, of course, made it six successive wins and, with Wolves taking over at the top of the table, it sets things up beautifully for Saturday’s trip to Molineux. The gloves really are off now (or back on, in the case of Clayton Donaldson) and doesn’t it promise to be a Battle Royale?

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 Thanks for reading over the course of the campaign. For now I need to make space on this page for any follow up.  The ‘close season’ / World Cup columns continue in full, further on in this site.

4 Responses to “Bring on Wolves – Bees skittle Crewe to make it 6 in a row”

  1. johnwolf November 17, 2013 at 11:48 am #

    Wow you beat little Crewe yipee! I bet our lads are crapping themselves, the mighty brentford r coming, a club that has won SFA, done SFA apart from exist.
    Win, lose or draw on Saturday you are and always will be the shit beneath our feet.
    By the way we are waiting for your arrival!!!!!! Now **** off.

    • nickbruzon November 17, 2013 at 4:16 pm #

      Whilst Brentford aren’t affiliated with the Scottish Football Association we are, likewise, looking forward to visiting Wolverhampton on Saturday.

  2. These are the days February 16, 2014 at 2:50 pm #

    Johnwolf, stop being a complete bellend. We (Wolves) are where we are on own merit. We’re not too good for the league and no team ever will be. They are in the league for a reason or many reasons in our case.

    Nevertheless, the comment you made means you are in the category of some Wolves fans I meet. You’re either aged 12-16 or a proper bellend. The latter probably true.

    We will welcome Brentford, the league leaders, with open arms and then hopefully wallop them, but have a bit of class Johnwolf and give them the respect they have earnt.

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  1. The top ten moments of season 2013-14 | BrentfordFC - May 2, 2014

    […] . This was a sign we we really were on the way. It was our sixth win in a row and, genuinely, WAS a thrashing. Crewe were lucky to avoid a 7(seven) – 0 bracketing as the rampant Bees closed in on the League […]

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