2013–14 Brentford F.C. season

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Brentford F.C.
2013–14 season
Chairman Cliff Crown
Owner Matthew Benham
Manager Mark Warburton
(10 December 2013 – present)
Uwe Rösler
(until 7 December 2013)
League One 2nd (Promoted)
FA Cup 2nd Round
League Cup 2nd Round
Football League Trophy 2nd Round
Top goalscorer League: Clayton Donaldson (17)
All: Clayton Donaldson (18)
Highest home attendance 11,393
(3 May 2014 v Stevenage)
Lowest home attendance 5,705
(19 October 2013 v Colchester United)
Average home league attendance 7,715
Home colours
Away colours

The 2013–14 season saw Brentford return to the Championship after a 21-year absence, securing promotion from League One with three games of the season remaining and breaking their league points record.[1]

Season Review[edit]

Pre-season[edit]

Brentford began their pre-season with an intensive training tour in Germany. Matches against Einheit Rudolstadt and FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt saw all available players get a run out, along with triallists Martin Fillo (FC Viktoria Plzeň), Daniel Müller (ex-Bayern Munich II) and assistant manager Alan Kernaghan.[2][3] The domestic matches began with a home win against Millwall and a defeat to Scottish Premiership champions Celtic.[4][5] Conference South opposition Boreham Wood gave Rösler the opportunity to test some of the development squad players along with new and existing squad members, before an exciting final game saw Brentford come from behind to beat Premier League side Cardiff City 3–2 at Griffin Park.[6][7]

August[edit]

The opening game of the 2013–14 season saw Shaleum Logan score a 22-yard goal as Brentford drew 1–1 with newly promoted Port Vale.[8] Three days later a team which saw ten starting line-up changes emerged 3–2 winners over Dagenham & Redbridge in the League Cup, with a brace from Farid El Alagui on his first competitive start in 10 months.[9] In the subsequent second round draw, Brentford were drawn away to Derby County.[10] The first League One home game of the season ended in a 3–1 victory over Sheffield United leaving Brentford 7th in the table. Adam Forshaw opened the scoring with a shot from outside the penalty area, which was followed by two-second half goals from Will Grigg. Grigg had the opportunity to claim a hat trick on his home debut, but his 79th minute penalty was saved.[11] The next game at Gillingham saw ex-Bees Leon Legge, Myles Weston and Stuart Nelson hold Brentford to a 1–1 draw under the guidance of ex-manager Martin Allen. Substitute El Alagui rifled home Harlee Dean's headed pass to score his third goal in three appearances.[12]

Everton loanee Conor McAleny was stretchered off after 5 minutes during the home league game against Walsall which forced a reshuffle of Brentford's formation. Clayton Donaldson scored his first goal of the season, heading in from Shaleum Logan's cross extending Brentford's 100% home record.[13] In the second round of the League Cup, Championship side Derby County put five goals past another vastly changed Brentford side without reply. Development squad member Josh Clarke was handed his first team debut, with colleague Alfie Mawson also making his debut as a second-half substitute. Brentford finished the month with a 0–0 draw at home to Carlisle United in a game which saw captain Tony Craig receive a straight red card after bringing down goal bound David Amoo in the second half. Brentford, with the bulk of the possession, had a vast array of shots and Toumani Diagouraga did find the back of the net, but the goal was not given due to jostling in the goal area.[14]

Adam Forshaw's goal against Sheffield United was voted Brentford's Goal of the Month for August.[15][16]

September[edit]

Transfer deadline day saw the return of Marcello Trotta to the club on loan from Fulham and the signing of Raphaël Calvet from French side AJ Auxerre.[17] The first round of the Football League Trophy saw Brentford's first competitive game against AFC Wimbledon. A first half goal from El Alagui left the score at 1–0 at the break. He added another in the second half and along with goals from Luke Norris, Ben Nugent and Javi Venta (all scoring their first goals for the club) the team had a 5–1 lead after 69 minutes. AFC Wimbledon attempted a late comeback clawing back two goals, but it was Brentford who progressed to the second round with a 5–3 victory.[18] Against Bradford City at Valley Parade, David Button brought down Nahki Wells on the edge of the penalty area in the 26th minute of the game and received a straight red card. Substitute goalkeeper Jack Bonham was immediately brought on to make his League debut for the club, but Bradford capitalised on the advantage and finished 4–0 winners.[19]

Martin Taylor and João Carlos Teixeira joined the club as the loan window opened, the latter having been a target for Serie A side Bologna.[20][21] For the Tranmere Rovers game Richard Lee returned to the Brentford goal after injury and replaced David Button who was suspended after his sending off against Bradford City.[22] Brentford started strong and scored twice in the first 15 minutes through Martin Taylor and Clayton Donaldson (Taylor's goal believed to be the fastest goal scored by a debutant for Brentford in the league).[23] Tranmere got a goal back just before halftime and came out dominant in the second half with Adam Dugdale scoring to level the game. Donaldson added another for Brentford before Tranmere again equalised in the 90th minute with a strike from substitute Cole Stockton. The game looked to be heading for a draw until Dugdale handled in the area to concede a penalty which Adam Forshaw converted to give Brentford their first away win. Teixeira came on as a second-half substitute for George Saville to make his league debut.

In a televised match Leyton Orient arrived at Griffin Park with a 100% league record and left with their record intact. Shaleum Logan brought down Dave Mooney in the second half and the striker stepped up to convert the penalty. Orient substitute Shaun Batt then added a second with his first touch of the match on the 85th minute. A crowd of just over 2,600 watched Brentford win 2–0 against Coventry City at their temporary home, Sixfields Stadium. Clayton Donaldson grabbed the first goal, flicking over the keeper after Cyrus Christie missed his clearance, and Martin Taylor confirmed the win, heading in a cross from Sam Saunders in the second half, leaving Brentford in 10th place at the end of the month.

October[edit]

October started with a home defeat to Rotherham United. David Button returned in goal following suspension but couldn't prevent an early goal from Mark Bradley settling the match.[24] Brentford bowed out of the Football League Trophy with a defeat away to Peterborough United. An early own goal from Martin Taylor gave the home side the lead, and the lead was doubled in the second half when debutant Raphaël Calvet brought down Nathaniel Mendez-Laing in the box and the resulting penalty was converted by Grant McCann. Ben Nugent scored a late consolation goal but it wasn't enough to stop Brentford exiting the competition.[25]

Brentford slumped to their 4th league defeat of the season following a 2–1 defeat at Stevenage which saw Jonathan Douglas return to the team after injury. Donaldson put Brentford ahead in the 13th minute to score his 5th of the campaign, but Stevenage responded swiftly through Francois Zoko. Zoko doubled his tally 11 minutes later which was enough to secure victory for the Boro and leave the Bees 11th place in the table.[26] After going a goal down against Colchester United a third straight league defeat seemed to be on the cards before three goals in eleven minutes turned the game. Marcello Trotta levelled the score in the 76th minute before George Saville netted his first league goal to put the Bees ahead. Kadeem Harris scored the third goal on his club debut following his loan from Cardiff City, and guaranteed the points and the win.[27]

The next game away to Bristol City saw Richard Lee return to the starting line up in goal for Brentford. City started strong and had the better of the first half, but the second half introduction of Sam Saunders for Kadeem Harris changed the game for the visitors as he became both scorer and provider. Saunders' 79th minute shot was deflected past the City keeper to put the Bees ahead and seven minutes later Clayton Donaldson was on hand to volley in a corner from the substitute. Marlon Harewood scored an injury-time consolation goal but was unable to prevent the extension of City's winless streak to 21 games.[28] A crowd of 9,783 descended on Griffin Park to watch Brentford beat Shrewsbury Town and move up to 5th place in the league table. Marcello Trotta volleyed home the only goal of the game in the 18th minute giving the team their third win in eight days.[29]

November[edit]

