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 Brentford - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1431 Relocation of Syon Abbey to Brentford from Twickenham
Brentford Dock was built alongside previous important transport infrastructure as Brentford is the terminus of the Grand Union Canal, originally the Grand Junction Canal.
Brentford is a place in the London Borough of Hounslow on the River Thames in South West London. /wiki/Brentford   (1334 words)

 Brentford F.C. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As of 10 January 2006, Brentford are 3rd in the table and have reached the fourth round of the FA Cup.
The survival of Brentford FC was threatened by a projected takeover by Queens Park Rangers in the late 1960's - a bid that was only narrowly averted with an emergency loan of £104,000 - while the club continued to yo-yo between the third and fourth divisions during the next three decades.
Brentford Football Club (nicknamed the Bees or The red and white army) are an English association football club from the town of Brentford, West London and are currently playing in Football League One. /wiki/Brentford_F.C.   (836 words)

 GENUKI: New Brentford History
Brentford is a station on a loop line of the London and Southampton railway, and is connected with the Great Western railway by a branch line 4 miles long from Southall.
The living of New Brentford is a vicarage* in the diocese of London, of the value of £360, in the patronage of the Rector of Hanwell.
About the same time a friary, or hospital, for a master and several brethren, was founded in a chapel at Old Brentford, by John Somerset, chancellor of the exchequer and the king's chaplain, the site of which was given at the Dissolution to Edward, Duke of Somerset. /genuki/MDX/NewBrentford/NewBrentfordHistory.html   (820 words)

 Brentford F.C. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Brentford F.C. are an English association football club from the town of Brentford, West London and are currently playing in Football League One.
Brentford won promotion again in the 1998/99 season, but currently find themselves again playing for survival from relegation back to Division Three.
However, since the Second World War, with a depleted team, Brentford spent the next 45 years in the bottom two divisions. /Brentford_F.C.   (262 words)
Brentford were outplayed and outbattled by a Southend side who showed grit and at times class to pull away at the top of the division and drop the Bees down to fifth.
Brentford ushered in 2006 with a whimper, going down at home to a clinical counter-attacking display from pacy Colchester and two goals from on-loan winger Mark Yeates.
Brentford climbed to the top of the table with an efficient boxing day dismissal of previous leaders Swansea.   (719 words)

 Ealing Times: Sport: Brentford F.C: News
Injury-hit Brentford are desperately hoping four of their eight stricken players will be fit for Saturday's vital FA Cup tie at Stockport as victory could be worth more than £100,000 if they can earn a glamorous tie in the fourth round.
Brentford's biggest fundraiser Doug White, who has brought in £2.4million to the club, will be quitting the board in disgust at its next meeting on December 19, claiming abusive fans have driven him out.
Brentford chairman Eddie Rogers this week revealed that a mystery investor had pledged enough money to enable the fans' takeover of the club to go ahead and then called for an end of a witch-hunt involving some supporters calling for board members' heads. /sport/brentford   (674 words)

 Wigan Athletic v Brentford match report
It was all Brentford at this stage, although surprisingly it wasn`t until the 59th minute that they gained their first corner.
Brentford should have had an equaliser with six minutes left, Partridge screwing a shot wide from 10 yards after Owuse's cross had picked him out in space at the far post.
Thankfully Brentford couldn't find the back of the net, and de Zeeuw went up field to show everyone how it should be done to claim only his second goal of the season. /content/match_reports/brentford_match_report.htm   (1799 words)

 Brentford News
Brentford captain Michael Dobson has a 50-50 chance of returning after a back injury but Matt Harrold and Eddie Hutchinson are not ready for comebacks.
TABLE-toppers Brentford rode their luck to maintain their place at the summit of League One with a hard-fought victory over winless MK Dons.
BRENTFORD boss Martin Allen, determined to do anything to make his team successful, has revealed he tried to persuade England's World Cup-winning rugby union coach Sir Clive Woodward to join him at Griffin Park... /world-soccer/brentford   (529 words)

 Season 2003-2004 : Yeovil Town vs Brentford : Saturday 19th July 2003
Brentford almost pulled a goal back in the dying minutes when they struck Bittner's crossbar, but the return chance was ballooned high into the Westland Stand.
Each time Brentford thrust the ball forward, the Yeovil back line, usually in the form of the giant frame of Hugo Rodrigues, merely passed it back up field, forcing the visitors onto the back-foot where Yeovil were to force a succession of corners and free kicks.
Brentford brought down 18 players, all bar two of whom feature in their 20-man First Team squad that is listed on their Official Site, so Yeovil were facing certainly a strong West London side. /fixtures/0703-brentford-home.htm   (983 words)

