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Five things we learned: Huddersfield Town 2-1 Millwall

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#1: Lions can't wait any longer to replace Martin

Chris Eagles' hopes of earning a contract at Millwall look at lot brighter today.

Ian Holloway admits himself that the Lions are "crying out for" a winger who can run with the ball and spearhead counter-attacks.

That point was rammed home, somewhat inevitably, when Huddersfield brought on former Lions target Sean Scannell for the final five minutes of Saturday's game.

Scannell, who Holloway tried to sign in a £300,000-deal on transfer deadline day, hugged the touchline, drew fouls and used his pace to burst into space behind Millwall's back four.

Just when the visitors needed the ball to be at the other end of the field, he was driving the play in the other direction. When the Lions did get the ball, they didn't have the same outlet.

In short, Scannell pushed his side up the pitch – and kept them there.

Magaye Gueye could be that man for the Lions.

But he is not a chalk-on-the-boots winger who will get to the byline and deliver crosses. In fact, the Frenchman would prefer to play up front given the choice.

Martyn Woolford, Holloway says, is a "twister and a jinker" – a crafty creator, and one of Millwall's best finishers, but typically he looks to cut inside from the flanks.

Against the Terriers, Scott McDonald started on the left side of Holloway's forward line. The Australian brings quality to the side but wasn't as influential out wide.

Arguably, Lee Martin is the Lions' only orthodox winger. Martin, who will be ruled out until mid-October with a knee injury, has the best cross accuracy rate in the squad.

And despite missing the last four games, only Scott Malone (32) has put more deliveries into the box than Martin (29) has so far this season.

So as Holloway acknowledges, he needs another option, in the Scannell mould, out wide. Even if Martin was fit, the Lions boss would still be looking to strengthen that department.

Having trained for three days with the Millwall squad last week, ex-Manchester United and Burnley star Eagles would seem an ideal and logical addition to the ranks.

The season before last, he scored 12 goals and assisted another dozen for Bolton in the Championship.

Eagles isn't as quick as Scannell but neither is Martin. His direct style, trickery and ability to carry the ball, however, are exactly the attributes the Lions need right now.

#2: Millwall ponderous and sluggish in attack

Holloway was right to call Ed Upson's first-half equaliser the best goal Millwall have scored so far this season. It was a well-worked move and an emphatic finish.

But that moment of attacking invention was pretty much a one-off because, for the rest of the afternoon, Huddersfield's defence was given an easy ride.

There were two glaring problems: the speed (or lack of) of the Lions' build-up play, and an apparent unwillingness to attack in numbers.

As mentioned above, someone like Eagles would get more crosses into the box but for that to make a difference there would need to be bodies on the end of them.

Ricardo Fuller had a thankless task yesterday because he was always out-numbered by centre backs and, when he did manage to win the ball, he didn't have enough support.

Millwall were far too slow to get forward and their attacks were predictable and lethargic, broken down in stages rather than swift movements up the field.

Terriers defender Mark Hudson dominated Fuller in the air and yet the Lions continued to play long balls in his general direction.

If Millwall are to play with one central striker, they need to get runners around that striker. But Fuller was totally cut off from the rest of the team.

#3: Midfield chemistry wasn't quite right

Shaun Williams, Nicky Bailey and Ed Upson each bring their own qualities to Millwall's midfield – but the chemistry between them wasn't quite right yesterday.

And that's understandable, seeing as they haven't all started a game together before.

When Bailey tore his calf in the final pre-season friendly of the summer, Williams stepped up to the plate in a big way to fill the holding role at the base of Holloway's midfield.

The Dubliner has been excellent just in front of the back four but Bailey's return to the side saw him pushed slightly further forward again, alongside Upson.

Holloway claimed that Williams and Bailey "were trying to do the same job" in the first half. As a result, Millwall's midfield was too deep.

Scott McDonald, moved out to the left flank, was also a miss in central areas. His cross for Upson's excellent goal bucked the general pattern of the match.

Holloway was also highly critical of his side's poor passing.

The stats showed that Millwall's pass accuracy was 5% below their season average, while their total number of passes was also down on the previous week's draw with Forest.

