Tag Archives: London Transport

Different sport, same result as Samuel L Jackson misses a trick

27 Oct

After following Brentford to Bolton on Saturday, Sunday saw a trip to Wembley for the NFL (American football) game between the Atlanta Falcons and Detroit Lions. Despite being a totally different sport to the one we call football and they call soccer, a visit to that stadium can only end in one thing – bitter defeat.

To read the rest of this article, season 2014/15 is now available to download onto Kindle (and other electronic reading device) in full. Containing additional material and even some (poor) editing, you can get it here for less than the cost of a Griffin Park matchday programme or Balti Pie.

 Thanks for reading and all your comments over the course of the season. For now, I need to make more space on the site for any follow up. However, ‘close season’ will continue in full, further along.


Mind the gap

29 Apr

Today’s Brentford FC Last Word is cancelled due to the tube strike. That’s another thing you can blame (or, more likely, thank) the RMT for.

Instead, here is a picture of the prototype ‘Buzz’ mascot to enjoy. Back in a day or so.








Everything to gain at The Bescot for Warbs’ record breakers.

18 Jan

Brentford go into today’s game at Walsall on a run of form that has been as well documented as the fact that Sam Saunders once worked for London Transport.

For those football fans who have, proverbially, been living on the moon/under water (delete as applicable) then the simple facts are that Brentford, currently top of League One, have won 13 of their last 14 games. As interesting, a win at Walsall today will equal our club record of nine consecutive league wins.

To read the rest of this article, season 2013/14 is now available to download onto Kindle, in full. Containing previously unseen content, you can do so here for less than the cost of one matchday programme.

 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.