Richard Lee is an experienced goalkeeper who spent 10 years with Watford before joining Brentford in the summer of 2010. Although he featured in pre-season he lost his place when the season started and was initially restricted to cup appearances. He produced a heroic performance against Everton in the Carling Cup, saving the crucial spot-kick in the penalty shoot-out to ensure the Bees overcame their Premier League opponents to reach the fourth round. Richard finally made his League debut for Brentford in November and then featured regularly until a shoulder injury cut short his season. His knack of saving penalties was a big factor in the Bees reaching the Wembley final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy. Richard's save knocked out Leyton Orient in a shoot-out and he did even better against Charlton saving three penalties again in a shoot-out. Although he missed the final through injury he was later voted Brentford's Player of the Season.
The summer transfer window has ended, and all the teams are now set for the season to truly begin.
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So, yesterday concluded another English summer transfer window.
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