 BBC SPORT Football My Club Brentford Brentford eye back-up ground plan
Brentford chairman Eddie Rogers told the Richmond and Twickenham Times the club was "seriously considering" the alternative proposal.
Whichever scheme Brentford choose, they are set to remain at their present Griffin Park ground for five years.
Brentford are eyeing a factory site as a back-up if plans to move to Lionel Road near Kew Bridge fall through. /go/rss/-/sport1/hi/football/teams/b/brentford/4108414.stm   (174 words)

 Brentford v Southampton -
Brentford were struggling to find the same amount of space as they had done in the first half and the numbers of chances they were creating dried up as Saints began to gain the upper hand.
Brentford raced into a fourth-minute lead through Eddie Hutchinson and were the more ambitious side for long periods of the first half as they pegged back their Premiership opponents with some enterprising play.
The Brentford duo were in the heat of the action a heartbeat later and stunned visiting fans by giving their side the lead with just four minutes on the clock. /matches_stats/match_reports/story_144923.shtml   (826 words)

 Brentford Properties for Sale and to Rent, Brentford Property London
Brentford is often referred to as the former county town of Middlesex, mainly because throughout most of the 18th and 19th centuries county elections were held and declared here, at The Butts.
Brentford is also served by two main line train stations, Brentford and Isleworth, both of which offer the quickest route into the very heart of London.
In terms of Housing, Brentford is one of West London's most up and coming areas as well as containing one of the best examples of English architecture from several centuries ago in the form of the Butts. /brentford.htm   (1392 words)

 Ananova - Sport - Brentford
Brentford salvaged a vital point in their fight to avoid the drop - but had to work for it in a tense 1-1 draw with Wycombe.
Brentford admit they would be willing to talk to Egyptian side Wadi Degla about a possible takeover to solve a cash crisis at Griffin Park.
Brentford's bid to avoid relegation received a timely boost as they claimed three vital points in a 2-0 win at Barnsley. /sport?keywords=Brentford&nav_src=more_on   (250 words)

 Reading FC vs Brentford on 11 March 2000
Brentford had had the greater possession by a long way, but Reading had looked the most dangerous going forward with plenty of balls driven into the area but no-one really connecting to send them into the back of the net - with a bit more room in the box we could have grabbed a couple.
Brentford's only real chance on target was a long range effort that Howie did well to tip over the bar for the corner.
Reading were direct while Brentford were content to pass the ball around all over the park without actually working it forward and penetrating. /matdoc/110300.html   (2793 words)

 Reading FC vs Brentford - 10 Feb 2001
Full credit to Brentford, their heads never dropped and gave us a good run for our money right to the final whistle, all on limited resources and an uncertain future for their club.
After lobbing the ball just over the crossbar Brentford almost took the lead moments later when Viveash was beaten - for about the only time in the game - the player broke into the box but Whitehead saved well when perhaps they should have scored.
The importance of the defence was clear during the opening twenty minutes when Brentford enjoyed most of the play. /matdoc/100201.html   (2693 words)

 Brentford FC History quiz -- free game
Brentford were the last ever winners of the 'old' third division in 1991-92, before the formation of the Premier League that scrapped the fourth division?
In 1963, Brentford beat Wrexham to set their biggest league victory.
"This is a quiz about the history of Brentford Football Club.   (133 words)

 Brentford Home
Brentford were held to a 1-1 draw by Nottingham Forest at Griffin Park...
The recent announcement that Darren Pratley's loan has been extended until the end of the season, was not only excellent news for the Club's promotion aspirations but once again a significant step in the part the supporters are playing in the future of Brentford Football Club.
LATEST MATCH REPORT BRENTFORD 1 NOTTM FOREST 1 /page/Home/0,,10421,00.html   (192 words)

 Brentford & Chiswick Civic Week Carnival
Lecture, arranged by Brentford and Chiswick Local History Society, "The geographical basis of Brentford" by Mr K. Dalton.
The cup for the best local trade tableau, presented by Market Sales Ltd, Brentford was won by J Miller and Co. Ltd.
The procession received a royal send-off from spectators at The Butts Brentford with people watching from windows.and balconies of houses and flats. /carnival.html   (742 words) Brentford Team Page
Brentford chairman Eddie Rogers has vowed to review the club's ticketing policy due to the segregation row which threatens to overshadow their FA Cup fifth-round clash with Southampton.
The Football Association have rejected claims by Brentford they had told the club they would be entitled to 15% of the ticket allocation for Saturday's FA Cup fifth-round clash at Southampton.
Brentford manager Martin Allen believes the cool heads his players showed under pressure at Hillsborough means they can overcome Sheffield Wednesday tonight. /team?id=337&cc=5739   (277 words)