As a trio, the Lions couldn't wish for better midfielders than Williams, Bailey and Upson. But on Saturday's evidence, they'll need a bit of time to find their rhythm.

Clarifying who holds and who pushes forward will give Millwall better balance.

#4: Millwall's big summer signing will get his chance

Lee Gregory has been frustrated by a lack of game time this season.

But he returned to the squad on Saturday after a hip injury and despite failing to get off the bench, Gregory's chance in the starting XI will surely come soon.

It may even come against Birmingham in midweek.

Richardo Fuller has not yet started a Tuesday game for the Lions having played on the Saturday, so a betting man would back Holloway to make a change to his forward line.

Mathias Ranegie, who has struggled to make an impact since joining on loan from Watford, could also get the nod. But Gregory is chomping at the bit and due a run of games.

When Gregory started against Sheffield Wednesday in August, Holloway said afterwards that Millwall needed to make more of the striker's runs off the ball.

With Bailey, Upson and Williams in midfield, now could be the perfect time to unleash the 26-year-old and let him run off his frustration.

Gregory could even slot straight into Holloway's current system because of his strength and tidy hold-up play. He's not a targetman but  can certainly put himself about.

Whether it's on Tuesday evening or at Derby on Saturday, the Lions have nothing to lose by throwing in their £250,000 summer signing sooner rather than later.

#5: Huddersfield are Lions' new bogie team

That's now four straight defeats for Millwall against Huddersfield. And the Lions haven't beaten the Terriers away from home since September 2009 – half a decade ago.

Holloway rightly pointed out after yesterday's defeat that both sides played their part in an "awful game". The hosts weren't much better than the visitors.

There was no tempo or pace to the contest and the atmosphere inside the ground was flat. For long spells, the 11,000 fans in the crowd could hear every kick and scream on the field.

Huddersfield, low on confidence and searching for their first victory under new boss Chris Powell, were there for the taking but Millwall couldn't build any kind of momentum.

And Nahki Wells now has three goals in his last two matches against Millwall. His 90th-minute winner last year and decisive penalty this term have cost the Lions dearly.

The John Smith's Stadium is a new bogey ground for the Lions. But if that's as good as it's going to get for Powell's Huddersfield, they may struggle to stay in the division.

Up next for Holloway's troops is another bogey side – Birmingham City. Millwall haven't beaten the Blues since 1996…

Alex Aldridge

(@accordingtoaldo)

48 thoughts on “Five things we learned: Huddersfield Town 2-1 Millwall

  • September 28, 2014 at 18:43
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    I would wager that Holloway has learned nothing from yesterday as he makes the same mistakes week in week out.

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  • September 28, 2014 at 18:58
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    We are in dire need of some pace. Fuller had a mare Saturday, he spurned 2 decent late chances having he'd come on as a sub I think he would of converted 1 of them. Please give Gregory a chance Tuesday against Birmingham, he knows where the goal is but as of yet this season hasn't had a look in. Also we need someone to help out Jimmy on the right hand side, although he did a decent job Saturday he was far to often up against 2 or 3 of their players which is hard enough for an experienced RB let alone a makeshift one. As for the midfield I do think Bailey is better suited to protect the back 4 so let Williams push up and make those killer passes for Gregory who as Ollie put it makes some fantastic runs. Lets remember lads it is still a relatively new set up and with great display's against Reading and Nottingham Forest some people are booing the team at half time notz many but that's not the point. Get behind your team and support them, encourage them and don't spit the dummy out if we don't win every game. NOLU WDC

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    • September 28, 2014 at 19:13
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      @mitchamscaff: if good golly ollie stops changing the team all the time and plays 2 up front 1 being Gregory we won't have to much to moan about we get a good display and what does he do praise them then changes the team cock

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      • September 28, 2014 at 20:13
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        @bobthelion: I agree he should stick with the same side when performing well 'if it ant broke don't fix it' and all that but sometimes a different opposition requires a different tactic and although the mental one does go ott with the changes at times I still think he is the man to take us up the league and I have no doubt we will finish safely and better than last season and that's all I ask for. COYL

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  • September 28, 2014 at 19:11
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    I think I must be missing something the fastest player down the Den this year by a long way has been young Fred Onyedinma surely he must be worth a go if pace is what the team need.

