Myles Weston joined Brentford in the summer of 2009 and made an immediate impact for the Bees scoring twice on his debut at Carlisle United. He is a pacy attacking player with good ball control who has featured both as an out-and-out striker and on the left flank. Myles, who has also appeared as a left winger at times, is a former England U16 and U17 player who began his career at Charlton Athletic but was unable to break into first-team football at The Valley and moved to Notts County where he was able to establish himself. He continued to feature regularly in the team during 2010-11 and although he did not score many goals he netted both in the 2-0 home win over Plymouth in February.
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