Robert Hynes discusses Millwall’s history in the latter stages of the world’s oldest cup competition.
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Mark Beegan looks at Millwall’s good start to the season and whether can build on it over a busy festive period.
Dave Wood’s exclusive conversation, with a downtrodden lower league cult hero.
With 9 games played apiece and with nearly 300 goals scored in just over 7 weeks of action, it seems a fitting time to have a look back at the opening few weeks of the Championship… and where else to start than the West Londoners running away with the league already? Whilst you might be [...]
Football has experienced some forgettable moments recently as the Football League play-offs reached full flow and fans’ expectations of promotion grew higher. Peter Rosseli takes a look at the crowd trouble, and reminisces of the great night between Atletico Madrid and Liverpool fans. The football world is still witnessing minorities dragging the reputation of many [...]
Millwall 2 Huddersfield Town 0 (Millwall win 2-0 on aggregate) London is a great city. There is so much to do and to see. It is understandable that many people who live and work in London fail to see the attraction in leaving to explore the rest of the country at the weekend. Home sweet [...]
The violence which marred West Ham’s Carling Cup match against Millwall last night, in front of the Bobby Moore “6″ sign.
The Football Association will push for life bans to be imposed on the fans whose behaviour marred Tuesday night’s Carling Cup tie between West Ham and Millwall. The FA are looking into the events that saw a man stabbed outside Upton Park and pitch invasions occur following West Ham’s first two goals and again at [...]