BRENTFORD lost star striker Ivan Toney yesterday – and the wheels are starting to come off their promotion push.
The Championship’s top scorer was ruled out with an ankle problem and the Bees crashed to a third straight loss.
Tyler Walker’s double helped struggling Coventry to an easy win. And suddenly Brentford’s 21game unbeaten run seems an awfully time ago – even though it was only ended last week.
Boss Thomas Frank said: “Ivan is the best striker in the division so you are taking out 24 goals and nine assists from the team.
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