Brentford began November with an away win at Crawley Town. Kyle McFadzean tripped Kadeem Harris in the Crawley box to concede a penalty which Adam Forshaw converted to score his third goal of the season. Ex-Bee Marcus Gayle's Staines Town were Brentford's opponents in the first round of the 2013–14 FA Cup. Ben Nugent started in place of the suspended Harlee Dean and goals from Alan McCormack, Jake Reeves, Kadeem Harris, Marcello Trotta and Clayton Donaldson sealed a 5–0 win for the Bees.[30] Crewe Alexandra were the next visitors to Griffin Park and they departed on the wrong end of another 5–0 scoreline. Crewe defended well until the deadlock was broken on the 43rd minute by Marcello Trotta with a long range header. Brentford came out for the second half strong and immediately added a second through Forshaw. George Saville increased the lead in the 58th minute before Donaldson netted twice bringing his league goal tally to eight.[31]

February 1993 was the last time that Brentford had visited Molineux and it was the venue for the Bees 17th league fixture of the season. The 0–0 scoreline was a fair reflection of the solid defensive displays by both sides, and although Wolves had the greater possession, Brentford notched up more on-target shots and remained 4th in the league table.[32] Brentford's unbeaten run continued three days later with a 3–2 victory over Peterborough United. An early own goal from Gabriel Zakuani gave the Bees a one nil lead at the break, but Peterborough came back and gained the lead with goals from Jack Payne and Britt Assombalonga in the 59th and 60th minutes. The visitors defended their lead well until a reshuffle of the Brentford team led to an equaliser from George Saville (later attributed to Will Grigg[33]), with the comeback completed in the 87th minute via Donaldson.[34]

Two changes were made to the unbeaten starting eleven for the visit to Notts County with Toumani Diagouraga coming in for Saville in midfield and Will Grigg replacing Trotta up front. County had the better of the first half until Grigg fired home in the 44th minute and Brentford held on to the lead to secure their seventh win in the last eight league matches.[35]

December[edit]

Striker Paul Hayes departed after 16 months with the club, his contract being terminated by mutual agreement[36] Off the field, Hounslow Council approved the club's application for a new 20,000 seater stadium and community facility at Lionel Road, due to open in time for the start of the 2016/17 season.[37] Uwe Rösler was named the League One Manager of the Month for November after guiding the team to 13 points out of a possible 15 as it was announced the that club had 'reluctantly' agreed to give the manager permission to talk to Wigan Athletic about their vacant managerial position.[38][39]

It was announced shortly before the FA Cup 2nd Round match at Carlisle United that Rösler had left the club to take up the role at Wigan with Assistant Manager Alan Kernaghan, First Team Coach Peter Farrell and Sporting Director Mark Warburton taking over the team in the interim.[40][41] The temporary management team were unable to extend the teams unbeaten run as they were beaten 2–3 and exited the cup competition. After going a goal down before the break an own goal from Pascal Chimbonda levelled the score, but two goals from Lee Miller put the home team ahead. A late consolation from Farid El Alagui gave the Bees some hope but Carlisle defended well in the closing minutes to protect their win.[42][43] Mark Warburton was announced as the new manager on 10 December, initially until the end of the season.[44][45] His career got off to a good start with a home win against Oldham Athletic.[46] Jonathan Douglas headed a late winner for the Bees to score his first of the season.[46] Alan Kernaghan and Peter Farrell departed the club to join Rösler at Wigan while ex-Sheffield United manager David Weir was announced as Brentford's new Assistant Manager.[47]

Clayton Donaldson was brought down by goalkeeper Declan Rudd in the 22nd minute against Preston North End and the resulting penalty was converted by Adam Forshaw. Marcello Trotta added a second three minutes later, while substitute Sam Saunders chested down and volleyed home in the second half to guarantee the win.[48] Brentford briefly held first place in the league table following their 3–2 win over Swindon Town in an early match on Boxing Day before wins from both Wolves and Leyton Orient restored the table to the order at the start of the day.[49] The team came back from behind twice with Trotta scoring the winner in the 77th minute.[49]

The final game of 2013 saw the Bees entertain MK Dons at Griffin Park on 29 December.[50] Clayton Donaldson opened the scoring in the 2nd minute and the lead was extended soon after half time with goals from Trotta and Saunders.[50] Ex-Bee Lee Hodson grabbed a goal back for MK but the home team held on for the win, and with Wolves and Leyton Orient drawing against each other Brentford leapfrogged them both to end 2013 on top of League One.[50]

January[edit]

Adam Forshaw scored one penalty and missed another, Sam Saunders scored for the fourth consecutive match and Clayton Donaldson grabbed his twelfth league goal of the season as Brentford beat Peterborough on New Years Day.[51] The result extended Brentford's unbeaten run to thirteen games which included twelve victories.[51] The run was extended with a home win against Port Vale on 11 January and Brentford broke a club record by winning 8 league games in row for the first time.[52] The absence of Forshaw, Dean and Douglas saw Shaleum Logan, Kevin O'Connor and new signing Alan Judge drafted into the side and Marcello Trotta opened the scoring on thirty minutes with a strike from 25 yards.[52] Brentford came out strong in the second half but Vale could not be broken until the 88th minute when substitute Will Grigg netted his 5th of the season.[52] The eight match winning streak came to an end with a hard fought draw against Walsall which gave Leyton Orient the chance to leapfrog the team and claim the top spot in League One.[53] Donaldson headed home in the thirtieth minute meeting a Jake Bidwell cross but Craig Westcarr equalised on the stroke of half time to level the score.[53]

Gillingham were the opponents at Griffin Park for the televised match on a wet and windy Friday night on 24 January.[54] Jonathan Douglas put the home side ahead on the 22nd minute with a perfectly timed run to meet a Jake Bidwell cross.[54] In the second half Tony Craig was brought down in the Gillingham box, and with regular penalty taker Adam Forshaw injured Marcello Trotta stepped up to put the demons of last season behind him and converted to put the Bees 2–0 up.[54] Gillingham replied 3 minutes later and increased the pressure for the remainder of the game, but Brentford held on for the win.[54] The following Tuesday Brentford were at home again, this time to Bristol City.[55] The Bees went ahead early on when a Bidwell cross was sliced into his own net by Aden Flint, but ex-Bee Karleigh Osborne fired home an equaliser three minutes later to level the score.[55] City continued to pile on the pressure until a shot from Alan Judge found its way into the net to put the home side ahead once more.[55] Judge was also involved in what was to be the winning goal when he slotted a pass through the City defence to Marcello Trotta who scored his ninth league goal of the season and extended Brentford's unbeaten streak to 17 league games.[55]

February[edit]

The unbeaten streak continued into February with a 1–1 draw away to Shrewsbury.[56] With a strong wind affecting play the first half finished goalless but the Bees used the advantage of the wind behind them in the second half to increase the pressure on the Shrews.[56] Marcello Trotta was brought down in the box and stepped up to take the resulting penalty.[56] Shrewsbury goalkeeper Chris Weale was able to get a hand to the shot, only to see Trotta follow up and fire home.[56] Brentford pushed for a second, but in the final minutes a break by Shrewsbury saw Tom Eaves level the score.[56] The home match against Crawley Town and the away fixture against Sheffield United were both postponed due to waterlogged pitches, but Brentford remained top of the league as Leyton Orient lost both their corresponding games and Wolves also suffered a postponement.[57][58][59] Three powerful strikes saw off Crewe at Alexandra Stadium.[60] Alan Judge netted two, one in each half, and Adam Forshaw added the third in front of a crowd of just under 5,000.[60]

Promotion rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers arrived at Griffin Park on 22 February to partake in a six-pointer as first played second.[61] Despite starting the game strong, Brentford conceded late in the first half with the visitors capitalising with a brace in the second, bringing to an end the Bees 19 game unbeaten run and moving them down two places to third in the league table.[61]

March[edit]

