Brentford boss Dean Smith warns Aston Villa that the Bees will launch an appeal of their own if the West Midlands outfit look for retrospective action for Neal Maupay.
boss Brentford has suggested that Dean Smith should not pursue retrospective action for Aston Villa . Neal Maupay
The two Championship clubs played out a 2-2 draw at Villa Park on Wednesday night, but Brentford were fortunate not to be reduced to 10 men when Maupay appeared to stamp on
. John McGinn has claimed that the striker Steve Bruce deserves a retrospective three-match ban, but Smith has indicated that the Bees are unhappy with 's part in the incident. Mile Jedinak
BBC Radio London: "If you remember the incident, Mile Jedinak fell over, got up and then smashed Neal in the back of the head so, if they are looking at retrospective for Neal, then we'll do so for Jedinak."
Brentford currently sit in fourth place in the
Bruce hits out at Maupay 'stamp'