BEES BOSS SHRUGS OFF TROLLS
For Wednesday, it marks the end of a five-game winless run that had threatened to derail their play-off push. For Forest, however, it was a brutal illustration of their limitations.
“Fair play to Wednesday,” said Freedman, whose side have now lost five of the last six to lie just nine points above the drop zone.
“They played better than us.They were more clinical. They were quicker to the ball. You’ve seen what a £15m investment can do. It’s turned them from a mid-table side into one in the top six. It’s was clear as day. They were a strong side and they caught us at a weak moment. That’s why we came out second best.” DEAN SMITH has shrugged off criticism on social media following a series of belowpar performances from Brentford.
The Bees boss was subjected to angry comments from supporters following defeats to Charlton and Rotherham in recent weeks.
He said: “I get criticism from my children so that's enough for me – I don’t need to be looking at social media.
“People will have an opinion on what I do because it’s in the public eye.”