Injuries to first choice defenders Harlee Dean and Alan McCormack saw Nico Yennaris and débutante James Tarkowski start as Brentford travelled to Carlisle.[62] The match, in which both teams had good chances to score, ended in a 0–0 draw leaving Brentford in third position as Leyton Orient and Wolves both won.[62] After a quiet first half against Bradford, Clayton Donaldson fired home from outside the box to put the home team ahead.[63] George Saville added a second to hand the Bees a 2-0 win.[63] Three days later Brentford entertained Tranmere at Griffin Park.[64] James Tarkowski scored his first goal for the club with a powerful second half header before Donaldson wrapped up the win twelve minutes later.[64] The match against early league leaders and promotion rivals Leyton Orient was an early kick off to accommodate the live TV broadcast.[65] Marcello Trotta netted in first half injury time what turned out to be the only goal of the match, and 10-man Brentford held on for the win following the sending off of James Tarkowski early in the second half, moving the team up to 2nd place in the league.[65]

Brentford recorded their fourth straight win against Coventry at home on 22 March.[66] Callum Wilson put the visitors ahead following a spilled save by David Button, but Donaldson and Trotta both scored to leave the Bees ahead at the break after Alan Judge had missed a penalty.[66] Alan McCormack scored his first league goal for the club with a powerful run and a deft chip over the Coventry goalkeeper.[66] Alan Judge conceded a penalty early into the away game at in-form Rotherham which was converted by Kieran Agard.[67] Agard added a second before half time, and Haris Vuckic confirmed defeat for the Bees in the final minute of the match.[67] Brentford finished the month with a goalless away draw to Oldham.[68]

April[edit]

April began with a midweek trip away to Sheffield United.[69] Marcello Trotta was brought down in the Blades box by Kieron Freeman and referee Eddie Ilderton immediately pointed to the penalty spot and showed a red card to the defender.[69] However following consultation with his assistant Ilderton waved Freeman back on the pitch and rescinded the penalty decision, instead awarding a dropball.[69] The match finished goalless and resulting point helped the Bees hold on to second position in the league table[69] Four days later at Griffin Park visitors Notts County were reduced to 10 men soon after the 30 minute mark when Haydn Hollis brought down Clayton Donaldson in the penalty box.[70] Adam Forshaw slotted home the penalty and Alan Judge scored either side of the break to put the Bees 3-0 up.[70] Ex-Brentford loanee Jimmy Spencer grabbed a consolation goal for the visitors, but Brentford gained their first win in four matches.[70]

Brentford recorded their highest points tally in the league history (87 points) as Jonathan Douglas headed the only goal in the home victory against Crawley.[71] The following fixture away to Swindon saw David Button save a first half penalty when Alan McCormack was adjudged to have brought down Alex Pritchard in the Brentford box.[72] Just before the break Douglas was dispossessed on the edge of the Brentford area by Louis Thompson who slotted home to score what would be the only goal of the match.[72]

With four matches of the season remaining Brentford could mathematically secure promotion if they won against Preston, Leyton Orient lost to Crawley and Rotherham either drew or lost to Wolves. Brentford started well with Alan Judge converting a penalty after George Saville was brought down.[1] A second penalty awarded in the second half was scuffed by Judge as he slipped during his run up, but despite a late surge from Preston, Brentford held on for the win.[1] As word spread around Griffin Park that Orient had lost and Rotherham were losing, fans flooded onto the pitch to celebrate, but a late comeback from Rotherham prevented confirmation of the promotion. Brentford's 21-year wait to return to the 2nd tier was confirmed a few minutes later as Wolves scored two late goals to beat Rotherham 6-4.[1]

Brentford's quest to claim the league title came to an end with a late equaliser from Izale McLeod in the game against MK Dons.[73] James Tarkowski had put Brentford ahead before the break and Clayton Donaldson grabbed his 17th league goal of the season in the 59th minute.[73] MK got back into the game through a Stephen Gleeson penalty and McLeod netted a last minute equaliser to hand the League One title to Wolves.[73] The team suffered a promotion hangover with a 4-1 defeat at Colchester on 26 April[74] After going three goals down, Stuart Dallas grabbed one back for the Bees, before Freddie Sears restored the three goal advantage.[74]

May[edit]

The season finale at home to already relegated Stevenage saw Brentford emerge as 2-0 winners with goals from Stuart Dallas and Alan Judge.[75] Kevin O'Connor came on as a substitute for Tony Craig in the 26th minute to make his 500th appearance for the club.[75] A season highest attendance of 11,393 stayed behind after the final whistle to see the team presented with a trophy for finishing runners up in League One.[76]

Season Events[edit]

Pre season[edit]

German Training Camp Friendlies[edit]

      Win       Draw       Loss       Postponed

Domestic Friendlies[edit]

League One[edit]

League results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
46 28 10 8 72 43 +29 94 19 1 3 44 17 +27 9 9 5 28 26 +2

Source: Football League

Results and position by round[edit]

Round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46
Ground A H A H H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H H A A H A H H A H A A A H H A H A A H
Result D W D W D L W L W L L W W W W W D W W W W W W W W D W W D W L D W W W W L D D W W L W D L W
Position 12 7 6 4 4 8 8 10 10 10 11 11 7 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Source: BFC
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.

League table[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Promotion or relegation
1 Wolverhampton Wanderers (C) (P) 46 31 10 5 89 31 +58 103 Promotion to 2014–15 Football League Championship
2 Brentford (P) 46 28 10 8 72 43 +29 94
3 Leyton Orient 46 25 11 10 85 45 +40 86 Qualification to League One play-offs
4 Rotherham United (P) 46 24 14 8 86 58 +28 86
5 Preston North End 46 23 16 7 72 46 +26 85

Updated to games played on 3 May 2014.
Source: BBC Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
Coventry City deducted 10 points for exiting administration without a CVA
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.

Matches[edit]

      Win       Draw       Loss       Postponed

August[edit]

September[edit]

October[edit]

November[edit]

December[edit]

January[edit]

February[edit]

March[edit]

April[edit]

May[edit]

Matchday Squads[edit]

