Bees Supporters of Norway On Tour

beenorway

Member
Joined
10 Jan 2004
Messages
169
Reaction score
0
Location
Norway
To all Scandinavian Bees fans

We have now set the date for our annual joint tour to Griffin Park at the Hartlepool match April 29.
Those who want to travel can contact the supporters club for further information. If you are a member you can read all about it in issue no 16 wich is in the mail these days.

Hope to see as many of you as last year!

Regards,

Robin.
 

1markbee

Active member
Joined
15 Jun 2006
Messages
2,833
Reaction score
1
They were at the training ground today, they should be at GP tomorrow giving their trophy to their player of the season. At least they had a nice surprise and got to meet the new boss. :sorted:
 

Mads Bee

Active member
Joined
10 Aug 2002
Messages
6,582
Reaction score
0
Location
Sandhurst, Berkshire
We were in the sponsors lounge last year when they presented Adrian Whitbread with some woolly long length socks!!

Very nice people, well done to them for their continued support :sorted:
 
OP
B

beenorway

Member
Joined
10 Jan 2004
Messages
169
Reaction score
0
Location
Norway
Norwegian Bees' coming to town again september 28th, will be ringside against Stockport and Dag & Red.
All members book your flight and wear that wonderfull red and white shirt with pride.
FAQ:
Where to meet? The Griffin
Where to sit? Bill Axbey STAND this time (Follow the flag)
Where to sleep? The famous Monopole Hotel in Paddington
Will it be memorable? YES (just be carefull on that Guinness!)

To all norwegian wannabees: PM me for membership details!

See you all!

Robin of Norway.
 
OP
B

beenorway

Member
Joined
10 Jan 2004
Messages
169
Reaction score
0
Location
Norway
BFC Supporters Club of Norway go on their annual tour of London next week. We'll meet up in The Griffin Saturday pre- and post Hereford match.

See you!

Robin.
 

TW3Bee

We're The Royal Oak Lionel Road
Joined
26 Oct 2005
Messages
62,630
Reaction score
5,635
Location
West Stand BCS.
Look forward to seeing you all.

Don't forget to bring the noise with you.
 
OP
B

beenorway

Member
Joined
10 Jan 2004
Messages
169
Reaction score
0
Location
Norway
The norwegians will return to Griffin Park next weekend as the Supporters Club arrange their annual tour. We'll be at the training ground Friday for presentation of our 'Player of the Season' award, and Saturday we'll spend most of the day in The Griffin.

Looking forward to see you all!

Check out our website, http://www.norskefans.com/england/brentford/default.asp if you like or don't.. It's in norwegian anyway.

Robin.
 

Infatuated Bees Alter Ego

Well-known member
Joined
16 Apr 2000
Messages
17,943
Reaction score
765
Location
Malpas, Cheshire
The norwegians will return to Griffin Park next weekend as the Supporters Club arrange their annual tour. We'll be at the training ground Friday for presentation of our 'Player of the Season' award, and Saturday we'll spend most of the day in The Griffin.

Looking forward to see you all!

Check out our website, http://www.norskefans.com/england/brentford/default.asp if you like or don't.. It's in norwegian anyway.

Robin.


Have a great trip Rob :wave:
 

GP200

Voice of the mysterons...
Joined
22 Apr 2003
Messages
68,076
Reaction score
2,047
Location
3d Jazz Mart-Motorcity.......
.....................good lads......................enjoy your day...................
 

Bungy Bee

formerly known as Jockbee
Joined
19 Jan 2001
Messages
17,047
Reaction score
291
Location
Garelochhead Scotland
Not sure if this is the same thread....the Viking Bees will bee at the Big Red Ball dinner....:wave:
 

8corner

Active member
Joined
31 May 2006
Messages
4,136
Reaction score
2,675
Welcome Scan Bees. Great to have your support. (Any nice dishy blonde birds among you by the way??)
 

