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"So far, so good" for interim Millwall manager Neil Harris

NEIL Harris says he is enjoying the pressures of first-team management. The Millwall' all-time leading goalscorer has overseen two draws and a defeat in his opening three games in charge of Lions, and has admitted it has been hard disappointing players with leaving them out of the team.

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Nelson praises on-loan Hooiveld's impact on Millwall career

SID Nelson has praised the impact that on-loan Southampton defender Jos Hooiveld has had on his early Millwall career. The academy graduate has only played eight senior games for Millwall but, feels he has adapted to first-team football well thanks to Hooiveld’s guidance.

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Watford recall Diego Fabbrini from his loan spell at Millwall

Diego Fabbrini has been recalled from his Loan at Millwall by parent club Watford. The 24-year-old has been immediately loaned back out, joining Birmingham City until the end of the season.

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Ipswich Town extend loan of Millwall midfielder Chaplow

IPSWICH Town have extended the loan of midfielder Richard Chaplow until the end of the season. The 30-year-old, who initially penned a one-month loan deal, has made four appearances and scored one goal since joining the Tractor Boys in February.

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Millwall players to train more during international break

NEIL Harris has organised extra training sessions for his players during the international break to ensure they are fully prepared for the final run-in. The Lions do not have a fixture to fulfil this weekend but Harris and assistant Dave Livermore will be hard at work with the squad at Calmont Road.

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Millwall marksman Gregory aiming for a double figure finish

MILLWALL striker Lee Gregory has been given a new lease of life under Neil Harris – and wants his goal tally to hit double figures before the end of the season. Gregory, who has been one of the Lions’ star performers since Harris took charge three games ago, underlined his new-found confidence with an ice-cool finish against Brentford last weekend.

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Millwall striker credits Ed Upson for goal against Brentford

LEE Gregory says his goal against Brentford owed a lot to Ed Upson's inch-perfect pass – and admits that's exactly the kind of service he thrives on. Gregory took Upson's chipped through ball in his stride, rounded goalkeeper David Button and slotted the Lions into the lead.