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"Professional" Webster keeping Shittu out of Millwall team

DANNY Shittu's hopes of returning to the Millwall first team are being thwarted by the form of Byron Webster, according to boss Ian Holloway. Shittu has been named on the bench for the Lions' last three games but Webster is keeping the Nigerian out of the side.

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Stoke City loanee buoyed by clean sheet on Millwall debut

ANDY Wilkinson was thrilled to come out of a "manic" 24 hours with a clean sheet on his Millwall debut. The right back was thrown straight into the side to face Wigan after joining the Lions on a three-month loan from Stoke City.

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McDonald: Millwall boss has totally changed my outlook

SCOTT McDonald has credited Ian Holloway with changing his outlook – and making him re-think his future at Millwall. The Australian has been a mainstay in the Lions side this season, starting and finishing all of their 13 Championship games.



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Five things we learned: Wigan Athletic 0-0 Millwall

MILLWALL returned from their long trip to Wigan last night with a well-earned point in the bag – but what did we learn from the game? Here are NewsAtDen's five observations from a wet and windy DW Stadium, from Richard Chaplow's renaissance to Ian Holloway's flat cap…

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Highlights: Wigan Athletic 0-0 Millwall

MILWALL drew for the third successive game as they were held to a goalless stalemate by Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium. There were few chances in a rain-and-wind-affected match – but you can see the official highlights here…

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Millwall boss pleased with "composed" display at Wigan

IAN Holloway was satisfied with a point at Wigan and praised his Millwall side's "calm and composed" performance in testing conditions. The Lions and the Latics couldn't be separated in swirling wind and rain at the DW Stadium.

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Report: Wigan Athletic 0-0 Millwall

MILLWALL came away with a point after playing out a goalless draw with Wigan in blustery conditions at the DW Stadium. The Latics edged the possession stats but it was the Lions who had the game's best opening when a Lee Martin free-kick fell to Ricardo Fuller, who couldn't convert.