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  • September 28, 2014 at 19:43
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    1) We play too negative and let struggling sides get the better of us.
    2) Playing just 1 upfront just plays into other teams hands.
    3) We have a Manager that says one thing and then does another ?
    4) We are heading down the table fast.
    5) Oh and I nearly forgot - We need a goalscorer.

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  • September 28, 2014 at 19:46
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    well i will be right near ollie on tuesday and i will f@%king hope for his earholes sake that gregory is on that pitch and ffs sign eagles

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  • September 28, 2014 at 20:16
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    Drop Alan Dunne for a couple of games, just see what happens, i love Dunne but he is way to inconsistent

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  • September 28, 2014 at 20:18
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    They only had a couple of chances and giving them a pen was suicide, I even told my mate, 2 mins before it- that's the only way they would score. Everyone knows Beevers and Dunne are not true footballers, they need to go. Webster must start with Williams at centre half. Don't get me wrong, Dumb and Dumber do some good blocks and tackles, but you need footballers to play from the back in Ollie's style of play.

    Upson looks our best player at the mo, and he could do well with Martinez. I was watching training, and Bailey kept giving the ball away, he's not as good as people think. How about: these players out for now: Dunne, Beevers, MacDonald, Bailey, Woolford, (Fuller) and these players in: Webster, Gueye, Gregory, Fred, -Martinez, Chaplow (even if they both are unfit- they will still be better. Fuller on as sub)

    Dunne, Beevers and Bailey really are the cancer in the team. If you watch back the vid, they shuffle around with no idea of how to boss the game at all. You can visually see in their eyes, the constant total panic, as they can't create any time on the ball, so they have to rush decisions causing continual nerves to everyone around them. Analyse every goal we have conceded so far:- Poor decisions in what areas to stand from set plays, long balls to Dunne, which he misses, then Beevers is too slow to cover, the defence diving into tackles, and the ball making its way through- its quite a joke, because they have been doing this for years and years. They are not good enough players its that simple.

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    • September 28, 2014 at 20:40
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      @Alexdangelo: So you want to take out arguably our most improved player McDonald, who played with more guts and determination this season than any one else and replace him with a player although technically sound but cant play a full 90 mins and maybe cant play the role Ollie needs behind an attacker? I do agree with you that Webster needs a chance but I wouldn't put Williams in there as I think he is far more effective further up the pitch. I definitely agree with the Gregory/Fuller scenario. NOLU WDC

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    • September 28, 2014 at 21:44
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      @Alexdangelo: There are only seven teams with a better defensive record than us but 15 with more goals scored. You are looking at the wrong end of the pitch. Yeah, Dunne and Beevers aren't the best footballing pairing ever but they give everything every game, another eight like that outfield and it doesn't matter what nonsense formation or style of play, you have a team that plays for each other. Stick a goalscorer on the end of that and give him any kind of supply and you'll win enough games to keep us up.

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      • September 28, 2014 at 21:46
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        @lion.ie: Forgot to mention that Beevers is also our top goalscorer. (-:~

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      • September 28, 2014 at 22:27
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        @lion.ie: Alan Dunne gets exposed with long balls and beevers is to slow to cover up his mistakes Dunne is a S--T center back and is a even worse right back play Webster and beevers.

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  • September 28, 2014 at 20:33
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    6. We f***** up big by not snapping up Nakhi wells when we had the chance

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  • September 28, 2014 at 20:42
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    Number7
    Will never win a game with that custard tart looking away kit

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  • September 28, 2014 at 21:37
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    Mcdonald is a striker and basically is s.hit . He might put a shift in and play the odd nice pass but he is stopping the progression of the team. If he is a striker then play him up front, if he aint then leave him out. The guy is a waste of space imo and stops the like of Powell coming through. More like Ronald Mc Donald. F**** him off. £10.000 a week as well.

