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Harford arrives at Millwall as Gallen links up with Jackett

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MILLWALL have announced that Mick Harford has joined Steve Lomas' coaching staff following the departure of Joe Gallen to Wolves.

Harford returns to South London having spent a brief spell with the Lions during the 2005-06 season. The 54-year-old has also worked for Wimbledon, Luton Town, Nottingham Forest, Swindon Town, Rotherham United, Colchester United, QPR and MK Dons during his management and coaching career. His exact role is yet to be determined.

Gallen, meanwhile, has been appointed as Jackett's assistant at Molineux. Wolves' head of recruitment, Kevin Thelwell, said: "Joe was an integral part of what Kenny achieved when they were together at Millwall.

"They know each other very well having both worked at QPR prior to that. We anticipate Joe is going to be a very important part of Wolves going forward. He is a really good fit for Kenny, and a really good fit for Wolves, and we are delighted that he has joined us."

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63 thoughts on “Harford arrives at Millwall as Gallen links up with Jackett

  • June 28, 2013 at 20:36
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    It's all happening this week..... JG was always off with KJ. Harford is very experienced, no nonsense sort of football man.... Great fit for millwall. COYL

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  • June 28, 2013 at 20:37
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    Well if Gallen is a really good fit for Jackett then he'd have gone 2 weeks ago wouldn't he ?
    Sounds like Lomas didn't rate him and Harford's appointment doesn't appear to be as the assistant so that position looks like it's still available. The coaching staff at Millwall is where some of the budget is going. You've got to give Lomas credit. He's had a good look around in a very short space of time and has started the weeding out.
    Not unhappy Gallen has gone to be honest, he was part of the downward spiral last year so arrivaderci.

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    • June 28, 2013 at 20:53
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      @NICKOLA: bang! There it is! My thoughts exactly! If he was that important he'd have gone at the same time as KJ! I liked JG but MH is a marked improvement from what I know of him!

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    • June 28, 2013 at 22:02
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      @NICKOLA: nick you may find it would have come down to a couple things
      1) if he went straight away then it would have been too obvious that wolves had tapped KJ up
      2) they may have asked him to run his contract out so they don't have to pay us anything.
      Anyway who cares they've gone and we have well and truly moved on to bigger and better things
      F*** me it feels good to be wall right now

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      • June 28, 2013 at 22:09
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        Agree Luke, who gives a s*** about Gallen. Waste of space.
        Been a very good week and a very good day today.
        It's going to get better too.
        @lukesmithmfc:

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        • June 28, 2013 at 22:36
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          @NICKOLA: I think the same nick, this is the start of what's to come. Will be a very interesting couple weeks. Who knows now KJs team are out there's no reason to hold on to the dead wood.

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        • June 28, 2013 at 22:43
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          @NICKOLA: you seemed to be very confident about the Morison move well before it happened. What else do you know????
          Come on u can tell us, we won't tell anyone else honest!

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          • June 29, 2013 at 08:07
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            I wish I had such a crystal ball.
            Personally, I'd like Jackson in to complement Morison and I also think we're going to splash the cash on another forward and two midfielders. Bailey would be a good fit and I think he'd be comfortable in London. We also need a 3rd goalie.
            Two player signings this week and another 4 to follow.
            Never been so excited in June about Millwall.
            @bonnie1272:

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  • June 28, 2013 at 20:43
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    more great news , harford is a good coach who knows the lower div very well and not a man u would like to upset , looking like a good set up , i cant see to many players shirking there duties with lomas , harris , harford on board , and of course another ex striker on the coaching team can only be good for the strikers well done millwall

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  • June 28, 2013 at 20:46
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    Good luck to JG but I feel it's time for a complete change. New staff , new ideas and a massive push forwards. No point in keeping the old guard , if you stand still ,you will go backwards.

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  • June 28, 2013 at 21:51
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    Haha thelwell says "we are delighted he has joined us", as harsh as I may sound I must say mr thelwell not, as delighted as myself.
    This day has just got better.
    As for harford he's a striker coach and as bomber has already stated he will concentrate on the strikers could it mean either one of em will be assistant to stevie Lo ? My money is on harford.

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  • June 28, 2013 at 21:59
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    Encouraging. Another quality forward and a midfield terrier/playmaker and I will be made up!

