Brentford v Wolves. Post match debrief and player ratings

31 Oct

Last time out Brentford fans… well, let’s not go there beyond saying that some sort of backlash was hoped for against Wolves on Saturday. With just Nottingham Forest and Manchester City (both on the road) to come before the World Cup, the chances for Rico Henry and Ivan Toney to stake a claim for a seat on the plane can be counted on the fingers of two , err, little fingers.

So for now time to look back. On an afternoon that ended with Brentford adding another unbeaten home notch to the Premier League belt, did anyone shine against a Wolves team who put the boot in to.. well, just in. A masterclass of anti-football straight from the big book of Bryce Samba game killing.? Have any of our bench players done sufficient to make the starting XI for the Nottingham Forest game? Will we cope without Ivan and who was star player? Who else made the top five in the season long quest to find the top Bees’ performer? 

As ever, the answers can be found here……


3 Responses to “Brentford v Wolves. Post match debrief and player ratings”

  1. Bernard Quackenbush (@BernardQuack) October 31, 2022 at 3:40 pm #

    What is it with Brentford-Wolves games. Last season we had huge delays due a clash of heads, drone & flying knickers. This year it was the Wolves physio. 13 mins additional time. Clearly the tactics from Wolves were to quiet the home crowd. Easily done, when you stop play every 5 mins for a so called injury & thus preventing us from gaining any kind of rhythm or momentum.

    Mee was my MOM too, but i felt Damsgaard brought energy and a creative push as soon as he came on. With Ivan & possibly, Jensen, out against Forest. We many be needing Damsgaard & KLP to start at the City Ground

    • Max November 1, 2022 at 9:25 am #

      I think that they would bring some much needed quality into the attacking department, also hopefully norgaard is back for at least some of the game.Big game for bees , need something if we are not going to get dragged down in a tight league.

  2. iamthesunking November 1, 2022 at 9:14 pm #

    This was such a strange game. Even though we came away with a point, something about it felt frustrating and there was just a bad feeling afterwards. One of those “teams below us” games which ought to be easy but aren’t.

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