The weekend in three images.

16 Apr

Fulham 1 Brentford 1. As noted yesterday, the scoreline alone cannot do justice to what happened at Craven Cottage. Albeit Mark Fuller’s wonderful picture of the Brentford equaliser (which has more than been shared already on Twitter) helped. A lot. Then Sunday came and with it, Wolves all but winning the title after their 2-0 defeat of Birmingham City.

I’ve a soft spot for Wolves after they’ve gone neck and neck with Brentford over the last five seasons. From that incredible League One campaign through a run in the Championship that has now seen them ascend to the Premier league. It’s been a good natured and respectful rivalry that, should results go as we hope, may even continue next season.

So all in all, it’s been a cracking weekend of football. At both ends of the table. The aforementioned Fuller photo deserves all the plaudits. Equally, these other three that have done the rounds also help tell the story of an incredible two days……

Neal’s goal broke more than a few Fulham hearts. Don’t cry…

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How was it for you, Dean?

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Wolves v Birmingham – ten times better (at getting sent off).

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Nick Bruzon

 

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2 Responses to “The weekend in three images.”

  1. Bristol Wolf (Steve) April 16, 2018 at 1:38 pm #

    Thanks for your kind words Nick. Indeed it’s been good banter between us Wolves and Brentford over they years. I have tremendous respect for your club and how they try to play the game.

    Aren’t many thing I’ll miss about the Championship but your blogs will be one of them. Can’t think of any higher praise than to rate your articles as the Hawksbee and Jacobs of football blogs!

    Good luck for this and next season.

    • nickbruzon April 20, 2018 at 9:03 pm #

      Why thank you, Steve. Very much appreciated 🙂 Good luck yourselves. Who knows where / when paths will cross again. Hopefully in a higher place – and soon

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