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  • June 28, 2013 at 22:18
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    Lomas has got some colossal nads to appoint Harford AND Harris to his coaching staff, either of whom could step into his shoes if he messes up. He really means business

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  • June 28, 2013 at 22:40
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    He's a Millwall man

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  • June 28, 2013 at 23:33
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    New broom, needing a clear out, last year was stale and almost fatal, we could not have chanced another season like it.

    Whatever we do this season it will be with all guns blazing, reminds me of the arrival of the Doc.

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  • June 29, 2013 at 00:47
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    Good riddance,

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  • June 29, 2013 at 01:20
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    Glad he,s gone. Thanks to him and Jackett for their service but there were times last season when the players looked like they had never met before. Dreadful loan signings accept for wood who kept us up, plus persuing with DNG who even Stevie Wonder would have been able to see was s***. Time for the next phase COYL

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  • June 29, 2013 at 08:53
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    I remember seeing Mick Harford as a player & his reputation of being a hard-man precedes him and is well documented, so I pity the likes of Delboy if he decides to go walkabout during a game - lol. Good luck to JG but let's move forward as a club.

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  • June 29, 2013 at 13:43
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    Not upset to see Gallen go, some of his press comments last season were dumbfounding and completely uninspiring. However, despite what has been a really positive week for the club, I'm still reserving judgement on Lomas. He makes great soundbites, exudes confidence in his own ability, seems to get what makes the club tick e.t.c. e.t.c, but ultimately it's about points on the board when the season gets going. If we are in lower reaches of the table after five or six games all the bluster in the World won't help him. Fingers crossed he has the walk to match the talk.

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    • June 29, 2013 at 13:56
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      I think you're going to be in for a surprise this season. We are, apparently, favourites for relegation. If Jackett had remained and continued to play the squad out of position and ply his so called expertise in the transfer market than I'd agree with those odds. Not any more. What we've seen so far in Lomas, is someone at the helm who exudes passion. He's brought in Harris and Harford to beef up the coaching, got Morison on board, put pressure on Forde with a very good back-up and there's at least 4 other players on the way. Our away form last year was good, in fact the points gained away were a top 6 performance. It would have been better had our season not ended so dismally. It was the home form that badly let us down. A look at last seasons table shows just how many points we dropped at home. That has been identified by Lomas and I can't help thinking personally, that even before we kick a ball to start the season, that Millwall are truly going to be a force to be reckoned with this season and will finish in the top six.
      @lion.ie:

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      • June 29, 2013 at 14:07
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        @NICKOLA: Take your points Nickola, but we'll never know what changes KJ would've made or the support he would've got from the Board e.t.c. His resignation may yet be the catalyst for greater things. Personally, I don't think there is a cat in hells chance of relegation now that we have Morison back, but the danger is that you and others are now talking top six and it was only six months ago that we were up there. So if Lomas doesn't deliver with all of this backing things could go very sour very quickly and it won't take long for the Agent Lomas Hammers connection to take hold. Of course I hope you're spot on but I prefer to be optimistic with reservations, especially when so many changes happen so quickly. Come on Lomas and come on you Lions!

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      • June 29, 2013 at 14:20
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        @NICKOLA: We are 4th/5th favourites to go down at 7/2 to 5s, behind Yeovil, Barnsley, Doncaster and level with Huddersfield. I think the odds are based more on financial clout and last years finishing position than quality of squad e.t.c. at the moment.

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        • June 29, 2013 at 14:26
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          Money cannot always buy you success. The Championship is littered with clubs that thought otherwise. It's only my opinion, but I have the utmost faith in Lomas and the squad that will be playing for Millwall by August 3rd.
          My money is going to be on a top 6 finish.

          @lion.ie:

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        • June 29, 2013 at 14:47
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          lion.ie: Not quite as confident as Nickola but top 6 is not beyond our reach.
          But IMO (and I was a Jackett supporter) we would almost certainly have dropped this coming season had he and JG remained. Major changes were needed. We may still struggle but at least if we go down fighting and showing the Millwall spirit then I will be happy. This is a new beginning and It would be unfair to expect too much too soon, look how long it took Alex Fergusson to win anything with all the resources at his disposal. We need to have patience and give SL and his team a fair crack of the whip.

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          • June 29, 2013 at 15:05
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            @Sealion: Couldn't agree more about giving him time but I don't think the typical 'Wall crowd will keep quiet very long it if he starts badly. Hopefully he'll get the wins on the board pdq and buy himself some time. As I said, I can't see us struggling if we can get the likes of Morison but top six is a big ask. 33/1 for promotion so now's the time to get on if you're both that confident and you can hedge your bet at around 4/1 if we do make the play offs!

