The Brentford Bees success may cost them Griffin Park

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The Brentford Bees success may cost them Griffin Park

A year ago, Cardiff City was playing in the Premier League and Brentford were off to a League One match against Preston.

A year on, the London side has come leaps and bounds, now about to challenge Cardiff this Saturday having graduated to the top-flight championship.

But there are worries that if the Bees were to make it into the Premier League, there would be issues with the team’s stadium.  The Griffin Park ground is likely to be deemed unsuitable due to its size, however the team have already expressed staying at the home ground is its preferred option, rather than sharing other Premier League stadium.

We spoke via webcam to Brentford's goalie Richard Lee, who placed a lot of the success down to boss Mark Warburton.

Sports journalist, Jo Tilly, talks about Brentford’s rise and what will happen if they do go up into the Premier League.

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