Millwall fans need to back Lee Gregory
Nov12

Millwall fans need to back Lee Gregory

History books are there to be re-written. This past Tuesday, two records that stood for 14 and 24 years respectively were scrubbed out and replaced, largely thanks to Millwall’s number 9, Lee Gregory. The Lions advanced to the Southern Section Semi-Finals of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy with an entertaining 5-3 over Plymouth Argyle at Home Park, with Gregory bagging four of the quintet of strikes – albeit with one being a...

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Millwall finally find home comforts
Oct29

Millwall finally find home comforts

It almost doesn’t feel right, does it? After four years of seemingly endless miserable Saturday afternoons and Tuesday nights, suffering defeat after defeat, Neil Harris’ refurbished Millwall side have strung together four wins on the trot in SE16 over the last month – five out of the last six, too. The last three – all 2-0 wins, over Northampton Town (Johnstone’s Paint Trophy), Swindon Town and Doncaster Rovers –...

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What is Millwall’s best starting XI?
Oct15

What is Millwall’s best starting XI?

The international break may have thrown up many talking points, such as qualification for Euro 2016 for nations like Wales, Northern Ireland and Albania, but as far as Millwall Football Club go, news has been pretty thin on the ground over the last ten days. However, that did allow me the time to sit and have a think about the subject of this blog. After the Lions’ crazy 5-3 defeat at Peterborough on October 3, which saw Byron...

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Millwall finally show some character in September
Oct01

Millwall finally show some character in September

Thanks to the last month, things are beginning to look up in SE16. A near disastrous August, in which Millwall Football Club lost all their home games and took just four points from a possible 15, left Lions fans down in the dumps at the prospect of yet another season battling relegation. However, the month of September has seen Neil Harris’ men kick-start their season in style, with the unbeaten away record remaining in tact,...

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Is the tide turning at Millwall?
Sep17

Is the tide turning at Millwall?

It’s amazing what a couple of wins can do, isn’t it? Before the international break, a last minute Johnstone’s Paint Trophy win at The Den against Peterborough United aside, Neil Harris’ Lions had just the one win to their name – an opening day success at Shrewsbury Town. Factor in four straight home defeats in league and cup and the mood among the Den faithful was one of doom and gloom. However, since coming...

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Millwall will find the right formula, in time
Sep04

Millwall will find the right formula, in time

I’ll be the first to admit – as of a few days ago, I was finding it extremely hard to summon up the power to write this blog. The 2-0 defeat to Chesterfield signalled the end of a miserable August for Millwall Football Club, which included four straight home defeats in league and cup (five, if you count the CD Tondela friendly), with the 2-1 victory at Shrewsbury Town on the opening day being the only success; a point at...

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