Brentford full back reveals extra motivation for beating Hartlepool

10:00 08 April 2012

Shaleum Logan insists his side do not fear anyone

Shaleum Logan insists his side do not fear anyone

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Shaleum Logan wants to claim the bragging rights over his good friend James Poole

Brentford full back Shaleum Logan has admitted that he has an extra motivation for beating Hartlepool tomorrow at Victoria Park.

The former Manchester City trainee’s good friend James Poole is with the north east club and the 23-year-old is hoping to claim some bragging rights.

“Hartlepool will think they’re favourites especially at their place,” Logan told London24.

“I’ve got a very good friend there called James Poole.

“I have banter with him every day. I don’t know if he’ll play or not. I’d love to get bragging rights over him.”

Logan has scored three goals for Brentford this season, after making 26 appearances in all competitions.

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