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Callum Taylor, London24’s Brentford blogger
Friday, December 16, 2011
“There could also be a few Manchester City fans in the away end to support Uwe and the boys as City don’t play until Sunday afternoon where they take on Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium.”
Brentford have done well away from home so far this season.
They are unbeaten on the road since the first away game of the season which was a 2-0 defeat to Sheffield United.
Since then, they have won five and drawn three.
Two of the five wins have come from their two visits to Manchester-based sides Oldham and Rochdale. Brentford head up the M6 once again this Saturday, with a trip to Bury which is located in a 10 mile radius of both Oldham and Rochdale.
Uwe Rosler’s side will be looking to make it three wins from three trips to Manchester this season and could possibly have a stronger away following than usual, even if it is the last game before Christmas.
Bury are offering all fans tickets for just £5 per person.
There could also be a few Manchester City fans in the away end to support Uwe and the boys as City fans loved Rosler during his time at the club.
It helps that Manchester City don’t play until Sunday afternoon where they take on Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium.
So can The Bees give their fans an early Christmas present?