He was available for the EFL Cup First Round tie against League Two side Exeter City. In a disappointing display, Brentford suffered a 1–0 defeat after extra time thanks to a good Ryan Harley finish from inside the penalty box.  Brentford made amends with a convincing 2–0 victory against Ipswich Town with Egan scoring both goals on his home competitive debut and also Sam Saunders' 200th competitive game for the club.  Brentford's second home league game of the season finished 1–0 against Nottingham Forest. Hogan scored his first goal of the season after Stephen Henderson saved his and Macleod's earlier efforts.
 Brentford then returned to Griffin Park to face Preston North End. It was a tight match in the first half with Hogan's left foot finish after Sawyers' through ball the only goal separating the two sides at the break. However, Preston collapsed after Dean fired in from a corner. The Lilywhites had to finish the game with 10 men when Marnick Vermijl was forced off due to injury with all their substitutions having already been made. Preston conceded 3 goals in almost as many minutes with Hogan completing his hat-trick and Chris Humphrey scoring an own goal.
Hogan scored his second soon after to level the score but a deflection from Dean into his own net proved to be the winner as Blackburn won 3–2.  Brentford's dismal November continued back at Griffin Park against Birmingham City. Despite dominating the game, Brentford fell to a 2–1 defeat after a penalty from former Bee Clayton Donaldson and a goal from Ryan Shotton midway through the second half. Blues' keeper Tomasz Kuszczak had a fine game with a string of good saves while Vibe had a shot blocked on the line.
As Brentford were pushing for an equaliser, Tom Cairney scored Fulham's second goal on the break late into stoppage time to seal defeat for the Bees.  After the international break, Brentford travelled to Ewood Park to face Blackburn Rovers. It was a frantic match with Hogan scoring within the first minute before Danny Graham scored twice in quick succession to bring the match into Blackburn's favour.
Ledesma left the club to join Greek side Panetolikos after being informed that he would not be offered a contract.  Left back Rico Henry joined from Dean Smith's previous club Walsall on a five-year contract for an initial fee of £1. 5 million that could rise to over £5 million in add-ons.  Winger Sullay Kaikai joined on loan from Crystal Palace until the end of the season.  Also on transfer deadline day, midfielder Ryan Woods signed a new four-year contract to extend his stay until 2020.  September After the international break, Brentford travelled down to the south coast to play Brighton & Hove Albion.
 The first home game of the season was against 1. FC Kaiserslautern on 23 July. On a very hot day, Brentford took the lead after Alexander Ring inadvertently headed the ball into his own net in the second half. However, minutes later, Brentford conceded an equaliser from Róbert Pich to make the score 1–1.  Just three days later, Brentford welcomed Peterborough United to Griffin Park. Paul Taylor scored for the Posh early on after a Tom Field mistake, but despite dominating the rest of the game, Brentford could not beat the opposition goalkeeper.
 On 9 July, Brentford travelled to Germany for a 7-day pre-season training camp. During their time there, Brentford played VfL Bochum and won 1–0 thanks to a first half Scott Hogan goal.  On 19 July, goalkeeper David Button joined local rivals Fulham for an undisclosed fee.  Brentford continued their pre-season with a trip to Wycombe Wanderers. New signing Egan scored his first goal for the club before the break but Dayle Southwell equalised with a header in the second half, leaving the final score as 1–1.
It would be Brentford that broke the deadlock first in the second half after a clearance by goalkeeper Keiren Westwood cannoned off the onrushing Vibe and bounced into the net. Both teams went down to 10 men after David Jones received a second yellow card for dissent while the goalscorer Vibe also received a second yellow card. In the dying minutes, and with Brentford camped outside their box, Wednesday equalised as Sam Hutchinson headed in a Barry Bannan free kick.  It was a busy transfer deadline day for Brentford with one departure and two new arrivals.
The match ended 5–0 to the Bees.  Brentford's next match was against Wolverhampton Wanderers which finished 3–1 against the Bees. João Teixeira scored a brace with the first one coming after Josh McEachran was dispossessed in the Wolves half and the second one a free kick that found its way into the net after a dubious decision by the referee to penalise Woods. Kaikai's first goal for the club was not enough to rescue a point for the visitors as Ivan Cavaleiro slotted under Bentley late on.  Brentford's impressive home form continued with a 4–1 drubbing of Reading. Josh Clarke scored his first goal for the Bees after a lovely passing move with Vibe adding to the scoreline just before half-time.
Hogan's header was merely a consolation goal as Brentford finished November with no points from 3 games.  New crest On 10 November, Brentford announced their new crest that would be used from the start of the 2017/18 season. Featuring a circular crest and a more modern, clean look, the design was loosely based on the crest used from 1972 to 1975.
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