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  • June 29, 2013 at 16:09
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    I am very pleased with what SL has done so far with all the new boys coming in but with all the will in the world he needs to prove his worth as a manager and get everyone to perform every week not just two or three games and then make do with a draw here and there or dont worry we will do better next game. He needs to put the fire back in there bellies with the attitude of must win every game. Sounds like confidence is starting to re appear at The Den and long may it continue COYL.......

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  • June 29, 2013 at 16:51
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    Things are looking good top ten finish would be good top six would be a bonus lets give the new set up time to settle in and not get on there backs if it don't go to plan straight away COYL

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  • June 29, 2013 at 17:13
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    Its nice to see some possitive actions,bring on the new season,lomas is saying and doing the right things and he already seems to have won the fans round.

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  • June 29, 2013 at 17:58
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    You're all getting a bit carried away on some sort of optimistic wave. So far so good with Lomas - all the right noises - right back up staff - right striker - even a good goalkeeper in Bywater. The squad is still very short and woefully thin in some areas - a minimum of 4 players needed - strong hold the ball up forward who can score - left winger - maybe a centre mid - a right back. Even if you get them in it's not a certain success story though of course it'd make everyone more hopeful including me, Lomas has made a lot of noise about getting the crowd on side hostile atmosphere etc etc and again he's saying the right things - even Ambler sitting by is side at a press conference agrees and then it strikes me that it's him and his sidekicks at the club who have everything in their power to sanitise the place with their charltonification ideas so loved by our very own Harriet. Perhaps this will signal a change of attitude from the Nazis at the club who think anything worse that shouting boo is a banning offence.

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    • June 29, 2013 at 18:37
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      See you've cheered up then Les.
      4 players needed. On their way..........
      @Old_Les:

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  • June 29, 2013 at 18:34
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    I expect there to be an improvement next season with a mid table finish well outside the relegation zone. However I don't think we will see the full benefits of SL's management until the following season when he is able to bring in more signings of his own choosing for players out of contract in Summer 2014.

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    • June 29, 2013 at 21:15
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      He's still got the budget intact and apart from wages hasn't really spent any yet. Mildenhall, Maik Taylor, Batt all gone, compensated with Morison ( only a percentage of his wages-Leeds pay the rest ) and the new goalie. Possibility of 4 new players in and N'Guessan, Osborne and Woolford out balances some of the wages but he's still got a pot to spend. He's currently looking at out of contract players but I really do think that he would be aware that Millwall managers do not, very often, get the opportunity to spend and he will take advantage of that. He'll want to stamp his mark on it being 'his' team and not wait until Christmas to start tweaking the squad. In my mind, so far, he's done nothing wrong and more power to him.
      @denslions:

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  • June 30, 2013 at 10:00
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    Good luck to Gallen but Harford will be more suited to our club!

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  • June 30, 2013 at 13:33
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    According to Sky news SL is trying to "lure" Stoke winger Matty Etherington to the den. SL certainly has big ambition for Millwall. All power to him!

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  • June 30, 2013 at 16:07
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    Lee Croft of Oldham who is available on a free transfer is also training with Millwall. He is a right winger so I hope that doesn't mean SL is considering getting rid of Henry. SL had him on loan at St Johnstone the season before last so he is known to him. I don't think he would want to want to sign for us if he is going to be a bench warmer for Henry.

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    • June 30, 2013 at 16:11
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      @denslions: just got a message that he's signed

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      • June 30, 2013 at 16:42
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        @lukesmithmfc: That's the end for Feeney if he has signed Croft

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        • June 30, 2013 at 16:48
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          Forgotten about Feeney. If Croft has signed then Feeney will be off to somewhere like Brentford or Gillingham. Once Lomas signs a left winger we can all go to the DEN to wave goodbye to Woolford. I'll be getting the bunting out when that happens.

          @junkmale:

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  • June 30, 2013 at 16:16
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    That's interesting. Two right wingers and not much on the left. Wait and see what develops I suppose.

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    • June 30, 2013 at 16:54
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      @NICKOLA: there's a bit of noise about ethrington

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      • June 30, 2013 at 16:58
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        Yeah Luke saw that. He's 32 in August but good for a season I suppose.