Date Opposition V Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
03/8/13 Port Vale A 1–1 Button O'Connor(c) Dean Logan Bidwell McAleny1 Forshaw2 McCormack Saville Donaldson Grigg Bonham Nugent Venta Saunders Fillo1 Reeves2 Hayes
10/8/13 Sheff Utd H 3–1 Button Craig(c) Dean Logan Bidwell McAleny1 Forshaw McCormack2 Saville Donaldson Grigg3 Bonham O'Connor Venta Saunders Fillo1 Reeves2 El Alagui3
17/8/13 Gillingham A 1–1 Button Criag(c) Dean Logan Bidwell1 Diagouraga2 Forshaw McCormack Saville Donaldson Grigg3 Bonham O'Connor Venta1 Saunders Fillo McAleny2 El Agagui3
24/8/13 Walsall H 1–0 Button Craig(c) Dean Logan Barron McAleny1 Forshaw McCormack Saville Donaldson Fillo2 Bonham O'Connor Venta Saunders3 Diagouraga Reeves2 El Alagui13
31/8/13 Carlisle H 0–0 Button Craig(c) Dean Logan Barron Saunders2 Forshaw McCormack Saville3 Donaldson El Alagui1 Bonham O'Connor Dallas Fillo Diagouraga3 Reeves2 Grigg1
7/9/13 Bradford City A 0–4 Button Craig(c) Dean Logan O'Connor(c) Reeves Forshaw Fillo Saville2 Donaldson Trotta1 Bonham1 Venta Nugent Saunders Dallas2 Diagouraga El Alagui
14/9/13 Tranmere A 4–3 Lee Craig(c) Dean Logan Taylor Diagouraga Forshaw McCormack1 Saville3 Donaldson Grigg2 O'Brien O'Connor Fillo1 Reeves Teixeira3 El Alagui Trotta2
23/9/13 Leyton Orient H 0–2 Lee Craig(c) Dean Logan Taylor Diagouraga Forshaw McCormack3 Fillo1 Donaldson Grigg2 O'Brien O'Connor Dallas3 Reeves Teixeira1 El Alagui Trotta2
29/9/13 Coventry A 2–0 Lee Craig(c) Dean Logan Taylor Diagouraga Forshaw McCormack3 Fillo1 Donaldson Grigg2 O'Brien O'Connor Saunders1 Reeves3 Teixeira El Alagui2 Trotta
5/10/13 Rotherham H 0–1 Button Craig(c) Dean Logan Taylor Diagouraga2 Forshaw McCormack3 Saunders Donaldson Trotta1 Lee Saville3 Nugent Fillo Douglas Grigg1 El Alagui2
12/10/13 Stevenage A 1–2 Button Taylor1 Dean Logan3 Bidwell Diagouraga Forshaw McCormack(c) Douglas Donaldson Trotta2 Lee Craig1 El Alagui Saville3 Fillo Nugent Norris2
19/10/13 Colchester H 3–1 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Grigg2 Forshaw1 Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta3 Lee Saunders1 El Agagui3 Logan Diagouraga Harris2 Nugent
22/10/13 Bristol City A 2–1 Lee Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Harris2 Forshaw Douglas Saville Donaldson Grigg1 O'Brien Saunders2 El Alagui Logan Diagouraga Trotta1 Taylor
26/10/13 Shrewsbury H 1–0 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Harris1 Forshaw3 Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta2 Lee Saunders1 El Alagui Grigg3 Logan Diagouraga2 Taylor
2/11/13 Crawley Town A 1–0 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Harris2 Forshaw Douglas Saville1 Donaldson Trotta3 Lee Saunders2 El Alagui Grigg3 Logan Diagouraga1 Nugent
16/11/13 Crewe H 5–0 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Harris1 Forshaw3 Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta2 O'Brien El Alagui2 Grigg1 Logan Diagouraga Reeves3 Nugent
23/11/13 Wolves A 0–0 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Harris1 Forshaw Douglas Saville3 Donaldson Trotta2 Lee Saunders2 El Alagui Grigg1 Logan Diagouraga3 Nugent
26/11/13 Peterborough H 3–2 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Harris2 Forshaw Douglas Saville3 Donaldson Trotta1 Lee Saunders3 El Alagui2 Grigg1 Logan Diagouraga Fillo
30/11/13 Notts County A 1–0 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack2 Bidwell Harris3 Forshaw Douglas Diagouraga1 Donaldson Grigg Lee Saunders3 El Alagui Logan2 Saville1 Nugent Trotta
14/12/13 Oldham H 1–0 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Harris1 Forshaw Douglas Saville3 Donaldson Grigg2 Lee O'Connor Saunders1 El Alagui3 Logan Reeves Trotta2
21/12/13 Preston NE A 3–0 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Harris1 Forshaw Douglas Saville3 Donaldson Trotta2 Lee O'Connor Saunders1 El Alagui Grigg2 Logan Reeves3
26/12/13 Swindon Town H 3–2 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Saunders2 Forshaw Douglas Grigg1 Donaldson Trotta3 Lee O'Connor El Alagui3 Logan Dallas1 Diagouraga Reeves2
29/12/13 MK Dons H 3–1 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack2 Bidwell Saunders Forshaw1 Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta3 Lee O'Connor El Alagui3 Logan2 Dallas1 Fillo Diagouraga
1/1/14 Peterborough A 3–1 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Saunders2 Forshaw Douglas1 Reeves3 Donaldson Trotta Lee O'Connor El Alagui Logan3 Dallas2 Fillo Diagouraga1
11/1/14 Port Vale H 2–0 Button Craig O'Connor(c) Logan Bidwell Saunders2 McCormack Judge1 Saville Donaldson Trotta Lee Barron Grigg2 Dallas Fillo Diagouraga Reeves1
18/1/14 Walsall A 1–1 Button Craig O'Connor(c) McCormack Bidwell Judge1 Grigg2 Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta3 Lee Logan1 Dallas3 Diagouraga Reeves Akpom2 Adams
24/1/14 Gillingham H 2–1 Button Craig O'Connor(c) Logan Bidwell Judge McCormack Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta1 Lee Grigg Dallas Diagouraga Reeves Akpom1 Adams
28/1/14 Bristol City H 3–1 Button Criag O'Connor(c) Logan Bidwell Judge3 McCormack1 Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta2 Lee Grigg3 Dallas Diagouraga Reeves1 Akpom2 Yennaris
1/2/14 Shrewsbury A 1–1 Button Craig(c) Dean Yennaris1 Bidwell Judge3 McCormack Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta2 Lee O'Connor Forshaw1 Grigg3 Dallas Reeves Akpom2
15/2/14 Crewe A 3–1 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Judge3 Forshaw2 Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta1 Lee O'Connor Grigg1 Dallas3 Reeves2 Tarkowski Yennaris
22/2/14 Wolves H 0–3 Button Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Judge Forshaw Douglas Saville1 Donaldson Trotta Lee O'Connor Grigg1 Dallas Reeves Tarkowski Yennaris
1/3/14 Carlisle A 0–0 Button Craig Tarkowski Yennaris Bidwell Judge Forshaw Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta1 Lee O'Connor Grigg1 Fillo Reeves Calvet Hutton
8/3/14 Bradford H 2–0 Button Craig Tarkowski McCormack Bidwell Judge Forshaw1 Douglas Saville Donaldson3 Grigg2 Lee O'Connor Dallas3 Fillo Reeves1 Yennaris Trotta2
11/3/14 Tranmere H 2–0 Button Craig Tarkowski McCormack Bidwell Judge3 Reeves Douglas Saville2 Donaldson Grigg1 Lee O'Connor Forshaw2 Dallas Yennaris Trotta1 Adams3
15/3/14 Leyton Orient A 1–0 Button Craig Tarkowski McCormack Bidwell Judge Forshaw Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta1 Lee Dean1 Grigg Dallas Reeves Yennaris Adams
22/3/14 Coventry H 3-1 Button Craig Dean McCormack Bidwell Judge3 Reeves2 Douglas Saville1 Donaldson Trotta Lee O'Connor Forshaw2 Grigg Dallas3 Yennaris1 Adams
25/3/14 Rotherham A 0-3 Button Craig Dean McCormack Bidwell Judge3 Forshaw1 Douglas Reeves Donaldson Trotta2 Lee O'Connor Grigg2 Dallas Tarkowski Yennaris1 Adams3
29/3/14 Oldham A 0-0 Button Yennaris2 Dean Tarkowski Bidwell Judge3 Forshaw Douglas McCormack Donaldson Grigg1 Lee O'Connor Craig Dallas3 Diagouraga2 Reeves Trotta1
1/4/14 Sheff Utd A 0-0 Button Craig Tarkowski McCormack Bidwell Judge2 Forshaw Douglas Diagouraga1 Donaldson Trotta Lee Dean Grigg Dallas2 Saville1 Reeves Yennaris
5/4/14 Notts County H 3-1 Button Craig Tarkowski1 McCormack Bidwell Judge Forshaw2 Douglas Diagouraga Donaldson3 Dallas Dean1 Grigg3 Bonham Saville2 Reeves Yennaris Trotta
8/4/14 Crawley H 1-0 Button Craig Tarkowski McCormack Bidwell Judge2 Forshaw3 Douglas Saville1 Donaldson Dallas O'Connor Dean Grigg Bonham Diagouraga3 Reeves1 Trotta2
12/4/14 Swindon A 0-1 Button Craig Tarkowski McCormack Bidwell3 Judge Forshaw Douglas Diagouraga1 Donaldson Trotta2 Lee Dean Grigg3 Dallas2 Saville1 Reeves Yennaris
18/4/14 Preston H 1-0 Button Craig Tarkowski McCormack Bidwell Judge Dallas2 Douglas Saville3 Donaldson Trotta1 Lee O'Connor Grigg2 Diagouraga3 Reeves1 Yennaris Adams
21/4/14 MK Dons A 2-2 Button Craig Tarkowski1 Yennaris Bidwell Judge2 Forshaw Douglas3 Dallas Donaldson Grigg Lee O'Connor1 Saville2 Diagouraga3 Reeves Trotta Adams
26/4/14 Colchester A 1-4 Button Craig Tarkowski McCormack3 Yennaris2 Judge Dallas Douglas Saville Donaldson Trotta1 Lee O'Connor3 Grigg Diagouraga Reeves Adams1 Clarke2
3/5/14 Stevenage H 2-0 Button Craig1 Tarkowski McCormack Bidwell Judge Dallas Douglas Saville3 Donaldson2 Reeves Lee O'Connor1 Grigg Diagouraga Yennaris3 Trotta2 Adams

