Date: 17th August 2012 at 3:31pm
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Pacy winger Myles Weston has today joined Martin Allen’s Gillingham on a two year contract.


The wideman – who played up front in Brentford’s season opener last weekend – originally signed from Notts County in 2009 in a deal eventually settled by tribunal


It’s true to say that Weston blew a bit hot and cold during his time at Griffin Park but on his day he was simply unplayable – just ask Seamus Coleman of Everton who he gave a torrid time in the Carling Cup.


Given that Weston was named as the Bees ‘third striker’ at the recent fans forum this must surely be a sign that Uwe Rosler is set to bring in another body soon but needed to free up some wages


Weston appeared in a total of 108 league games for The Bees scoring 12 goals. He scored a brace on his debut away at Carlisle – ironically being played as an emergency striker in the absence of his new clubmate Ben Strevens.


Beesotted would like to wish him the very best for his future.