        @lukesmithmfc:

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        • June 30, 2013 at 17:06
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          @NICKOLA: works really hard for the team and loves a tackle a bit like Taylor just older and more experience at top level but, lomas wants bailey if, he fits into the budget so, it may come down to one or the other as etherington won't be cheep.

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          • June 30, 2013 at 17:56
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            Bailey's a free agent isn't he ?@lukesmithmfc:

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  • June 30, 2013 at 19:40
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    Yes he is NICKOLA I was referring to the wage budget as SL stated he will go for bailey if he falls in to our budget.

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    • June 30, 2013 at 19:42
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      @lukesmithmfc: there's always two budgets wage and transfer
      @ nickola

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    • June 30, 2013 at 19:42
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      Gotcha. Need to get rid of a few then.............@lukesmithmfc:

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      • June 30, 2013 at 21:09
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        @NICKOLA: yeah I think so nick. Just been thinking who else we can get off the wage bill.
        Marquis - loan for full wage ? Not sure that'll happen.
        N'guessan - loan for full wage ? Pretty sure that's the only way we'll get rid.
        Woolford - sell, even for a loss + 6k a week wage.
        Abdou - sell, my fav player for a very long time but even I know when the times up, could get 3/400k + 6/7k a week wage.
        Jack smith - sell, 1/150k + 6k a week wage.
        I'd keep feeney for cover on left.
        I'd keep osbourne may come good.
        I'd keep wright and give him game time in the cups as he also may come good.
        Can't think of anything else nick and I'm sure you have your own ideas.

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        • June 30, 2013 at 21:29
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          Not bad Luke.
          Agree with most of what you say but Jack Smith is a useful substitute as he can cover more than one defensive position. I'd get rid of Feeney and Osbourne-Not Championship standard. Looks like Lomas is going to hang onto your other suggestions to see what they're made of.
          Interesting in the SLP online issue today that we're being linked with.....Croft, Etherington,Tudgay, James Bailey ( Derby right winger) Scott McDonald (Boro right winger). Obviously he's got back-ups if Croft doesn't sign
          Personally I would sign Nicky Bailey as the midfielder asap and then worry about the left wingers next.

          .@lukesmithmfc:

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          • June 30, 2013 at 21:59
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            @NICKOLA: would go with croft, McDonald and etherington not too bothered about tudgay and Derb's bailey he can't be much cop or derby will keep him.
            It's looking busy anyway so happy days
            Mate keep the rumour mill spinning

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        • July 1, 2013 at 10:41
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          @lukesmithmfc: on the whole I agree with you. I would keep Jack Smith and Feeney though. Jack Smith is Mr Reliable as defensive cover, not a first team starter, but a good sub. Feeney is young, and has real pace. If he could sort out his final ball, could be a very good player.
          I have already put on here that I don't think we can write off Marquis yet and a season loan at a league 1 club could bring him on no end, but on the other hand Harris has already said he is looking forward to working with him, so maybe keep him. As for DNG, not wall. Release him from his contract.

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  • June 30, 2013 at 21:10
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    The one thing Bailey, Etherington and Croft have got in common is good old fashioned experience, something we were desperately short of at times last season.
    In a League as competitive as the Championship you need a core of players who have been there, seen it and done it!!!

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  • June 30, 2013 at 21:41
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    Middlesbrough's Scott McDonald is a striker not a right winger. He cost Boro over £3million when they signed him from Celtic, has a pretty impressive goals per game ration and is an Aussie international.
    Fell out with Tony Mowbray at the start of last season but forced his way back into the side and ended up as their top scorer. Boro admit they're open to offers for him because they're in the financial brown stuff - again!!! Ideal foil for Morison?

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    • June 30, 2013 at 21:45
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      @Lonz: bang on lonz was ready for the reply but you beat me to it
      I'd take a chance on him all day long

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    • June 30, 2013 at 21:52
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      Thanks for that Lonz and that info makes it very interesting.
      Would be a great foil for Morison but can we afford him ? I'm still very sure that we are going to spend a large wad on someone so maybe he's under consideration.

      @Lonz:

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  • June 30, 2013 at 22:36
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    Millwall cannot release too many players that might cause too much disruption. They all have to be given a chance under new managership. SL may perform miracles with a few and turn them into exceptional players. Do not judge on past form before the new manager has had a chance to work on the team. Fine tuning a poorly runiing car can make it perform like new!
    I place my faith in SL to do a good job.

