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Millwall's Forde out as Ferguson joins Northern Ireland squad

MILLWALL goalkeeper David Forde has missed out on a place in the Republic of Ireland squad for Euro 2016. Forde came on as a half-time substitute in the 2-1 defeat to Belarus on Tuesday night, but manager Martin O’Neill revealed he had cut him from the 23-man squad, with Darren Randolph, Shay Given and Keiren Westwood preferred instead.

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Disappointed Millwall skipper congratulates Barnsley on win

TONY Craig admitted he would have preferred more games before being trust into the Millwall starting line-up for the first time since October against Barnsley at Wembley on Sunday. Craig was warming up with the substitutes when he got word from Neil Harris he would start after Byron Webster’s hamstring problem flared up again.

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Millwall's League One opponents confirmed for 2016-17

MILLWALL will face AFC Wimbledon in League One next year after the Wombles beat Plymouth in the League Two play-off final at Wembley. Wimbledon's 2-0 victory over the Pilgrims at the national stadium on Monday sees them join League Two champions Northampton along with Oxford and Bristol Rovers in the third tier.

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Millwall release seven players including Edwards and Upson

MILLWALL have confirmed they have released a number of players as planning begins for next season following failure to win promotion to the Championship. Lions boss Neil Harris held meetings with players on Monday after Millwall’s 3-1 defeat to Barnsley in the League One play-off final at Wembley on Sunday.

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Millwall boss: I'll keep learning and we'll be better next year

NEIL Harris says he will be “a better manager next year” after leading Millwall to Wembley in his first full season in charge. Harris took over from the sacked Ian Holloway at the end of last season before rebuilding the squad and then guiding the Lions to a fourth-place finish in League One after a poor start.

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League One play-off final ratings: Barnsley 3-1 Millwall

RATE the performances of Millwall's players after Sunday afternoon's defeat to Barnsley at Wembley. Ashley Fletcher and Adam Hammill scored within the first 20 minutes to put the Tykes in a commanding position. Mark Beevers scored on 34 minutes but Lloyd Isgrove planted a near-post header past Jordan Archer to seal the win.

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Millwall release statement after crowd trouble at Wembley

MILLWALL have released an official statement after some fans broke through security barriers to appear to start fighting with Barnsley supporters during the League One play-off final. Images showed Lions fans move towards where Barnsley supporters were sitting as security on one of the upper tiers at Wembley struggled to contain the situation.

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Millwall's Harris: Webster loss a blow but Tykes deserved win

NEIL Harris said the loss of Byron Webster before kick-off was a factor in their defeat to Barnsley in the League One play-off final, but admitted the Tykes deserved to win the game. Webster’s name appeared on the team sheet at 2pm as it seemed he had recovered from the hamstring problem he picked up against Bradford in the semi-final.

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Report: Barnsley 3-1 Millwall

MILLWALL missed out on an immediate return to the Championship after defeat to Barnsley in the Sky Bet League One play-off final at Wembley on Sunday afternoon. The Tykes ended their two-year stay in the third tier, but it will be at least as long for the Lions before they can climb back to the Championship.

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Live: Barnsley 3-1 Millwall

FOLLOW all the action live from Wembley as Millwall and Barnsley battle in the Sky Bet League One play-off final for a place in the Championship. The Lions are aiming to immediately bounce back to the second tier while Barnsley are hoping to end a two-year stay in League One with a win at the national football stadium.

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Millwall release seven players including Edwards and Upson

MILLWALL have confirmed they have released a number of players as planning begins for next season following failure to win promotion to the Championship. Lions boss Neil Harris held meetings with players on Monday after Millwall’s 3-1 defeat to Barnsley in the League One play-off final at Wembley on Sunday.

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Millwall boss: I'll keep learning and we'll be better next year

NEIL Harris says he will be “a better manager next year” after leading Millwall to Wembley in his first full season in charge. Harris took over from the sacked Ian Holloway at the end of last season before rebuilding the squad and then guiding the Lions to a fourth-place finish in League One after a poor start.

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League One play-off final ratings: Barnsley 3-1 Millwall

RATE the performances of Millwall's players after Sunday afternoon's defeat to Barnsley at Wembley. Ashley Fletcher and Adam Hammill scored within the first 20 minutes to put the Tykes in a commanding position. Mark Beevers scored on 34 minutes but Lloyd Isgrove planted a near-post header past Jordan Archer to seal the win.

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Millwall release statement after crowd trouble at Wembley

MILLWALL have released an official statement after some fans broke through security barriers to appear to start fighting with Barnsley supporters during the League One play-off final. Images showed Lions fans move towards where Barnsley supporters were sitting as security on one of the upper tiers at Wembley struggled to contain the situation.