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    Post by LOVELOVEROCKET on Sun Jul 14 2013, 20:07

    For the 2nd season in a row, Brentford played a hard-fought battle against a strong Tottenham team losing 3-2 in a behind-closed-doors match played at the Tottenham training ground.
    Spurs fielded a strong side against the Bees which is a testament to how they viewed the opposition.
    Spurs went 1.0 up through a Gareth Bale goal but Bees fought back with goals from the new boys – a long range strike from Alan McCormack and a penalty from Will Grigg who’s initial shot was hand balled by Caulker. Brentford went into half-time 2.1 to the good.
    Spurs threw on Jermaine Defoe at half time and looked much more potent up front – with Defoe scoring a brace.
    Information on this game is pretty sketchy but we will fill in with more news as and when we get it.
    Spurs 1st half team: Friedel, Naughton, Dawson, Caulker, Rose; Mason, Huddlestone, Bentaleb; Lennon Bale Obika
    Spurs 2nd half team: Archer, Smith, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Stewart; Parker, Carroll, Sigurdsson; Townsend Defoe Ceballos


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