Silly Hat

Purveyor of (mostly) absolute nonsense
Joined
25 Jan 2002
Messages
6,996
Reaction score
8,704
The norwegians will return to Griffin Park next weekend as the Supporters Club arrange their annual tour. We'll be at the training ground Friday for presentation of our 'Player of the Season' award, and Saturday we'll spend most of the day in The Griffin.

Looking forward to see you all!

Check out our website, http://www.norskefans.com/england/brentford/default.asp if you like or don't.. It's in norwegian anyway.

Robin.

The website's better than the Club's official one!!! :sorted:
 

Womble

"Don't mention the war"
Joined
7 Aug 2002
Messages
1,754
Reaction score
5
Location
Hillingdon UB10 Ex Hanwell
The translated match report for the Hartlepool game makes funny reading.

Brentford-Hartlepool 0-0
The Bees advanced, and finished a fine 9th place.

Before the season's last game (Saturday, 8 May) was Brent Ford's challenge to whether it would end that paragraph 9.10 or 11 Opponent Hartlepool risked relegation, after earlier this week to have 3 points deducted for unauthorized use of a player.

The season's last game was not well played affair. Hartlepool fought for life, while Brentford small extent succeeded in establishing a good game. Our best players were clearly Myles Weston, who from his left flank, made a number of dangerous devices. The match was even played in the first place, while Brentford pressed hard in the second half, albeit without receiving hole on the boil.

The game ended 0-0 and the away team to cheer for the new contract on better goal difference than Gillingham, while the Bees advanced one position and finished a respectable 9 place in a comeback season in League One.

In the final minute was goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny swapped out, and was celebrated for the magnificent efforts of his loan period from Arsenal. I guess unfortunately major danger that we will not see the skilled polish in Brentford-shirt next season, but it's allowed to hope .....

The most talked about situation was not sporty character. Towards the end of the match, stormed two older path (so-called Bees supporters ...), and the away team's goalkeeper Scott Flinders helped the rather passive guards to throw the boys into the ground! Some Brentford supporters applauded Flinders' resolute performance, while a few others unfortunately reacted by throwing bottles onto the pitch, which can mean a fine for Brentford.

Read full match report here:
http://www.brentfordfc.co.uk/page/MatchReport/0,, 10421.00. html

Scandinavian supporters were well represented, and in addition to our Swedish friends were Robin Hesmyr, Hans Skutle, Guri & Nils Ottesen and Bjørn H. Andreassen warming present. All the Norwegians were mentioned by name and welcomed in the official game program, a good proof of the hospitality we often encounter on Griffin Park.

Created: Szczesny (Moore 90), Foster, Osborne, Adding (Phillips 51), Wood, Hunt (Dickson 74), O'Connor, Diagouraga, Weston, labors, MacDonald.
Unused substitutes: Bean, Frank, Ferrell, Blake
Attendance: 6,893 (including 478 away supporters)
 

Banshee Mildew

<---- Fake or Real?
Joined
27 Mar 2001
Messages
9,448
Reaction score
5
Location
Windlesham
The most talked about situation was not sporty character. Towards the end of the match, stormed two older path (so-called Bees supporters ...), and the away team's goalkeeper Scott Flinders helped the rather passive guards to throw the boys into the ground!

lol
 

Markybee

Well-known member
Joined
26 Oct 2001
Messages
29,901
Reaction score
3
Location
Windlesham
The translated match report for the Hartlepool game makes funny reading.

Brentford-Hartlepool 0-0
The Bees advanced, and finished a fine 9th place.

Before the season's last game (Saturday, 8 May) was Brent Ford's challenge to whether it would end that paragraph 9.10 or 11 Opponent Hartlepool risked relegation, after earlier this week to have 3 points deducted for unauthorized use of a player.