1 1st Substitution, 2 2nd Substitution, 3 3rd Substitution
Source: brentfordfc.co.uk

Score overview[edit]

Opposition Home score Away score Double
Bradford City 2–0 0–4 No
Bristol City 3–1 2–1 Yes
Carlisle United 0–0 0–0 No
Colchester United 3–1 1–4 No
Coventry City 3-1 2–0 Yes
Crawley Town 1-0 1–0 Yes
Crewe Alexandra 5–0 3–1 Yes
Gillingham 2–1 1–1 No
Leyton Orient 0–2 1–0 No
Milton Keynes Dons 3–1 2-2 No
Notts County 3-1 1–0 Yes
Oldham Athletic 1–0 0-0 No
Peterborough United 3–2 3–1 Yes
Port Vale 2–0 1–1 No
Preston North End 1-0 3–0 Yes
Rotherham United 0–1 0–3 No
Sheffield United 3–1 0-0 No
Shrewsbury Town 1–0 1–1 No
Stevenage 2-0 1–2 No
Swindon Town 3–2 0–1 No
Tranmere Rovers 2–0 4–3 Yes
Walsall 1–0 1–1 No
Wolverhampton Wanderers 0–3 0–0 No

FA Cup[edit]

Matches[edit]

      Win       Draw       Loss       Postponed

Matchday Squads[edit]

Date Opposition V Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
9/11/13 Staines Town H 5–0 Button Craig(c) Nugent McCormack Bidwell Harris3 Reeves Douglas1 Saville Donaldson Trotta2 Saunders El Alagui3 Grigg2 Logan Fillo Diagouraga1 O'Brien
7/12/13 Carlisle United A 2–3 Lee Craig(c) Dean McCormack Bidwell Diagouraga1 Forshaw Grigg Saville3 Donaldson Trotta2 Button Saunders3 El Alagui2 Logan Fillo Reeves1 Nugent

1 1st Substitution, 2 2nd Substitution, 3 3rd Substitution
Source: brentfordfc.co.uk

League Cup[edit]

Matches[edit]

      Win       Draw       Loss       Postponed

Matchday Squads[edit]

Date Opposition V Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
06/8/13 Dagenham & Redbridge H 3–2 Bonham O'Connor(c)1 Barron Venta Nugent Saunders Dallas Fillo Reeves Oyeleke2 Hayes Button Craig1 Pierre Adams Clarke El Alagui2 Norris
27/8/13 Derby County A 0–5 Bonham O'Connor(c) Barron1 Venta Nugent Saunders3 Dallas Diagouraga Reeves El Alagui2 Clarke O'Brien Saville Mawson3 Pierre1 Adams Miller-Rodney Norris2

1 1st Substitution, 2 2nd Substitution, 3 3rd Substitution
Source: brentfordfc.co.uk

Football League Trophy[edit]

Matches[edit]

      Win       Draw       Loss       Postponed

Matchday Squads[edit]

Date Opposition V Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
4/9/13 AFC Wimbledon H 5–3 Button O'Connor(c) Barron3 Logan2 Nugent Saunders Dallas Saville1 Diagouraga El Alagui Norris O'Brien Venta2 Bidwell Reeves1 Pierre3
8/10/13 Peterborough United A 1–2 Button Bidwell Calvet Taylor2 Craig Saville Douglas Saunders3 Fillo1 Diagouraga Trotta El Alagui3 Logan Reeves Nugent2 Clarke1

1 1st Substitution, 2 2nd Substitution, 3 3rd Substitution
Source: brentfordfc.co.uk

First Team squad[edit]

Last updated on 31 May 2014.

Squad No. Name Nationality Position Date of birth (age) Signed from Signed in Contract Ends Apps. Goals Notes
Goalkeepers
1 Richard Lee England GK (1982-10-05) 5 October 1982 (age 32) Watford 2010 2015 86 0
16 Jack Bonham England GK (1993-09-14) 14 September 1993 (age 21) Watford 2013 2015 3 0
27 David Button England GK (1989-02-27) 27 February 1989 (age 26) Charlton Athletic 2013 2015 45 0
21 Liam O'Brien England GK (1991-11-30) 30 November 1991 (age 23) Unattached 2013 2014 0 0
Defenders
3 Scott Barron England LB (1985-09-02) 2 September 1985 (age 29) Millwall 2012 2014 22 0
5 Tony Craig England LB / CB (1985-04-20) 20 April 1985 (age 30) Millwall 2012 2015 103 0
6 Harlee Dean England CB (1991-07-26) 26 July 1991 (age 23) Southampton 2012 2016 117 5
14 Shaleum Logan England RB / RW (1988-01-29) 29 January 1988 (age 27) Manchester City 2011 2014 104 5
24 Jake Bidwell England LB / LW (1991-03-21) 21 March 1991 (age 24) Everton 2013 2016 116 0
25 Raphaël Calvet France CB (1994-02-07) 7 February 1994 (age 21) AJ Auxerre 2013 2016 1 0
26 James Tarkowski England CB (1992-11-19) 19 November 1992 (age 22) Oldham Athletic 2014 2014 13 2
35 Alfie Mawson England LB / CB (1994-01-19) 19 January 1994 (age 21) Trainee 2012 2014 1 0
Midfielders
2 Kevin O'Connor (captain) Republic of Ireland CM / AM / RW / RB / CB (1982-02-24) 24 February 1982 (age 33) Trainee 1999 2015 500 44
4 Adam Forshaw England RW / CM / AM (1991-10-08) 8 October 1991 (age 23) Everton 2012 2016 100 11
7 Sam Saunders England AM (1983-08-29) 29 August 1983 (age 31) Dagenham & Redbridge 2009 2015 165 24
8 Jonathan Douglas Republic of Ireland DM (1981-11-12) 12 November 1981 (age 33) Swindon Town 2011 2015 141 9
12 Alan McCormack Republic of Ireland CM / CB (1984-01-10) 10 January 1984 (age 31) Swindon Town 2013 2015 45 2
15 Stuart Dallas Northern Ireland AM (1991-04-19) 19 April 1991 (age 24) Crusaders 2012 2016 32 2
17 George Saville England LW / CM (1993-06-01) 1 June 1993 (age 21) Chelsea 2013 2014 44 3 On loan from Chelsea
18 Alan Judge Republic of Ireland AM (1988-11-11) 11 November 1988 (age 26) Blackburn Rovers 2014 2014 22 7 On loan from Blackburn Rovers
19 Martin Fillo Czech Republic RW (1986-02-07) 7 February 1986 (age 29) FC Viktoria Plzeň 2013 Jun 2014 9 1 On loan from FC Viktoria Plzeň
20 Toumani Diagouraga France CM (1987-06-09) 9 June 1987 (age 27) Peterborough 2010 2015 176 7
22 Jake Reeves England CM (1993-05-30) 30 May 1993 (age 21) Trainee 2011 2015 46 1
28 Nico Yennaris England RW / RB (1993-05-24) 24 May 1993 (age 22) Arsenal 2014 2016 8 0
30 Emmanuel Oyeleke England RW (1992-12-24) 24 December 1992 (age 22) Trainee 2010 2014 3 0
32 Charlie Adams England LW / CM (1994-05-16) 16 May 1994 (age 21) Trainee 2011 2014 4 0
34 Josh Clarke England RW (1995-07-01) 1 July 1995 (age 19) Trainee 2011 2014 3 0
36 Tyrell Miller-Rodney England CM (1994-04-23) 23 April 1994 (age 21) Trainee 2011 2014 0 0
38 Louis Hutton England CM (1994-09-09) 9 September 1994 (age 20) Manchester City 2014 2015 0 0
Forwards
9 Clayton Donaldson England ST (1984-02-07) 7 February 1984 (age 31) Crewe Alexandra 2011 2014 156 53
10 Farid El Alagui Morocco ST (1985-08-28) 28 August 1985 (age 29) Falkirk 2012 2014 30 9
11 Will Grigg Northern Ireland ST (1991-07-03) 3 July 1991 (age 23) Walsall 2013 2016 36 5
29 Marcello Trotta Italy ST (1992-09-29) 29 September 1992 (age 22) Fulham 2013 2014 69 22 On loan from Fulham
33 Luke Norris England ST (1993-06-03) 3 June 1993 (age 21) Trainee 2010 2014 4 1
Players who appeared during the 2013/14 season but departed before the end of the season
18 Javi Venta Spain RB (1975-12-13) 13 December 1975 (age 39) Villareal 2013 2013 4 1 Contract Terminated
23 Paul Hayes England ST (1983-09-20) 20 September 1983 (age 31) Charlton Athletic 2012 2013 33 6 Contract Terminated
23 Chuba Akpom England ST (1995-10-09) 9 October 1995 (age 19) Arsenal 2014 2014 4 0 Returned to Arsenal
25 Conor McAleny England ST (1992-08-12) 12 August 1992 (age 22) Everton 2013 2013 4 0 Returned to Everton
26 João Carlos Teixeira Portugal CM (1993-01-18) 18 January 1993 (age 22) Liverpool 2013 2013 2 0 Returned to Liverpool
26 Kadeem Harris England LW (1993-06-08) 8 June 1993 (age 21) Cardiff City 2013 Jan 2014 11 2 Returned to Cardiff City
28 Ben Nugent England CB (1993-07-23) 23 July 1993 (age 21) Cardiff City 2013 Jan 2014 5 2 Returned to Cardiff City
31 Aaron Pierre England LB (1993-02-17) 17 February 1993 (age 22) Trainee 2011 2014 3 0 Joined Wycombe Wanderers
38 Martin Taylor England CB (1979-11-09) 9 November 1979 (age 35) Sheffield Wednesday 2013 2013 6 2 Returned to Sheffield Wednesday