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  • September 28, 2014 at 22:17
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    Dunne is a S--T right back and he is a S--t center back as well,cos he got up one time and gave the other players a telling off,his now millwalls captain and number one choice on the team sheet every week,drop the two bob bit and play Webster and beevers, you want pace play Fred and sign eagles and FFS IH play Gregory as fuller your so called target man as won about 5 headers at tops in all the games he as played and as for the right back position play Briggs there yeah his a left back but pls believe me I bet he can play right I've seen plenty of left back play at right back and the other way round and stop changing the
    F--KING team around playing players here there and everywhere you are starting to confuse the team now, the team was fine at the start of the season now they don't know which position you will put them in next weekend, IH why don't you go all out and play forde up front on Tuesday proper confuse the situation hey MUG

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    • September 28, 2014 at 22:50
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      @jolly roger: I agree mate dunne is s@@t, sign eagles now.

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      • September 28, 2014 at 23:20
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        @foxy: if it rains tomorrow jolly roger would probably blame dunny..but i got a idea lets play all the players in there right positions.simple things like play yer cbs or a proper rb.someone who actually is a midfieder( not a converted striker)..we have 2 wingers but we dont play em..no over the hill strikers(had that last year & were crap).or is that to much to ask.??

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        • September 29, 2014 at 00:02
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          @Jim28: hello mate I'm going tuesday I just want millwall back like you, be nice to meet up if you like?.

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        • September 29, 2014 at 07:40
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          @Jim28: I'm not putting all the blame on Dunne,IH is playing him out of position he ain't a good center back his S--T and he ain't even a good right back but hey what do I know I ain't the one when we are 2-1 down that brings on Justin hoyte for upson the man who scored are goal and hit the bar and was having a good game and leaves a man who as scored 30 goals last year and we brought for £250,000 on the bench, al I'm saying is pick a team IH and stick with it forde,Malone,beevers,Webster,Briggs,Williams,upson,gueye,woolford,Fred or eagles if we sign him and Gregory .

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          • September 29, 2014 at 13:36
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            @jolly roger: I think Briggs is a good shout, worth a go. At least we'll have some pace and an extra attacking option. Bailey is out for tomorrow night his calf is playing up and Eagles is MIA. my team for tomorrow would be Forde-Malone, Dunne, Beavers, Briggs- (I would bring on Webster early in the 2nd half for Dunne to give him a run out) Woolford LM Upson RM Williams and jimmy CM Mcdonald AM- with Gregory up top I would bring on Fuller for Mcdonald if Gregory is struggling on his own.

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    • September 29, 2014 at 08:20
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      @jolly roger: im a bit confused. First youre telling him to drop some players and put them in different positions, then you say stop changing the team about and moving players?
      What was the point youre trying to get across? I dont understand...

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      • September 29, 2014 at 11:00
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        @AlMfc: I'm trying to say that he needs to drop dunne as he is S--T but his not to blame as IH as put him in the centre back position and if you look I'm actually only saying for IH to play Briggs out of position as we have no right back and briggs would Be able to do that job as he is a full back if you look at the team I have suggested you can see for yourself that Briggs is the only player out of position the rest of the team are in position they would totally understand and cope with week in week out but hey I'm not IH am I im just a supporter and if your talking about the Justin Hoyte comment then how can you justifie bringing a defender who is just a wage thieve when we are 2-1 down it does not make sense

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  • September 29, 2014 at 06:50
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    Sign eagles Now!COYL!!!

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  • September 29, 2014 at 07:56
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    4-1-3-2 . Play a direct game, this way gives you more than 1 option, you can either play direct up to fuller and get players around him, look for flick ons etc. Or you can play wide and look to get crosses in. Either way keeping possession isn't working lately I think we should look to be fairly attacking from now on. Bored with all the tippy tappy s***. We create f*** all. I like holloway and like his tactics but we don't have the players at the moment to implement his ideas.
    Forde
    Abdou dunne Beevers Malone
    Williams
    Gueye Upson woolford
    Fuller Gregory

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  • September 29, 2014 at 07:57
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    Gregory scores goals, but what as happened now is where IH as not played him and now everyone is shouting for him to be played if he does play on Tuesday lets hope he don't buckle under the pressure cos now there is a lot riding on him to become are next bomber or are next top goal scorer that is the pressure IH as now put on him cos he as refused to play him let's hope he does play and scores as that will give him loads of confidence that's if he plays

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    • September 29, 2014 at 08:59
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      @jolly roger: if gregory buckles that wont be down to us building him up(though i can see what your getting at).it will be down to one man..if he scored against leeds doubt were be having this debate..cos he'll be the 1st name on the teamsheet..as for the dunny debate.for 12 games he didn't put a foot wrong.now all of a sudfen he's the worse CB we've got..saying that when we signed webby i thought that he would partner beevers(reckon we all did). Plus. Jimmy is wasted at RB put him back in mid.

