No club wants to see their manager poached as, more often than not, it means that they are having a good season.
Certainly, Dean Smith and Brentford have been having a good campaign and now, Aston Villa have taken him in.
Brentford, though, are better placed than most to evolve and improve despite such setbacks.
So, whilst they’d have liked to see Smith stay put, they’ll surely be more than fine.
Indeed, the video below more than highlights that…
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