The season's last game was not well played affair. Hartlepool fought for life, while Brentford small extent succeeded in establishing a good game. Our best players were clearly Myles Weston, who from his left flank, made a number of dangerous devices.
"

"Pay attention 007" :D
 

Bergen Bee

Member
Joined
30 Aug 2006
Messages
49
Reaction score
0
Location
Bergen, Norway
The translated match report for the Hartlepool game makes funny reading.

Brentford-Hartlepool 0-0
The Bees advanced, and finished a fine 9th place.

Before the season's last game (Saturday, 8 May) was Brent Ford's challenge to whether it would end that paragraph 9.10 or 11 Opponent Hartlepool risked relegation, after earlier this week to have 3 points deducted for unauthorized use of a player.

The season's last game was not well played affair. Hartlepool fought for life, while Brentford small extent succeeded in establishing a good game. Our best players were clearly Myles Weston, who from his left flank, made a number of dangerous devices. The match was even played in the first place, while Brentford pressed hard in the second half, albeit without receiving hole on the boil.

The game ended 0-0 and the away team to cheer for the new contract on better goal difference than Gillingham, while the Bees advanced one position and finished a respectable 9 place in a comeback season in League One.

In the final minute was goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny swapped out, and was celebrated for the magnificent efforts of his loan period from Arsenal. I guess unfortunately major danger that we will not see the skilled polish in Brentford-shirt next season, but it's allowed to hope .....

The most talked about situation was not sporty character. Towards the end of the match, stormed two older path (so-called Bees supporters ...), and the away team's goalkeeper Scott Flinders helped the rather passive guards to throw the boys into the ground! Some Brentford supporters applauded Flinders' resolute performance, while a few others unfortunately reacted by throwing bottles onto the pitch, which can mean a fine for Brentford.

Read full match report here:
http://www.brentfordfc.co.uk/page/MatchReport/0,, 10421.00. html

Scandinavian supporters were well represented, and in addition to our Swedish friends were Robin Hesmyr, Hans Skutle, Guri & Nils Ottesen and Bjørn H. Andreassen warming present. All the Norwegians were mentioned by name and welcomed in the official game program, a good proof of the hospitality we often encounter on Griffin Park.

Created: Szczesny (Moore 90), Foster, Osborne, Adding (Phillips 51), Wood, Hunt (Dickson 74), O'Connor, Diagouraga, Weston, labors, MacDonald.
Unused substitutes: Bean, Frank, Ferrell, Blake
Attendance: 6,893 (including 478 away supporters)

----

Who on earth has made this "translation"? The refereee who sent off Nathan Elder vs Notts C in 2009?rofl
 

Les Beeavinu

Administrator
Joined
5 Aug 2002
Messages
59,889
Reaction score
8,375
Location
Sandhurst
Remarkibold - Stanley Unwin lives and works for Google. :sorted:
 

Westlad

Active member
Joined
15 Sep 2005
Messages
6,267
Reaction score
32
Myles Weston, who from his left flank, made a number of dangerous devices and the away team's goalkeeper Scott Flinders helped the rather passive guards to throw the boys into the ground.

:eek:
 
OP
B

beenorway

Member
Joined
10 Jan 2004
Messages
169
Reaction score
0
Location
Norway
We'll be back for the last home game of the season versus Sheff Wed. See you at The Griffin pre match :) We'll present our Player of the season award as usual at the training ground the day before. Can't wait!
 

westwing

Well-known member
Joined
10 Dec 2009
Messages
15,528
Reaction score
1,030
Location
Hillingdon
Excellent stuff, fill the pub up with Norbees, that'll confuse the Norvern Monkeysrofl
 

AVillaBee

Member
Joined
11 Mar 2009
Messages
352
Reaction score
0
Location
Brentford
Maybe I'll join you guys at the Griffin. Being Swedish shouldn't be too much of a problem, right?
 

