May 18 2013 Latest news:
Brentford midfielder Toumani Diagouraga believes that his side’s experience against Chelsea in the FA Cup will stand them in good stead for the play-off final against Yeovil.
Brentford chief executive Mark Devlin has admitted the fraud that some supporters have had after buyng tickets for tomorrow’s League One play-off final against Yeovil has been ‘hugely regrettable’.
On the eve of his third appearance at Wembley for a League One play-off final, Brentford defender Tony Craig revealed that he was a big fan of England leaders Stuart Pearce and Tony Adams when growing up.
Brentford manager Uwe Rosler admitted that he thought he was going to be given the sack when outgoing chairman Greg Dyke called to tell him that he was leaving the club to be appointed chairman of the Football Association.
Yeovil captain Jamie McAllister insists his side need to treat Sunday’s npower League One play-off final like an ordinary match if they are to cap a memorable season with promotion to the second tier.
Greg Dyke’s appointment as new independent chairman of the Football Association has been ratified by the organisation’s council.
Brentford Football Club will entertain Scottish Premier League winners Celtic on Saturday July 20.
Over three quarters of football fans across Europe have said that they would prefer to have safe standing sections at games.
After varying experiences at Wembley on his previous two visits as a Millwall player in the League One play-off final, Tony Craig is hoping it is third time lucky when Brentford face Yeovil at the national stadium final next week.
Brentford will face to be Premier League new boys Cardiff as they prepare for the 2013/14 season.
Andy D’Urso has been appointed as the referee for the League One Play-Off Final between Brentford and Yeovil Town.