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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
14 Ipswich 9 7 10 34
15 Brentford 9 6 11 33
16 Wolves 8 8 10 32
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EastleighEastleigh
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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
BrentfordBrentford
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3
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Norwich CityNorwich City
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Cardiff CityCardiff City
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Leeds UnitedLeeds United
BrentfordBrentford
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Bristol CityBristol City
BrentfordBrentford
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1
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Burton AlbionBurton Albion
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Norwich CityNorwich City
BrentfordBrentford
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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
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Blackburn RoversBlackburn Rovers
BrentfordBrentford
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2
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FulhamFulham
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2
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Queens Park RangersQueens Park Rangers
BrentfordBrentford
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2
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BarnsleyBarnsley
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Derby CountyDerby County
BrentfordBrentford
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0
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Newcastle UnitedNewcastle United
BrentfordBrentford
3
1
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Wigan AthleticWigan Athletic
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Newcastle go top of the Championship standings after battling past the Bees

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Goals from Dwight Gayle and Daryl Murphy saw Newcastle go top of the Championship standings after a 2-1 win over Brentford at Griffin Park.

Lasse Vibe's second half equaliser was not enough to earn the Bees the share of the spoils their performance deserved as the Magpies withstood a late barrage to take all three points.

Gayle gave the Magpies the lead after 20 minutes, racing clear down the left and cutting inside before rifling an unstoppable shot across Bees keeper Dan Bentley into the far corner.

But...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Brentford sign Brazil legend Garrincha's grandson from Halmstads

Garrincha in action for Brazil. His grandson Henrik Johansson has become a Brentford player.

Brentford have announced that the grandson of Brazil legend Garrincha has joined the club and will play for their B team.

Winger Henrik Johansson has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal with the Championship club after rejecting a new deal with Halmstads.

The 18-year-old joins the Londoners for an undisclosed fee.

Johansson represents Sweden -- the country in which Garrincha won the 1958 World Cup -- and said he hoped there was a little of his grandfather's style in his own way of playing.

Speaking...

Rochdale in line for £4m if West Ham sign Brentford's Scott Hogan

Scott Hogan is set to leave Brentford for West Ham United.

League One side Rochdale could bank more than £4 million from West Ham United's move for Brentford striker Scott Hogan after negotiating a 30 percent sell-on clause following the player's move to Griffin Park in 2014.

Brentford have rejected three bids from West Ham for the 24-year-old -- sources have told ESPN FC that the Championship outfit turned down West Ham's latest bid of £12m over the weekend -- but manager Dean Smith admitted in the wake of the club's FA Cup victory over Eastleigh...

Brentford cruise past former boss Martin Allen and Eastleigh

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Former Brentford boss Martin Allen's return to his old club ended in disappointment as the Bees cruised into the FA Cup fourth round with a 5-1 rout of his Eastleigh side.

Two debut goals from rookie left-back Tom Field added to a Yoann Barbet penalty and strikes from Lasse Vibe and Romaine Sawyers, all in the first half, made it a comfortable afternoon for the Bees.

The only consolation for Allen was when big centre-back Ayo Obileye gave his National League side a brief foothold in the game after...

Brentford's Scott Hogan could cost West Ham up to £12.5m - sources

Shaka Hislop sifts through the latest football rumours, including the possibility of a move to Arsenal for Daniel Sturridge.

West Ham could be forced to pay up to £12.5 million to beat off Premier League rivals Watford and secure the signing of Scott Hogan, the Brentford striker who has been billed as a "new" Jamie Vardy, sources have told ESPN FC.

Championship outfit Brentford have rejected bids of £8m from the two clubs for the 24-year-old, who has scored 14 goals in 25 appearances for the Griffin Park outfit this season.

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic, who has admitted defeat in his attempts to sign Sunderland...