At one time I thought our record was at bad as England's so that's good to know. Is there a potted history listed somewhere?
Don't look for downside. Enjoy the moment. We're not interested in West Bromwich Albion. Forget "The Lord is my Shepherd". Think more, "Onward Christian Nergoorde".A great result and unexpected bonus, this cup run. With just half our first choice side starting.
And the bonus of coming from behind twice - very un-Brentford.
The only downside is that we are clearly better than WBA and should have finished above them. They are going down with fewer than 20 points.
We were drawn at home - when the draw was made last week. West Brom or Brentford will play Fulham or Sheffield WednesdayProper confused by how this draw works. How do we know we'll be drawn at home?
City ground, Keith Bowen, eight feet away from me with an open goal, heads it over the bar. Cloughy slagging off Bowlsey in the programme. It's like yesterday. Winning at 1st Division Swansea in the replay the round before, one of my happiest ever Beedays.
I go back to the mid 1950’s and can’t remember any before your dateWas wondering after the Saints and WBA wins. Is this the first time we’ve caused upsets by beating two Top Division sides in the same cup run? Obviously not happened in my time watching (since 67). Interesting thought.
I remember the Forest away game. Went up by car, loads went by special train, must have had about 2000 there on a Tues or Wed night. Remember we were 2-0 down and Dave Hayward (legend) stood on the fence encouraging the Bees fans to sing their hearts out.
I remember that night. Bees fans giving John Robertson lots of stick, calling him fatty fattyI remember the Forest away game. Went up by car, loads went by special train, must have had about 2000 there on a Tues or Wed night. Remember we were 2-0 down and Dave Hayward (legend) stood on the fence encouraging the Bees fans to sing their hearts out.