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Millwall board to make long-term plan at annual summit

CHIEF executive Andy Ambler says Millwall's board "will be planning for the next two or three years" during their annual end-of-season debrief. The Lions' hierarchy, Neil Harris and key football staff are gathering at The Grove hotel in Hertfordshire for three days of talks.

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Map: Millwall face long journeys in League One next year

FOLLOWING the conclusion of the League One season, the divisional line-up for 2015-16 is almost complete. And Millwall fans are facing some long trips up north to see their side away from home after Crawley and Leyton Orient were relegated and MK Dons won promotion.

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Highlights: Wolves 4-2 Millwall

MILLWALL bowed out of the Championship after a five-year stay in the second tier with a 4-2 defeat to Kenny Jackett's Wolves. Despite the result, there is a feeling of optimism amongst Lions fans after academy products Aiden O'Brien and Jamie Philpot got on the scoresheet.

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Infographic: Wolves 4-2 Millwall

ALL the facts and figures from Millwall's 4-2 defeat to Wolves can be found in this infographic, designed by ShedCreative. A youthful Lions side were, in the end, convincingly beaten at Molineux – but as these stats show, Neil Harris' side were very competitive.

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Harris braced for summer interest in Millwall goalkeeper

NEIL Harris admits David Forde's future at Millwall could be in doubt following the club's relegation to League One. Forde, who only signed a lucrative long-term contract last summer, is one of the Lions' longest-serving players – and a former teammate of Harris'.

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Millwall boss: Players saw my frustration after Wolves loss

NEIL Harris pulled no punches in the dressing room after Millwall conceded four goals at Wolves on the final day of the season. While a much-changed Lions side were spirited in defeat, Harris was unhappy with some "poor defending" on show at Molineux.

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Report: Wolves 4-2 Millwall

JAMIE Philpot scored with his first touch in senior football as relegated Millwall were beaten 4-2 by Wolves on the final day. Philpot tapped in from close range on a day when another academy product, Aiden O'Brien, was also on target.