Source: soccerbase.com
Italic: denotes player is no longer with team

Coaching staff[edit]

Last updated 10 January 2014

Name Role
England Mark Warburton Manager
Scotland David Weir Assistant Manager
England Frank McParland Sporting Director
England Simon Royce Goalkeeping Coach
England Ben Wood Physiotherapist
England Neil Greig Head of Medical
England Bob Oteng Kit Man

Statistics[edit]

Appearances and goals[edit]

Last Updated 31 May 2014

No. Pos Nat Player Total League One FA Cup League Cup FL Trophy
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 GK England Richard Lee 5 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
2 DF Republic of Ireland Kevin O'Connor 12 0 6+3 0 0 0 2 0 1 0
3 DF England Scott Barron 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0
4 MF England Adam Forshaw 40 8 36+3 8 1 0 0 0 0 0
5 DF England Tony Craig 48 0 43+1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0
6 DF England Harlee Dean 33 0 30+2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
7 MF England Sam Saunders 22 5 6+11 5 0+1 0 2 0 2 0
8 MF Republic of Ireland Jonathan Douglas 37 3 35 3 1 0 0 0 1 0
9 FW England Clayton Donaldson 48 18 46 17 2 1 0 0 0 0
10 FW Morocco Farid El Alagui 18 6 1+11 1 0+2 1 1+1 2 1+1 2
11 FW Northern Ireland Will Grigg 36 5 16+18 5 1+1 0 0 0 0 0
12 MF Republic of Ireland Alan McCormack 45 2 43 1 2 1 0 0 0 0
14 DF England Shaleum Logan 19 1 14+4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
15 MF Northern Ireland Stuart Dallas 21 2 6+12 2 0 0 2 0 1 0
16 GK England Jack Bonham 3 0 0+1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0
18 DF Spain Javi Venta 4 1 0+1 0 0 0 2 0 0+1 1
20 MF France Toumani Diagouraga 24 0 10+9 0 1+1 0 1 0 2 0
21 GK England Liam O'Brien 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
22 MF England Jake Reeves 25 1 6+14 0 1+1 1 2 0 0+1 0
23 FW England Paul Hayes 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
24 DF England Jake Bidwell 41 0 38 0 2 0 0 0 1 0
25 DF France Raphaël Calvet 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
26 DF England James Tarkowski 13 1 13 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
27 GK England David Button 45 0 42 0 1 0 0 0 2 0
28 MF England Nico Yennaris 8 0 5+3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
30 MF England Emmanuel Oyeleke 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
31 DF England Aaron Pierre 2 0 0 0 0 0 0+1 0 0+1 0
32 MF England Charlie Adams 3 0 0+3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
33 FW England Luke Norris 3 1 0+1 0 0 0 0+1 0 1 1
34 MF England Josh Clarke 3 0 0+1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
35 DF England Alfie Mawson 1 0 0 0 0 0 0+1 0 0 0
36 MF England Tyrell Miller-Rodney 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
38 MF England Louis Hutton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Players featured for Brentford on loan this season:
17 MF England George Saville 44 3 33+7 3 2 0 0 0 2 0
18 MF Republic of Ireland Alan Judge 22 7 22 7 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 MF Czech Republic Martin Fillo 9 1 4+3 0 0 0 0+1 1 1 0
23 ST England Chuba Akpom 4 0 0+4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 FW England Conor McAleny 4 0 3+1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 MF Portugal João Carlos Teixeira 2 0 0+2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 MF England Kadeem Harris 11 2 9+1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0
28 DF England Ben Nugent 5 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 1+1 2
29 FW Italy Marcello Trotta 40 13 28+9 12 2 1 0 0 1 0
38 DF England Martin Taylor 6 2 5 2 0 0 0 0 1 0

Source: brentfordfc.co.uk
Italic: denotes player is no longer with team

Goalscorers[edit]

No. Pos Player FL1 FAC LC FLT Total
9 FW Clayton Donaldson 17 1 0 0 18
29 FW Marcello Trotta 12 1 0 0 13
4 MF Adam Forshaw 8 0 0 0 8
10 FW Farid El Alagui 1 1 2 2 6
18 MF Alan Judge 7 0 0 0 7
7 MF Sam Saunders 5 0 0 0 5
11 FW Will Grigg 5 0 0 0 5
8 MF Jonathan Douglas 3 0 0 0 3
17 MF George Saville 3 0 0 0 3
38 DF Martin Taylor 2 0 0 0 2
28 DF Ben Nugent 0 0 0 2 2
26 MF Kadeem Harris 1 1 0 0 2
14 DF Shaleum Logan 1 0 0 0 1
19 MF Martin Fillo 0 0 1 0 1
33 FW Luke Norris 0 0 0 1 1
18 DF Javi Venta 0 0 0 1 1
22 MF Jake Reeves 0 1 0 0 1
15 MF Stuart Dallas 2 0 0 0 2
Own Goal(s) 2 1 0 0 3
Totals 72 7 3 6 88

Source: brentfordfc.co.uk
Italic: denotes player is no longer with team


Disciplinary record[edit]

No. Pos Player Yellow card.svg Red card.svg
5 DF Tony Craig 6 1
4 MF Adam Forshaw 5 1
26 DF James Tarkowski 3 1
27 GK David Button 1 1
6 DF Harlee Dean 10 0
12 MF Alan McCormack 9 0
17 MF George Saville 9 0
20 MF Toumani Diagouraga 5 0
8 MF Jonathan Douglas 5 0
9 FW Clayton Donaldson 5 0
18 MF Alan Judge 5 0
7 MF Sam Saunders 3 0
29 FW Marcello Trotta 3 0
14 DF Shaleum Logan 2 0
24 DF Jake Bidwell 2 0
28 MF Nico Yennaris 2 0
10 FW Farid El Alagui 1 0
2 MF Kevin O'Connor 1 0
25 DF Raphaël Calvet 1 0
22 MF Jake Reeves 1 0
15 MF Stuart Dallas 1 0
Totals 80 4