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  • June 30, 2013 at 23:02
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    I'd like to hear something from JB soon. What is our ambition from here? Maybe he's waiting until all the deals are done before showing his hand but the fans expectations need to be managed. It's getting like an England build up to the World Cup on here, after months of disappointment suddenly a lot of people think we are contenders again. Love the optimism, it makes a refreshing change.

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    • June 30, 2013 at 23:22
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      @lion.ie: you don't buy a dog and bark yourself lion. Lomas is his mouthpiece right now. JB is letting us know his intentions through him and all the players we are being linked with. Come the start of the season just before robbo's testimonial I'm sure you'll read something on here from JB. He don't need to say anything right now especially to us fans. He's got enough to get on with. It's also down to ambler and lomas to manage our expectations but I fully get where your coming from
      Me personally I'm just pleased we're getting linked with these players makes a pleasant change from the usual 1 or 2 s*** ones we used to get. It may all come to nothing but I'll enjoy the finding out. COYL

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      • June 30, 2013 at 23:43
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        @lukesmithmfc: Or Lomas is saying exactly what we want to hear to get in with us. The Morison signing is encouraging but if the ambition was really there surely we'd have bought him? Still loads of unanswered questions for me and I'm not over excited by the likes of Bailey, Croft or McDonald although signing Etherington would definitely turn my head as he has always been better than Championship standard. As I've said previously, let's get some points on the board before we all start hailing the new Messiah.

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        • July 1, 2013 at 00:27
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          @lion.ie: Buying Morison would have been a major gamble - loaning him is a superb bit of business. He'd have cost the best part of a million (at least) which would have used up most (if not all) of SL's transfer kitty.
          If he scores a shed load of goals his value might go up a bit, but he'll be 30 by the end of the season so he's unlikely to get another crack at the Premier League and hopefully he'll be happy to stay with us rather than take his chances at another Championship club.
          If he's a disaster (unlikely) we can put him on the train back to Leeds who'd then flog him for a lot loess than £1million.
          By getting him on loan, SL has still got the resources to buy another experienced striker and an up and coming youngster - possibly someone he knows from Scotland who wouldn't cost a fortune.
          All in all I'd say loaning Morison is the best bit of business Millwall have done in a long, long time.
          PS: Like KJ, SL will probably bring in two or three Premier League youngsters on loan as well - happy days!!!!

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          • July 1, 2013 at 00:52
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            @Lonz: I get what your saying re Morison, Lonz, and you're probably right but your first para sums up my main worry. If we are looking at a kitty of just a million then SL will have to be very good to get us near the top six and I'd be dubious about taking any player from Scottish football, we've been there before.
            As I keep saying, the optimism is great but we haven't seen a Lomas Millwall team kick a ball yet.

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  • July 1, 2013 at 09:07
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    The good thing is that we're going to be signing players rather than not. I would have thought he would have wanted them in this week at Warwick to blend them in. We've seen with Morison that Lomas doesn't fanny around once a certain player is available. With the players we're currently being linked with, albeit gossip only at this point, he has more than one player in mind for the positions that need improving.
    The budget was 1.5 million when we were chasing Wood. Since then, we've had the FA Cup run plus any additional cash that JB has thrown into the ring. There's extra wages now for the coaching staff given that we now have one more than we started with and he has to create an assistant manager position because there has to be a pecking order.
    Looking forward to seeing some signings this week and I hope the first is Nicky Bailey.

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  • July 1, 2013 at 10:20
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    Let's be honest, none of us have got a clue what SL's budget is - and quite rightly so because advertising how much you've got to spend gives selling clubs the initiative when it comes to thrashing out a price.
    The Lions were ready to break the bank to sign Wood, but it's worth remembering that he was a young player who could have been sold-on - probably for a profit - if necessary.
    The fact JB was ready to bankroll a £1.5 million deal for Woods does not mean that money is sitting in a drawer at The Den waiting for SL to spend it.
    Without the Cup run we'd probably have lost around £3million last season, and our operating loss for 2013-2014 will increase dramatically (unless we get promoted and/or reach the FA Cup semi-final!!!!!).
    Against that background getting Morison in on loan was a masterstroke and SL has already said that he won't be rushed into signing anyone until he's had the opportunity to meet them face to face and convince himself they're a 'Millwall' player
    He'll do for me!

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