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Ollie: Barnsley beating Charlton is "great result" for Millwall

IAN Holloway believes the pressure will mount on Charlton after their defeat to Barnsley last night, as the Championship relegation battle took another twist. And the Lions boss claims his side are now better-placed than their south London rivals to beat the drop.


Winger: Personal plaudits will mean little if Millwall go down

MARTYN Woolford is doubly determined to keep Millwall in the Championship. The winger has been a shining light for the Lions this campaign, top-scoring with eight goals and making more appearances (36) than any other outfield player.

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Millwall lose Upson to ankle injury for final four games

ED Upson will not play again this season because of an ankle injury. Millwall have announced that the midfielder, who is currently serving a two-match ban, will spend the remaining weeks of the campaign in the treatment room.

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40-goal non-league striker to play game for Millwall U21s

MILLWALL are set to give non-league striker Connor Calcutt a chance to impress in an U21 fixture against QPR on Tuesday. The ex-Tottenham trainee, 19, has scored over 40 goals this season playing for Berkhamsted in the ninth tier of English football.


Poll: Who has been Millwall's best player this season?

WITH less than a month of the season to go, NewsAtDen readers now have the chance to decide who has been Millwall's best player of the 2013-14 campaign. Compiled here is a list of every member of the current squad who has made at least one appearance this term.


Dunne: Millwall have "clicked" since training ground bust-up

ALAN Dunne believes "something has clicked" at Millwall since the squad held a heated training-ground inquest ten days ago. Dunne confirmed that there had been a "row" between players prior to their game against Nottingham Forest earlier this month.


Millwall boss laughs off "gesture" made to Watford fans

IAN Holloway has laughed off his two-fingered salute to Watford fans. The Lions boss was subjected to abusive chants from the away end throughout Saturday's clash at The Den but had the last laugh when Martyn Woolford hit a last-minute equaliser.