Source: brentfordfc.co.uk
Italic: denotes player is no longer with team

Management[edit]

Name Nat From To Record All Comps Record League
P W D L W % P W D L W %
Mark Warburton England 10 December 2013 present 27 18 5 4 66.67| style="text-align:center" |27 18 5 4 66.67
Caretaker Management Team1 7 December 2013 10 December 2013 1 0 0 1 00.00| style="text-align:center" |0 0 0 0 !
Uwe Rösler Germany 10 June 2011 7 December 2013 24 14 4 6 58.33| style="text-align:center" |19 11 4 4 57.89

1Alan Kernaghan, Peter Farrell & Mark Warburton
Source: brentfordfc.co.uk

Competition summary by month[edit]

Last Updated 8 April 2014

Summary League One FA Cup League Cup League Trophy
Month Pd W D L F A Pt W D L F A Pt W D L F A W D L F A W D L F A
August 7 3 3 1 9 10 9 2 3 0 6 3 9 1 0 1 3 7
September 5 3 0 2 11 12 6 2 0 2 6 9 6 1 0 0 5 3
October 6 3 0 3 8 7 9 3 0 2 7 5 9 0 0 1 1 2
November 6 5 1 0 15 2 13 4 1 0 10 2 13 1 0 0 5 0
December 5 4 0 1 12 6 12 4 0 0 10 3 12 0 0 1 2 3
January 5 4 1 0 11 4 13 4 1 0 11 4 13
February 3 1 1 1 4 5 4 1 1 1 4 5 4
March 7 4 2 1 8 4 14 4 2 1 8 4 14
April 7 3 2 2 8 8 11 3 2 2 8 8 11
May 1 1 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 2 0 3
Total 52 31 10 11 88 58 94 28 10 8 72 43 94 1 0 1 7 3 1 0 1 3 7 1 0 1 6 5

Transfers & Loans[edit]

Last Updated 31 May 2014

Players transferred in
Date Pos. Name Previous Club Fee Ref.
12 June 2013 GK Republic of Ireland Jack Bonham England Watford Free [77]
17 June 2013 DF England Jake Bidwell England Everton Undisclosed [79]
23 June 2013 MF Republic of Ireland Alan McCormack England Swindon Town Free [80]
1 July 2013 FW Northern Ireland Will Grigg England Walsall £325,000 (plus add ons) [84][176]
11 July 2013 DF Spain Javi Venta Spain Villareal Free [86]
30 July 2013 GK England David Button England Charlton Athletic Free [91]
15 August 2013 GK England Liam O'Brien Unattached Free [94][138]
2 September 2013 DF France Raphaël Calvet France AJ Auxerre Undisclosed [99]
27 January 2014 MF England Nico Yennaris England Arsenal Undisclosed [140]
31 January 2014 DF England James Tarkowski England Oldham Athletic Undisclosed [143]
Players loaned in
Date from Pos. Name From Date to Ref.
24 June 2013 MF England George Saville England Chelsea May 2014 [81][130]
12 July 2013 MF Czech Republic Martin Fillo Czech Republic FC Viktoria Plzeň May 2014 [87]
25 July 2013 FW England Conor McAleny England Everton 6 January 2014 (Ended 2 September 2013 due to injury) [89][100]
1 August 2013 DF England Ben Nugent England Cardiff City 5 January 2014 [92][127]
2 September 2013 FW Italy Marcello Trotta England Fulham May 2014 [98][130]
10 September 2013 DF England Martin Taylor England Sheffield Wednesday 4 November 2013 [20][106][113]
10 September 2013 MF Portugal João Carlos Teixeira England Liverpool 5 January 2014 (Ended 8 October 2013 by mutual agreement) [101][107]
19 October 2013 MF England Kadeem Harris England Cardiff City 5 January 2014 [108]
8 January 2014 MF Republic of Ireland Alan Judge England Blackburn Rovers May 2014 [131]
9 January 2014 ST England Chuba Akpom England Arsenal 10 February 2014 [133][147]
Players transferred out
Date Pos. Name Subsequent club Fee Ref
28 June 2013 ST England Antonio German England Gillingham Free [82]
1 July 2013 MF England Harry Forrester England Doncaster Rovers Undisclosed [85]
30 July 2013 GK England Simon Moore England Cardiff City Undisclosed [90]
27 May 2014 2013 DF England Aaron Pierre England Wycombe Wanderers Undisclosed [173]
Players loaned out
Date from Pos. Name To Date to Ref.
9 August 2013 MF England Emmanuel Oyeleke England Aldershot Town 28 January 2014' [93][123][142]
4 October 2013 DF England Alfie Mawson England Maidenhead United 28 November 2013 [103]
4 October 2013 FW England Paul Hayes England Plymouth Argyle 2 November 2013 [104][112]
5 October 2013 MF Northern Ireland Stuart Dallas England Northampton Town 23 December 2013 [105][114][124]
18 October 2013 FW England Luke Norris England Northampton Town 4 January 2014 [109][126]
15 November 2013 GK England Jack Bonham England Arlesey Town 8 February 2014 [117][125][146]
28 November 2013 DF England Aaron Pierre England Cambridge United 4 January 2013 [119][128]
28 November 2013 DF England Alfie Mawson England Luton Town 10 January 2013 [120][135]
28 November 2013 MF England Joe Maloney England Burnham May 2014 [121]<[134]
4 December 2013 MF England Josh Clarke England Maidenhead United 4 January 2014 [122][129]
8 January 2014 FW Morocco Farid El Alagui Scotland Dundee United May 2014 [132]
23 January 2014 FW England Luke Norris England Dagenham & Redbridge May 2014 [139][153][162]
30 January 2014 DF England Shaleum Logan Scotland Aberdeen May 2014 [141]
31 January 2014 MF England Alfie Mawson England Welling United 26 April 2014 [144]
11 February 2014 MF England Charlie Adams England Barnet 10 March 2014 [148][156]
17 February 2014 MF France Toumani Diagouraga England Portsmouth 26 March 2014 [150][159][163]
17 February 2014 MF England Josh Clarke England Braintree Town 12 March 2014 [151]
21 February 2014 MF England Tyrell Miller-Rodney England Maidenhead 27 March 2014 [152][164]
28 February 2014 DF England Aaron Pierre England Wycombe Wanderers May 2014 [155][166]
27 March 2014 MF England Emmanuel Oyeleke England Aldershot Town May 2014 [165]
Players released
Date Pos. Name Subsequent club Join date Ref.
28 May 2013 GK France Antoine Gounet [177]
30 September 2013 DF Spain Javi Venta [102]
3 December 2013 FW EnglandPaul Hayes Scunthorpe United 17 December 2013 [36][178]

Bold denotes current loan

Kit[edit]

For the 2013–14 season adidas return as kit manufacturers having previously supplied kits in the early 1980s. For the 2nd consecutive year local transport company SKYex is the kit sponsor.

Supplier: adidas
Sponsor(s): Skyex.co.uk

Home
Home1
Away
Goalkeeper
Goalkeeper1

Source: Bees Superstore

1 Alternate Kit

Development squad[edit]

Squad[edit]

Last updated on 5 December 2013.