 Brentford (H)
Not many of Brentford’s breaks looked as though it would end up with the ball in the back of the Latics net.
That was probably the closest Brentford came all through the game to scoring.
The corner resulted in being played straight to a Brentford defending, a chronic case of poor training ideas. /Colosseum/Stadium/4377/brtfrd-h.html   (1217 words)

 Property for sale & rent - Brentford properties
"Brentford is an excellent area to live in, it's handy for all transport, trains, buses and underground......
"With the impending departure of Brentford football ground......
"Brentford is situated on the opposite side of the river from Kew....... /area0011.html   (265 words)

 Brentford Walk to Hartlepool! - Unofficial Hartlepool News and Views
Like Pools, Brentford are surrounded by bigger clubs - Chelsea, Fulham and QPR are virtually on their doorstep while the likes of Arsenal attract a fair number of local fans - and, almost inevitably, Man Utd have followers there as well.
Brentford to Hartlepool is more than ten times that distance, in fact it's not much less than 300 miles from Griffin Park to Victoria Park - the equivalent of something like eleven Marathons back to back.
For more information about the walk from Brentford to Hartlepool, and for details on how to make a donation, visit /main/s84/st66802.htm?fromrss=1   (882 words)

 Brentford Women's Homepage
Brentford are set to enjoy the long term security and comfort of Avenue Park, Viking's home ground in Greenford, whilst the players, coaches, managers and support staff on both sides will merge together to create something bigger and better than either could have achieved individually.
All areas of the Brentford Football in the Community programme continue to develop with 50 qualified sports coaches working in the local community all year round.
Viking will give up their name in favour of Brentford's and the new club will enjoy the support of the Brentford in the Community programme, as well as Brentford FC itself.   (258 words)

 Brentford Toy Library
Welcome to the Brentford Toy Library, a play group for residents of Brentford and Chiswick (visitors from the surrounding areas also welcome).
Membership is open to all children under 5 who live in Brentford and Chiswick for £3.00 per year.
Brentford Toy Library is a member of 'Playmatters' the National Association of Toy and Leisure Libraries   (113 words) - Rediscovering the magic
Brentford striker Deon Burton is hoping to rediscover the magic of The FA Cup, eight years after he first tasted it!
Brentford go into the game against high-flying Luton without injured winger Alex Rhodes, who twisted his knee in the recent League victory over Walsall.
Brentford striker Deon Burton will be up against an in-form Luton side. /TheFACup/TheFACup/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/2005/01/FAC3_LutonvBrentford_Preview.htm   (462 words)

 The Internet Football Grounds Guide - Griffin Park, Brentford FC
Brentford is famous for being the only ground in England that has a pub at every corner of the ground.
It is known affectionately by the Brentford fans as the 'Wendy House' and after a campaign by local supporters this stand now no longer houses away fans.
The nearest train station is Brentford, which is around five minutes walk away from the ground. /town/park/yfh45/brentford.htm   (1388 words)

 Brentford Cruising Club
Based in Brentford Dock Marina, West London, BCC is a friendly, active and well established club, offering river cruising, social events and training programs.
A relaxed afternoon was spent walking, eating, and drinking, and contemplating a serene sunset from the calm of The Grapes - a special moment of profound philosophical rumination enhanced by Adnams bitter.
We are just putting together the new and exciting events list for 2006.   (764 words)

 BRENTFORD - Online Information article about BRENTFORD
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In 1o16 Brentford, or, as it was often called Braynford, was the See also:
earl of Forth, was made earl of Brentford, a See also: /BOS_BRI/BRENTFORD.html   (669 words)
Brentford face possibly their most testing week of the campaign: Southend, Forest and Huddersfield in just seven days.
Brentford fan and author, Christopher Dawes, has written a very interesting article on The Bees on his new website.
Brentford's players will be kicking themselves that poor finishing, cost them two points against Forest. /?sid=915   (333 words)

Brentford Girls are coached by a team of coaching staff, two of whom are former youth team players themselves.
Brentford FC (please note that although anyone can register, to gain access to the forums you will need a password from myself or lisa in person, the womens and the girls sections have been given seperate passwords)
The Clubhouse is available to hire free of charge to Brentford players and their families so let us know if you would like to hold a party at the Club.   (1067 words)

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