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O'Brien and Gueye extend Millwall U21s' unbeaten record

MAGAYE Gueye was on target as Millwall U21s recorded a 2-0 win over Welling United. Gueye was given a 60-minute run-out at Park View Road on Tuesday evening to help boost his fitness levels ahead of the new season. The 24-year-old opened the scoring with a low angled drive.

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Experienced Fuller to pass on wisdom to Millwall youngsters

RICARDO Fuller wants to help Millwall's youngsters on and off the pitch. The 34-year-old says he will pass on his considerable wisdom to the Lions' rising stars to help them become better players. That could mean they are on the end of the occasional grilling from the Jamaican.

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Gueye needs to be shown the "right path" - Millwall boss

IAN Holloway is determined to help Magaye Gueye get his career back on track. The Lions have snapped up the winger, formerly of Everton, on a one-year contract after he impressed during a two-week trial stint. Holloway admits there is some risk attached to the signing.

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Millwall boss wants to sign striker before Leeds opener

IAN Holloway has confirmed he is in the market for another striker. Millwall have drafted in Lee Gregory and Ricardo Fuller so far this summer but Holloway is still looking to bolster his options up front before the season starts in two week's time.

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Millwall clinch deal for ex-Everton winger Magaye Gueye

MAGAYE Gueye has become Millwall's fifth summer signing. The Lions have agreed terms with the 24-year-old on a one-year contract with the option of a 12-month extension in the club's favour. Boss Ian Holloway had been tight-lipped on his interest in the Frenchman.


Millwall defender dreaming of final-day promotion at Wolves

SCOTT Malone has to wait until the final day of the season to return to Wolves. Malone began his career there but was sold to Bournemouth having failed to make a single appearance for the club. So the defender admits is relishing going back to the Midlands.

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Fuller wants to be Millwall's main man up front next season

RICARDO Fuller wants to be Millwall's main man next season. The Jamaican striker, who signed a one-year contract at The Den, has set his sights on being the Lions' top scorer. Fuller turns 35 later this year but insists he is still the same player that scored 43 goals for Stoke.