Round-up: Fulham & Bees bosses want signings, Chelsea man in loan talks, Blues prospect scores two more

first_imgFulham and Brentford were both victorious on Saturday, beating Preston and Ipswich respectively.The Whites made it two wins from two Championship games with a 2-1 victory at Deepdale, where Matt Smith scored his second goal in as many matches.Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic hailed his team’s “very important start” to the season and praised Smith, but also reiterated his desire to bring in a striker.Brentford were 2-0 winners at Griffin Park, where summer signing John Egan (pictured above) scored both goals.Jokanovic is keen to sign replacements for Ross McCormack and Moussa DembeleEgan’s first came when he headed home unmarked, leading angry Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy to remark: “If you leave me unmarked like that, I’d score – and I’m 57.”Bees boss Dean Smith praised his players after the game and is also hoping to add to his squad.Meanwhile, Chelsea defender Michael Hector is discussing a loan move to German club Eintracht Frankfurt.Blues youngster Tammy Abraham scored twice for Bristol City against Burton, taking his tally to four goals in three matches since joining the Robins on loan.Chelsea’s Under-18s beat Fulham’s 3-2 in their opening match of the season.And in cricket, County Championship leaders Middlesex dominated the opening day against Durham at Lord’s thanks to Ollie Rayner’s four wickets and patient batting from openers Nick Gubbins and Stevie Eskinazi.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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