Actor and comedian, Bradley Walsh was a professional at the club in the late 1970s but never made the first team squad.[62]

German Under-21 international Kachunga, who is on loan from Bundesliga side Ingolstadt, headed past Daniel Bentley five minutes after the break.

Attempt missed. Lewis MacLeod (Brentford) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left. Assisted by Ryan Woods with a headed pass following a set piece situation.

Attempt saved. Rajiv van La Parra (Huddersfield Town) right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.

Brentford manager Dean Smith: "The game was a tactical stalemate until the first goal and that changed the game. I was disappointed with the first goal but overall the lads showed a lot of spirit.

However, Palmer netted with his second touch two minutes later after Bentley had saved well from Rajiv van La Parra.

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Attempt missed. Sam Saunders (Brentford) right footed shot from outside the box is too high from a direct free kick.

Goal! Huddersfield Town 1, Brentford 1. Nico Yennaris (Brentford) left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Lewis MacLeod.

16 teams qualified for the EFLT finals and the draw took place last Friday with Brentford ‘A’ drawn in Group C along with Crewe Alexandra, Huddersfield Town and Peterborough United. Brentford will be familiar to Peterborough, having played them this season in the South East League 1, drawing and then losing to them. The draw came as Brentford looked as though they were going to see out the win when the Posh equalised with seven seconds left on the clock.

After a 45-year absence, Brentford was promoted back to the Second Division (renamed the First Division with the advent of the Premier League in 1992) in the 1991–92 season as Third Division champions, though it was relegated again the following year.

After enjoying the lion's share of the ball in a goalless first half, the Terriers finally made the most of their most of their dominance when 24-year-old striker Kachunga nodded in at the far post from Tommy Smith's cross, leaving Bentley stranded.

Griffin Park is home to Brentford Football Club and Chelsea Football Club Reserves (from 2002 until 23 September 2005 it was the home of the London Broncos rugby league club – subsequently they were renamed Harlequins Rugby League and transferred to The Stoop).

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Attempt saved. Rajiv van La Parra (Huddersfield Town) left footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Joe Lolley.

Romaine Sawyers (Brentford) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

QPR are also considered to be rivals. The rivalry intensified in 1967 when QPR failed in an attempted takeover of Brentford which would have spelled the end for Brentford and seen QPR move into Griffin Park. As with the Fulham rivalry, this fixture sees passions run high amongst both sets of supporters with local pride at stake.[59]

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The following players earned international caps whilst contracted to Brentford FC. (number of caps awarded whilst at Brentford in brackets, if known and confirmed):

The badge was introduced initially onto the away kit for the 1993/94 season. It also featured on the programme for that season. For the 1994/95 season it was added to the home kit.

Aaron Mooy (Huddersfield Town) wins a free kick on the right wing.

Kerschbaumer said: “It's been an up and down year. We have had three manager. At first, I was a regular player under Marinus Dijkhuizen and we didn't play badly but the results weren't good.

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Josh Clarke (Brentford) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Offside, Brentford. Josh Clarke tries a through ball, but Scott Hogan is caught offside.

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Mark Hudson (Huddersfield Town) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

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He stated: “I think the best is yet to come. We play good football. I like to keep the ball. We're in good shape and playing on the wing is a new position for me.

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In 1920 they were a founder member of the Football League Third Division. In 1921–22, the Football League Third Division was regionalised and Brentford FC were placed in the Southern section.

Going a goal behind spurred Brentford into life, as Lewis Macleod's shot went just wide from 25-yards following Sam Saunders' free-kick.

Building up to the finals, Brentford FC Head Coach Luis Melville said: "We have spent the last month quietly preparing for the National Finals. It’s been very low key with the emphasis on fine detail. Our focus has been on what we can do to influence the game. Now it is down to the squad to believe in themselves. The main thing is that they go out onto the court and give 100 per cent, stick to our game plan and walk off knowing they did everything they could. I can’t ask any more than that."

Brentford, with the aim of securing a more financially sustainable future, have been considering relocation since 2002. Plans were announced in October 2002 for a new 20,000 capacity all seater stadium at a state-of-the-art arena complex in Lionel Road South, Brentford. It was announced on 7 December 2007 that the club had secured an option to purchase the site – a major breakthrough in the club's plans to relocate.[20]

"We brought on two subs - Yennaris and Sam Saunders - and we looked more lively. Nico gave us great energy when he came on and scored the goal. He had an infected toe and needed an injection so he could get on the field.

The club suffered more promotion agony in 2002 under manager Steve Coppell as they lost out to Stoke City in the play-off final having been just minutes away from automatic promotion on the final day of the season, and again under manager Martin Allen in 2004–05, on that occasion losing 3–1 on aggregate to Sheffield Wednesday in the semi-finals after finishing 4th in League One.

Ryan Woods (Brentford) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

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"What made me really proud was the togetherness we showed. The starting XI must know what the game plan is and those on the bench have to make an impact. Our substitutes were outstanding."

At the end of the 2010–11 season, Nicky Forster was informed that he would not be getting the manager's job on a full-time basis, and on 10 June 2011 Uwe Rosler was confirmed as the new manager, on a two-year contract. The management structure runs along the 'European model': i.e. a 'sporting director' (Mark Warburton) works with the manager on sourcing players.