Profiles of the players that make up Brentford's B Team this season
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Date of Birth: 15/10/1999
Signed on a professional contract in the 2016/17 season. Ellery has been capped twice by the England Under-18 squad, receiving his first call-up in September 2016 and making his debut against Sweden the following month.
Date of Birth: 04/11/1996
Signed from Stoke City in the summer of 2016. Previous loan spells include time with non-league sides Stafford Rangers and Congleton Town. His performances for Brentford B earned him a call-up to the First Team bench, and squad number 34, as cover for Daniel Bentley when Jack Bonham was injured at the start of the 2016/17 season.
Date of Birth: 28/11/1998
Signed on a free after he left Henley Town in the spring of 2016. The Greek teenager started his career with Fulham on schoolboy forms. Upon leaving Craven Cottage, he had trials with several London clubs before agreeing to sign for The Bees.
Date of Birth: 24/5/1999
Lukas joined The Bees from Odense Boldklub in the summer of 2016. The Danish fullback, who started out at local clubs Hojby and then Boldklubben 1913, has been capped for his national team at various youth levels. On 20 October 2016, he made his debut for Denmark's Under-18 side, playing the full 90 minutes in a 1-1 draw with Belarus.
on loan at Cheltenham Town
Date of Birth: 21/10/1996
Joined from West Ham United in January 2016 for an undisclosed fee. In October 2016, he was named on the bench for Brentford's First Team match against Derby County and handed the number 36 jersey. Manny joined Cheltenham Town on loan in January 2017, scoring his first professional goal against Notts County on 11 February.
Date of Birth: 5/11/1997
A product of the previous Academy system at Brentford, Chris has been with the Club since he was in his mid-teens. The centre-back signed his first professional contract with The Bees after completing a two-year scholarship at the end of the 2015/16 season. He made his professional debut from the bench against Eastleigh in the FA Cup Third Round on 7 January 2017.
Date of Birth: 12/6/1999
Signed from Chalfont St Peter at the end of last season. Jarvis, who can play at centre-back or on the left, impressed the coaching staff after a week of trials while preparing for his exams at Uxbridge High School.
Date of Birth: 5/11/1997
Ilias began his career in the Arsenal Academy in his native Greece, at a training centre near his home in Thessaloniki. He moved over to England as a teenager, training with The Gunners' First Team on several occasions. He signed a two-year deal with Brentford in August 2016, getting his first call-up to the First Team matchday squad (and shirt number 35) for the match against Wolverhampton Wanderers in September.
Date of Birth: 17/2/1998
Reece joined Brentford as a youngster and completed a scholarship before signing a professional contract with The Bees in February 2016. After several call-ups to the First Team match day squad, Reece made his league debut on 7 March 2017 against Nottingham Forest, coming on as a substitute.
Date of Birth: 20/4/1997
James signed his first professional contract with Brentford after completing a scholarship as captain of the Youth Team in June 2015. His first call-up to the First Team squad was at Ipswich Town at the end of the 2015/16 season.
Date of Birth: 31/8/1999
A strong midfielder who joined his local German side 1. FSV Mainz 05 when he was nine. The Bees signed him to a two-year contract in September 2016.
Date of Birth: 28/10/1996
Zain arrived at Jersey Road as a teenager, hardly missing a minute of football on his way through a scholarship with the Club. The middle man was named captain of the B Team for the 2016/17 season. On 17 February 2017, Zain signed a one-year contract extension to see him remain at Griffin Park until the summer of 2018.
Date of Birth: 5/1/1997
The Portuguese joined Brentford after leaving the Benfica academy as a youngster. He signed his first professional contract in February 2015 before joining Hampton and Richmond Borough on a one-month loan. The winger, capable of playing in the centre of midfield if needed, is one of the B Team's most prolific goalscorers.
Date of Birth: 5/12/1997
Signed after a successful spell in Brentford's previous Academy system, Kyjuon is a pacey winger who is often deployed on the left or right of a front three. In 2015, he was given his first experience of international duty with Antigua and Barbuda, but didn't make an appearance as the Caribbean nation tried to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Date of Birth: 2/7/1997
Another member of the squad to come through the youth ranks at Brentford. Bradley's impressive scoring record helped convince the Club to offer him a contract in the summer of 2015. He was a key figure in the Under-18's run to the PDL Two Play-Off Final.
Date of Birth: 28/10/1997
The Danish forward began his career at home with HB Koge, where his performances earned him caps for the Denmark youth teams of Under-17 and Under-18 levels. He joined The Bees in July 2016 and made his First Team debut a month later, coming on as a substitute in Extra Time during the EFL Cup match against Exeter City. His league debut came on 25 February 2017, coming on as a sub against Rotherham United at Griffin Park.
Date of Birth: 21/1/1997
Marc Rio Borruel signed for Brentford following his departure from FC Barcelona in July 2016. The former student at La Masia played a series of high profile games for the Spanish club, including making appearances in the UEFA Youth League.
Date of Birth: 18/10/1998
Danny played in the Kent Youth League before signing up for a scholarship and then a professional contract with The Bees. He is part of a very select group of world footballers, at any age level, to have scored against both Inter Milan and Barcelona. The goals came in two friendlies during 2014, a 2-1 victory over Inter and a 2-1 defeat to Barca at La Masia.
Date of Birth: 3/3/1997
Seika signed a two-year contract with the squad in the summer of 2015 after completing his scholarship at Jersey Road. During his time with the Youth Team Seika scored eight goals in 24 appearances before signing his new deal.