Sheerwater Bee

Never, ever, back down
Joined
25 Mar 2004
Messages
4,759
Reaction score
413
Location
Here, there and everywhere......
Nearly every year since I left Sweden I've had Bajen supporting friends over to watch a game at GP. Had three over for the JPT final last season.
 

Brentford 4 Life

Well-known member
Joined
25 Feb 2005
Messages
12,828
Reaction score
399
Location
Chessington
We'll be back for the last home game of the season versus Sheff Wed. See you at The Griffin pre match :) We'll present our Player of the season award as usual at the training ground the day before. Can't wait!

Enjoy. Thanks for your support. :sorted:
 
OP
B

beenorway

Member
Joined
10 Jan 2004
Messages
169
Reaction score
0
Location
Norway
The BFC supporters club of Norway will have their annual common tour next weekend. Friday we'll be at the training ground (if they let us in) to present our Player of the season award, followed by a visit to Griffin Park (and The Griffin of course). Then we'll visit the Griffin Brewery for a tour, followed by further pub crawl through the streets of London. Sat we'll be early at the Griffin preparing for Doncaster.. and post match at the same place for celebrating (no matter what happens). Sunday some of us will go to the Big Red Ball. See you!
 

Womble Bee

Active member
Joined
7 Dec 2004
Messages
2,597
Reaction score
0
Location
Ascot
The BFC supporters club of Norway will have their annual common tour next weekend. Friday we'll be at the training ground (if they let us in) to present our Player of the season award, followed by a visit to Griffin Park (and The Griffin of course). Then we'll visit the Griffin Brewery for a tour, followed by further pub crawl through the streets of London. Sat we'll be early at the Griffin preparing for Doncaster.. and post match at the same place for celebrating (no matter what happens). Sunday some of us will go to the Big Red Ball. See you!

Maybe best to email Peter G to make sure all will be Ok for your visit to the training ground. Pgilham@brentfordfc.co.uk
 

'Ayes B

Active member
Joined
29 Dec 2000
Messages
6,814
Reaction score
962
Location
Hayes, MIDDLESEX
There is also a group of 20 Norwegians who supported Uwe's old club who contacted BIAS that are coming over.
 

BRbee

Active member
Joined
29 Dec 2005
Messages
2,199
Reaction score
0
Location
Kent
The BFC supporters club of Norway will have their annual common tour next weekend. Friday we'll be at the training ground (if they let us in) to present our Player of the season award, followed by a visit to Griffin Park (and The Griffin of course). Then we'll visit the Griffin Brewery for a tour, followed by further pub crawl through the streets of London. Sat we'll be early at the Griffin preparing for Doncaster.. and post match at the same place for celebrating (no matter what happens). Sunday some of us will go to the Big Red Ball. See you!

Looks like you've got a great weekend planned. Have fun.:sorted:
 

Brentford 4 Life

Well-known member
Joined
25 Feb 2005
Messages
12,828
Reaction score
399
Location
Chessington
Well done all those coming from Norway. Have a cracking weekend.
 

wanderer paul

https://brentfordfcmemorabilia.wordpress.com/
Joined
28 Oct 2002
Messages
52,327
Reaction score
4,556
Location
Brentford
There is also a group of 20 Norwegians who supported Uwe's old club who contacted BIAS that are coming over.

I hope they're on the clubs database then? How else can they get tickets? As it's an All Ticket match. Some of the glory hunters won't be best pleased when tickets have sold out. :grey:
 

'Ayes B

Active member
Joined
29 Dec 2000
Messages
6,814
Reaction score
962
Location
Hayes, MIDDLESEX
I hope they're on the clubs database then? How else can they get tickets? As it's an All Ticket match. Some of the glory hunters won't be best pleased when tickets have sold out. :grey:
They booked ages ago when they booked their flights and accommodation, well before the game was all ticket
 

wanderer paul

https://brentfordfcmemorabilia.wordpress.com/
Joined
28 Oct 2002
Messages
52,327
Reaction score
4,556
Location
Brentford
Top Bottom