Name Nationality Position Date of birth (age) Previous Club Signed in Contract Ends Notes
Goalkeepers
Aaron Pierre England LB (1993-02-17) 17 February 1993 (age 22) Fulham 2011 2014
Alfie Mawson England LB / CB (1994-01-19) 19 January 1994 (age 21) Reading 2010 2014
Kieran Morris England CB (1995-06-26) 26 June 1995 (age 19) Stourbridge 2013 2014 [179]
Raphaël Calvet France CB (1994-02-07) 7 February 1994 (age 21) AJ Auxerre 2013 2016
Jack Uttridge England CB (1995-01-14) 14 January 1995 (age 20) Histon 2013 2014
Midfielders
Emmanuel Oyeleke England RW (1992-12-24) 24 December 1992 (age 22) QPR 2010 2014
Josh Clarke England RW (1995-07-05) 5 July 1995 (age 19) Academy 2011 2014
Tyler Miller-Rodney England CM (1994-04-23) 23 April 1994 (age 21) Academy 2011 2014
Joe Maloney England CM (1995-03-21) 21 March 1995 (age 20) Academy 2013 2014 On loan at Burnham
Louis Hutton England CM Manchester City 2014 2015
Forwards
Luke Norris England ST (1993-06-03) 3 June 1993 (age 21) Hitchin Town 2010 2014 On loan at Dagenham & Redbridge

Source: brentfordfc.co.uk
Italic: denotes player is no longer with team

Professional Development League Two South Division[edit]

League Table[edit]

Matches played up to 31 May 2014

Table[edit]
Pos Club Pld W D L F A GD Pts Qualification
1 Cardiff City U21s 18 11 3 4 29 22 +7 36 Knockout stage
2 Queens Park Rangers U21s 18 9 4 5 33 26 +7 31
3 Crystal Palace U21s 18 9 3 6 37 25 +12 30
4 Bristol City U21s 18 7 6 5 34 23 +11 27
5 Millwall U21s 18 7 3 8 26 31 −5 24
6 Charlton Athletic U21s 18 5 8 5 25 25 0 23
7 Brighton & Hove Albion U21s 18 6 5 7 26 27 −1 23
8 Swansea City U21s 18 6 4 8 23 24 −1 22
9 Brentford U21s 18 5 3 10 25 40 −15 18
10 Ipswich Town U21s 18 3 5 10 18 33 −15 14

Matches[edit]

      Win       Draw       Loss       Postponed

Matchday Squads[edit]

Date Opposition V Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
20/8/13 Bristol City DS H 2–1 Jack Bonham Alfie Mawson Ben Nugent Aaron Pierre Josh Clarke Jake Reeves Toumani Diagouraga Tom Field1 Charlie Adams Luke Norris Paul Hayes Melvin Minter Joe Maloney Freddie Champion Issac Layne Tyrell Miller-Rodney1
16/9/13 Brighton DS A 1–2 Liam O'Brien Raphaël Calvet Alfie Mawson Ben Nugent Aaron Pierre Stuart Dallas Tyrell Miller-Rodney Jonathan Aspas Juncal1 Josh Clarke Paul Hayes Luke Norris Charlie Adams1 Joe Taylor Joe Maloney Richard Bryan
30/9/13 Charlton DS H 4–2 David Button Raphaël Calvet Ben Nugent Aaron Pierre Scott Barron Stuart Dallas Jake Reeves Jonathan Douglas Joao Teixeira Luke Norris Marcello Trotta Alfie Mawson Josh Clarke Joe Taylor Charlie Adams Tyrell Miller-Rodney
14/10/13 Cardiff DS A 1–3 Jack Bonham George Pilbeam Alfie Mawson Aaron Pierre Scott Barron Josh Clarke Jake Reeves Tyrell Miller-Rodney Charlie Adams Luke Norris Farid El Alagui Montell Moore Kieran Morris Melvin Minter Richard Bryan Joe Maloney
22/10/13 QPR DS A 0–4 Jack Bonham Raphael Calvet Arron Pierre Jake Reeves Ben Nugent Alfie Mawson Martin Fillo Tyrell Miller-Rodney Montell Moore Charlie Adams Josh Clarke Joe Maloney Melvin Minter George Pilbeam Kojo Awotwi
5/11/13 Crystal Palace DS H 1–2 Jack Bonham Raphaël Calvet Ben Nugent Aaron Pierre Shaleum Logan Jake Reeves Joe Maloney Martin Fillo Charlie Adams Josh Clarke Will Grigg Aalfie Mawson Melvin Minter Kieran Morris
26/11/13 Ipswich Town DS H 1–4 Melvin Minter Raphaël Calvet Kieran Morris Alfie Mawson Aaron Pierre1 Joe Maloney3 George Pilbeam Josh Clarke2 Charlie Adams Kojo Awotwi Paul Hayes Richard Bryan1 Fabian Rowe2 Josh Stockwell3 Thomas Roberts
14/1/14 Ipswich Town DS A 1–1 Richard Lee Raphaël Calvet Kieran Morris Alfie Mawson Scott Barron2 Tyrell Miller-Rodney Joe Maloney Charlie Adams Martin Fillo1 Luke Norris Aaron Pierre Lewis Lavender2 Richard Bryan1
27/1/14 Brighton DS H 2–1 Melvin Minter Raphaël Calvet Alfie Mawson Aaron Pierre Scott Barron Tyrell Miller-Rodney Toumani Diagouraga3 Jake Reeves2 Stuart Dallas1 Anderson Banvo Charlie Adams Josh Clarke1 Roman Michael-Percil2 Louis Hutton3 Nik Tzanev Kieran Morris
30/1/14 Swansea DS H 0–0 Melvin Minter Emmanuel Oyeleke Raphaël Calvet Alfie Mawson Aaron Pierre2 Tyrell Miller-Rodney Louis Hutton Charlie Adams Josh Clarke Anderson Banvo1 Roman Michael-Percil Richard Bryan1 Kieran Morris2 George Pilbeam
17/2/14 Swansea DS A 1–2 Jack Bonham Joe Maloney Raphaël Calvet1 Alfie Mawson3 Aaron Pierre Tyrell Miller-Rodney2) Louis Hutton Charlie Adams Stuart Dallas Emmanuel Oyeleke Martin Fillo Richard Bryan1 Kojo Awotwi2 Kieran Morris3 Melvin Minter
25/2/14 Millwall DS H 2–0 Jack Bonham Nico Yennaris1 Kevin O'Connor James Tarkowski2 Raphaël Calvet Emmanuel Oyeleke Louis Hutton Jake Reeves Stuart Dallas Will Grigg3 Josh Clarke Melvin Minter Kieran Morris1 Aaron Pierre2 Joe Maloney3
3/3/14 Charlton DS A 3–6 Melvin Minter Joe Maloney Gradi Milenge Kieran Morris Scott Barron1 Emmanuel Oyeleke Louis Hutton Jermaine Udumaga Martin Fillo Montell Moore2 Josh Clarke Fabian Rowe Richard Bryan1 Lionel Stone2
10/3/14 Bristol City DS A 1–2 Melvin Minter Joe Maloney2 Raphaël Calvet Scott Barron1) Emmanuel Oyeleke Louis Hutton Jermaine Udumaga Josh Clarke Lionel Stone Kojo Awotwi Unknown Richard Bryan Fabian Rowe1 Michael Onovwigun2
18/3/14 Millwall DS A 2-3 Jack Bonham Joe Maloney Raphaël Calvet Kieran Morris1 Scott Barron Tyrell Miller-Rodney2 Louis Hutton Emmanuel Oyeleke Josh Clarke Montell Moore3 Kojo Awotwi Melvin Minter Lionel Stone1 Fabian Rowe2 Josh Stockwell3
24/3/14 Cardiff DS H 2-0 Mark Smith Kojo Awotwi1 Gradi Milenge Raphaël Calvet Lionel Stone Emmanuel Oyeleke Joe Maloney Montell Moore2 Josh Clarke Joe Ward Aaron Greene Joe Taylor Fabian Rowe Richard Bryan1 Michael Onovwigun2
31/3/14 QPR DS H 1-2 Melvin Minter Lionel Stone1 Alfie Mawson3 Raphaël Calvet Richard Bryan Jermaine Udumaga Joe Maloney Michael Onovwigun Josh Clarke Jack Jeffries2 Montell Moore Joe Taylor George Pilbeam1 Gradi Milenge2 Fabian Rowe3
8/4/14 Crystal Palace DS A 0-6 Mark Smith Lionel Stone Raphaël Calvet Gradi Milenge Richard Bryan Josh Clarke Joe Maloney Jermaine Udumaga1 Martin Fillo Charlie Adams Montell Moore2 Melvin Minter Fabian Rowe George Pilbeam1 Michael Onovwigun2

1 1st Substitution, 2 2nd Substitution, 3 3rd Substitution
Source: brentfordfc.co.uk

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