The Beesotted Brentford Pride of West London Podcast
World Cup Day Thirteen - England v Senegal - Pre-match chat with Kirsty and Andy
It’s changing rooms as Billy swaps places with Kirsty and Andy - hopefully for one match only as he checks back in at home to sort out some unfinished business (grassroots football Barnet Panthers business). A ideal opportunity to see the family for a few days whilst Kirsty and Andy - attending his ninth World Cup - jetted off to Qatar for England’s knockout match against SenegalBilly caught up with Andy and Kirsty who were on their way out the door en route to the pre-match celebrations before the big game. They discussed their early thoughts on Qatar, how much they enjoyed the Argentina v Australia match and how they think England would fare against the African sideYou can check suit Andy’s blog here https://greatescapers.wordpress.com/2022/12/03/its-just-like-supporting-brazil/You can also subscribe to us on all good podcast channels on PrideOfWest.LondonAnd buy us a beer at Beesotted.com/beer
The Brentford Revolution Edition
Brentford Football Club’s rise to the Premier League has without doubt transformed the stature of the West London club – from the bottom to the top tier of English football in little over a decade – with owner Matthew Benham ripping up the traditional football rule books along the way. Scorned for daring to do things differently, The Bees’ steady rise has made the footballing world eventually sit up, take note, then try and replicate their cutting edge blend of statistical analysis, a left-field recruitment strategy, a perfectly executed business rebrand and new stadium model… not to mention a strictly enforced ‘no dickhead’ policy. This hard-back talks to the players, head coaches, directors of football and the owner, who have made Brentford’s rise possible – all of whom share their unique experiences and the vital decisions that were made en route to the top. We also feature the experiences of Bees supporters who have shared in the journey and how they had to learn along the way. The Brentford Revolution is an essential read for anyone keen to discover just how little old Brentford became one of the most talked about clubs in football.The book's authors, Dave Lane and Tim street, are joined by Jon Restall to discuss the Brentford rise over the past decade, how the book was put together and some of the personal highlights that are contained within the pages.The Brentford Revolution is available now from https://www.legendspublishing.net/product/the-brentford-revolution or from the Brentford FC Club shop and Amazon.
World Cup Day Nine. England Through to Knockouts. Wales Post-Match Podcast From The Stands and Metro
The final group game of the World Cup for England and Wales. England needed a draw or a light defeat to progress. Wales needed to win to stand any chance of seeing the knockout roundsAnd after a drab first half, England lit up the stage with three great goals from Rashford and Foden to send Wales packing and to see them ease themselves into the next round with a matchup against SenegalBilly Grant spoke to fans in the stadium straight after the final whistle and on the metro on the way home in DohaSubscribe on all good podcast channels and write us a review pleaseIf you fancy buying us a beer, you can do at Beesotted.com/beer
World Cup Day Eight - Ghana & Cameroon Goalfest whilst Brazil Party On
Day Eight of the World Cup. Billy Grant and crew head for the Brazil party to catch up with a full day of football. Over the day, he caught up with Ecuador Fans. Cameroon fans. Brazilian fans. England fans. German fans and more for another interesting insight into fans thoughts of the Qatar World CupDont forget to check out Beesotted Global at Beesotted.com/GlobalAnd if you fancy buying us a beer, you can do at Beesotted.com/beer
World Cup Day Seven - USA v England Stalemate and Good Beach Vibrations
It's a couple of days after England drew with the USA. After having time to reflect, was that a bad result really? Does Southgate deserve the flack he's been getting?Plus we speak to fans from Japan, Senegal, Gambia and Lebanon and we get the views of locals currently living out in QatarDont forget to check out Beesotted Global at Beesotted.com/GlobalAnd if you fancy buying us a beer, you can do at Beesotted.com/beer
World Cup Day Five - pre-England v USA match catch-up
Billy Grant catches up with England fans, Ecuador fans, USA fans, Holland fans about the last few days whilst looking forward to the match against Wales.
World Cup Day Two. Saudi Shock Argentina and Mexicans Takeover Everywhere - Beesotted in Qatar
Day two of the Qatar world cup sa2 Saudi Arabi play Argentina, Denmark play Tunisia , Mexico play Poland and Australia take on FranceAnd there had to be one upset this round and we witnessed it today as Saudio Arabia can from behind to beat Argentina Billy Grant spoke to fans all over the gaff to find out more about their fan culture and Mexican fans told us why Argentina aren’t on their Christmas card list
World Cup Day One England 6 Iran 2 - Beesotted in Qatar
Beesotted have headed out to Qatar for the World Cup and Billy Grant will be capturing the vibe of the World Cup chatting to fans and locals daily in the stands and the fan parks and in the restaurants and bars of Doha every dayDay one - Billy and Supes arrive in Doha via Tel Aviv for the England v Iran match. England score six goals to really stamp their authority on group BMatchday and post match fan reactionsDont forget to subscribe on all good podcast channelsThis podcast is part of the Talksport Podcast Fan Network
"OH MY GOODNESS ME WHAT HAS HAPPENED?!" The Brentford Beat Manchester City Podcast
The Beesotted crew, that includes Dave 'Laney' Lane, Matt 'The Allard' Allard and Ali Mullaley, hooked up to bask in the continuing reflective glory of The Bees landmark win against Manchester City and relive an afternoon we will never forget... as well as discussing the less positive news that Ivan Toney has been charged with breaches of FA Rule E8 that relate alleged betting offences. We also look back at the Brentford Women's game at the Gtech on Sunday when over 5,000 fans watched them round off a double-bubble Brentford win weekend.