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Keith Millen unlikely to leave Palace for Millwall – Holloway

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NEW Millwall boss Ian Holloway is eager to bring in an assistant – but he says the chances of that man being Keith Millen are slim.

Millen was Holloway's number two at Crystal Palace but is still part of the backroom staff at Selhurst Park under new Eagles manager Tony Pulis.

"Keith knows Tony Pulis and they've done very well – they've had some good results lately – so I can't see Tony wanting to change that," Holloway said.

"It's all about what sort of help I need and it would help working with someone I know.

"These are big decisions and I'm going to make generic lexapro and headaches every one as if my life depends on it because that's what the chairman deserves.

"I've got to get past this weekend but basically I can do what I see fit. At the minute, the lads [Neil Harris and Scott Fitzgerald] have stepped up and I don't want to confuse anybody.

"I probably will need a number two but I just want to get the Huddersfield game over with.

"Andy Ambler has taken loads of peoples' names down who want to come and work for us, and I'll try to get the right sort of help."

Alex Aldridge

(@accordingtoaldo)

9 thoughts on “Keith Millen unlikely to leave Palace for Millwall – Holloway

  • January 9, 2014 at 23:20
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    I'll be your no.2 guvnor!

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    • January 10, 2014 at 09:48
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      @NO1LIKESUS:
      HOW ABOUT ENTICING KENNY JACK BACK OVER AGAIN,
      TO BE "OLLIES" NO: 2 ?????
      " NO ONE LIKES US, WE DON'T CARE "
      THE STORM

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  • January 9, 2014 at 23:32
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    Good !!

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  • January 10, 2014 at 00:57
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    good stuff ! no rush let's make sure the number 2 is an excellent choice like your self ollie

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  • January 10, 2014 at 07:36
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    "Andy Ambler has taken loads of peoples' names down who want to come and work for us, and I'll try to get the right sort of help." - Steve Claridge for No.2 please AA.

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  • January 10, 2014 at 08:39
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    @Bexley_Lion:
    That is an excellent suggestion, it gives Steve Claridge the opportunity to put his coaching skills into practice, gain experience, learn from Ollie and it also provides Millwall with a potential succession plan.

    But I am unsure if Ollie will want him or if Steve Claridge will want the job having been an unsuccessful applicant for the management job.

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    • January 10, 2014 at 12:02
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      @Bexley_Lion: If not Clard@MillwallGra: If Claridge would rather prefer TV punditry instead of getting himself back in the game at a very high level (considering he hasn't managed in over a decade which was consequently with us so perhaps doesn't count) then how about Stuart Pearce? - Out of management but has a a solid track record with working with England U21 for 6 years as well as managing Man City for 2 years when Kevin Keegan bolted. Would compliment Olly on coaching the defensive side of the game and using all his experience to help Harris and Fitz out with the Youth, our homegrown Millwall stars of the future... it's been too long.

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  • January 10, 2014 at 11:14
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    So Holloway needs a number 2?, Well I'm dying for a p***, so I better dash to Upton Park

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