Thomas Frank wanted to face the fans booing him at halftime.

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Brentford manager Thomas Frank has revealed his frustration and wants to deal with the club’s fans who booed him at half-time in the team’s game against Chelsea on Saturday.

    The game at G-Tech Community Stadium ended in a 2-2 draw, with the first half “Sing Blues” taking the lead through a goal from Nicolas Jackson, but in the second half the Mads Roerslev and Yoan Wissa each scored goals to give the team the lead, but in the end, Axel Disasi headed in to equalize for the visiting team, ending the game with points shared ทางเข้า UFABET 

    After the final whistle sounded in the first half, when the team was trailing, the home fans were booing, something that Frank felt very annoyed about. To the point of saying that he wanted to meet up and talk with him.

    “I would like to talk to the people who booed me personally,” Frank said after the game. “Boosing while we’re 0-1 behind Chelsea, is it sending encouragement to help the team? Crazy, they were so good when we were 1-1, when we were 2-1 up.”

    “We’re talking about Brentford trailing 0-1 against Chelsea, one of the biggest clubs in the world.”

    Meanwhile, Thomas Frank thanked the fans for their support throughout the second half, saying: “Fans are very important. I said it before the game. I promised to fight, the staff will fight, the players will fight and we did it until the end of the game – but we need the fans there too.”

    “They are very important. They helped us a lot today. Pushes us to move forward with just a little ‘but’. When we lost 2-2, I know it was a bit frustrating. But we still need them. They must cheer.”