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Liverpool Told To Sign Brentford's Ivan Toney

Ivan Toney has had a very impressive season with Championship play-off winners Brentford. Toney was a massive part of Brentford gaining promotion to the Premier League, the 25-year-old scored an astounding 33 goals in 48 appearances in the Championship this season. Toney also managed to get and impressive 10 assists...
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Ivan Toney, Brentford’s smooth operator, leads the way at Wembley

The last time Brentford played in the top flight, the future Queen Elizabeth II had yet to announce her engagement to Philip Mountbatten; Charlie Chaplin was being threatened with deportation from the United States for suggesting that capitalism caused wars; and Derby County were about to make Billy Steel the subject of British football’s first £15,500 transfer. Minds were blown a few months later in 1947 when Notts County paid Chelsea £20,000 for Tommy Lawton so football inflation was already in effect. But anyone trying to convince people that Brentford would one day win a match carrying a reward of at least £170m across three years might have been told to ease off the Burton.
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Brentford vs Swansea result: Player ratings as Ivan Toney and Bryan Mbeumo star to secure promotion

Brentford were promoted to the Premier League for the first time in the club’s history as two first-half goals from Ivan Toney and Emiliano Marcondes secured a comfortable victory over Swansea in the Championship play-off final .Brentford were given the opportunity to make a dream start when Bryan Mbeumo was brought down in the box by Swansea goalkeeper Freddie Woodman. Top-scorer Toney made no mistake from the spot as he converted the penalty into the bottom-right corner for his 33rd goal of the season. The Bees then went two goals up after Emiliano slammed home a counter attack, before...
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Jonathan Woodgate insists Dominic Solanke is a better striker than Ivan Toney

Jonathan Woodgate insists record-breaking Brentford hitman Ivan Toney is not as good as “absolutely outstanding” Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke. In-form Toney is arguably the most sought-after frontman outside the Premier League after netting a remarkable 31 Sky Bet Championship goals for the Bees this term, while Cherries forward Solanke registered a more modest total of 15.

Ivan Toney interview: Brentford's Championship record breaker out to make more history

"In my head, I was saying 'tackle Sergi if he takes it off you!" Ivan Toney is in a jovial mood as he re-lives last week's 3-1 final day win over Bristol City and for good reason. In any other season, with play-offs secured, it would have been a dead rubber for Brentford; a chance for Thomas Frank to hand some minutes to fringe players or to blood some youngsters.

Ivan Toney sets Brentford on way to comfortable win over Bristol City

Ivan Toney’s 31st goal of the season set Brentford on course for a convincing 3-1 Championship win over Bristol City at Ashton Gate. The prolific striker pounced on a loose ball eight yards out to touch it past City goalkeeper Dan Bentley and tap into an empty net after 57 minutes.
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Ivan Toney: How the Brentford striker broke the Championship scoring record

Daryl Murphy and Chris Wood came within three goals, Ross McCormack came within two and Teemu Pukki was just one away two seasons ago. But Brentford striker Ivan Toney has now eclipsed all of those who fell short before him and broken Glenn Murray's record of the most goals scored in a Sky Bet Championship campaign, since the division's rebrand in 2004, by hitting his 31st goal of the season in the Bees' 3-1 win over Bristol City.
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Ivan Toney takes his tally to 30 as Brentford beat Watford

Ivan Toney scored his 30th Sky Bet Championship goal of the season as Brentford beat Premier League-bound Watford 2-0. The Championship’s top marksman netted a second-half penalty after Marcus Forss had opened the scoring as Brentford guaranteed a third-placed finish for the second season running. Their points tally of 84...