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 By Chris Wright

Fulham and Brentford engage in Twitter spat over goalkeeper loan

Richard Lee's loan move started a minor Twitter feud on Thursday.

While it's hardly going to go down as one of the great conflicts of our time, Championship rivals Brentford and Fulham became embroiled in a spiky Twitter spat Thursday that ended in a glorious, meme-fuelled victory for the former.

The kerfuffle began when Brentford announced the departure of their goalkeeper Richard Lee, who completed a loan move to Fulham on Thursday evening. Crucially, it was the Bees' description of Lee's new club that first riled the social media department over at Craven...

Brentford 2-2 Millwall

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Moses Odubajo hit a stoppage-time equaliser to deny Millwall a precious three points in their bid to avoid relegation from the Sky Bet Championship.

The Lions looked set to collect their first win in nine attempts - and their first under interim boss Neil Harris - as they led 2-0 through goals in each half from Lee Gregory and Aiden O'Brien.

But Brentford, also desperate for points at the other end of the table to maintain their promotion bid, pulled one back through Alex Pritchard's penalty before...

Blackburn Rovers 2-3 Brentford

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Andre Gray's 84th-minute winner severely dented Blackburn's aims of finishing in the Sky Bet Championship play-off spots as sixth-placed Brentford moved 11 points clear of them.

Gray came off the bench to score a fortuitous winner six minutes from time after the Bees had earlier twice come from behind to record a 3-2 win which maintained their all-important position in the top six.

Clinical finishes from Rudy Gestede and Chris Taylor either side of Chris Long's deflected effort had given Rovers a half-time...

Nine-man Cardiff see off Brentford

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Nine-man Cardiff survived a late Brentford onslaught to dent the home side's promotion charge with a smash-and-grab 2-1 win.

All the goals came from goalkeeping blunders in a game which ended with Kadeem Harris and Federico Macheda both seeing red for Cardiff.

Andre Gray gave the home side a first-half lead, but goals from Macheda and Alex Revell turned things round for Cardiff.

The Welsh club came to west London with a game plan to stifle the fluent Bees by breaking the game up at every opportunity,...

Ipswich Town 1-1 Brentford

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Promotion hopefuls Ipswich and Brentford shared the points in a 1-1 Sky Bet Championship draw at Portman Road.

Top scorer Daryl Murphy gave the hosts a ninth-minute lead but Jonathan Douglas levelled 16 minutes later and that was where the scoring ended.

The result means the teams remain in the places they occupied before the match, with Brentford sixth - one point and one place better off than Mick McCarthy's men.

Both sides made a bright start and it lit up even more for the home side when they took...