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Reeves signs on at Griffin Park
Wednesday 10th April 14:02

Brentford midfielder Jake Reeves has committed his future to the League One club after signing a new two-year deal.

Bees' Reeves feeling fine
Wednesday 20th February 17:41

Jake Reeves says he feels "fine" following the challenge from Chelsea's David Luiz which knocked him unconscious.

Reeves makes Brentford return
Tuesday 4th December 10:27

Brentford have cut short Jake Reeves' loan spell with AFC Wimbledon and recalled the midfielder after just 28 days.

Reeves joins Wombles on loan
Monday 5th November 11:52

AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley has signed Brentford midfielder Jake Reeves on a two-month loan deal.

Tour draw satisfies Bees boss
Monday 23rd July 10:57

Uwe Rosler was pleased with Brentford's performance after they shared a 1-1 draw with ZFC Meuselwitz in the opening game of their German tour.

MacDonald raves about Reeves
Wednesday 3rd August 17:52

Charlie MacDonald feels Brentford have got a gem in their ranks in rookie midfielder Jake Reeves.

Features

Keith Andrews reflects on Watford's 3-0 loss at Norwich and a controversial red card to Joel Ekstrand

Keith Andrews reflects on Watford's 3-0 loss at Norwich and a controversial red card to Joel Ekstrand

skysports.com will be getting inside the minds of the players this season.

Premier League: Raheem Sterling looks willing and able to step up and fill the void left by Luis Suarez at Liverpool

Premier League: Raheem Sterling looks willing and able to step up and fill the void left by Luis Suarez at Liverpool

And so, life without Luis Suarez begins in earnest at Anfield. Signings have been made but the early evidence of Liverpool’s opening game of the season is that the responsibility of making light of his exit will fall squarely on the coiffured head and shoulders of Raheem Sterling… And he’ll cope.

Premier League: Manchester City show why they remain the team to beat after 2-0 win away to Newcastle United

Premier League: Manchester City show why they remain the team to beat after 2-0 win away to Newcastle United

Much of the focus this summer has been on how teams can close the gap on the Premier League champions. Chelsea have spent enough for the bookmakers to install them as favourites, while Liverpool have added the depth that some would suggest scuppered their bid last season.

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