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      • September 29, 2014 at 09:44
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        @Jim28: Like most on here I am totally confused by the Gregory situation, but what also puzzles me is that none of his summer signings are getting regular 1st team football except Fuller who can't handle a full game. Why have we signed these players? I thought the idea of signing new players was to improve the side. Non of them seem good enough to become 1st teamers they only seem suitable for the bench (thats if they get that far). I know all about strengthening the squad etc but the starting eleven has not been improved by any of these signings. Other sides we face are playing their new players against us and they have made improvements to their team. I'm beginning to ramble now but I just find it so frustrating.

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      • September 29, 2014 at 11:10
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        @Jim28: abdou is wasted at rb he could easily sit in front of the back four but Williams has played that role so well so far I have never rated dunne and yes he as played ok but when we signed Webster I thought IH was going to play him and beevers or young Sid Nelson at centre back

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  • September 29, 2014 at 08:41
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    you are right mate Ollie may well have already crushed his confidence by playing an over the hill fuller ahead of him and a 6 ft non goalscorer who cant jump. now he needs a few games regardless of him scoring or not.

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    • September 29, 2014 at 10:21
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      @DELBOY64: Gregory needs to be told he has 5 or 6 games no matter how he does [injury apart,no playing with little niggley knocks],after all he cannot do much worse than the other two have done.jim28 was right when he said that had gregory scored against leeds we would not be having this discussion,his first touch was not good but that is why he needs a run in the team or else he is never get up to championship speed,to his credit after missing that chance against leeds he kept going and won the penalty.
      To IH i say i am a supporter of what you are trying to do,but as far as gregory is concerned i think i can see a bit of vindictiveness here,so give the boy his head for a fixed number of games,as i really do feel you IH have been a more than bit unfair to gregory.

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      • September 29, 2014 at 10:26
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        If gregory does start or comes on as a sub we the fans need to give him the biggest cheer we can muster,just to show him we are all behind him ,as his confidence must have taken a knock by the way he has been treated by millwall.

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        • September 29, 2014 at 13:40
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          @jim1222: Well said Jim. His confidence has taken enough of a hiding lately we're the supporters and need to help them not cxxt em off every time they make a mistake. NOLU WDC

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  • September 29, 2014 at 10:42
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    Sealion I totally agree mate you get new players to improve the team not make up the numbers if there not better than what we got don't get em and stop getting loan players we have enough youngsters to give a chance after all they are OURS

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    • September 29, 2014 at 11:09
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      @bobthelion: Nothing against loan players per se but they have to be the right ones like Chris Woods, Benik Afobe, Waghorn, Kane, Townsend people with pace and skill, but not the has beens that can't last a whole game have no pace and can't jump. We are so laboured in our attacking play.

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  • September 29, 2014 at 11:31
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    One up front isn't working.

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    • September 29, 2014 at 11:50
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      @NICKOLAone old unfit sod up front aint
      working..No team sheet Nic ?

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  • September 29, 2014 at 11:56
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    Aldo you mention Chris Eagles, In the past Chris has proved to be a good player when on the ball, however what has gone wrong for someone who seemed to have some talent? Bolton let him go in the summer and it appears no one has wanted him and its now October? Could that be wage demands? or is it that no one wants him and options for Millwall being limited IH is giving him a chance? I think the team lacks PACE and Eagles as you mention is not going to give us that.

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  • September 29, 2014 at 12:12
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    Gregory definitely needs to be given 6 or so games in a row to try and find some form and feel part of the team.

    To be on a par with the other strikers he only requires a single goal so hardly a great amount of pressure.

    As some have pointed out I do feel that the amount of chances that are actually being created for the strikers is more of a problem than missed chances.

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  • September 29, 2014 at 12:21
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    Actually, we've learned nothing since Fulham. Great performance that day but not matched ever since. Papering over the cracks won't help our demise, ruthless decision-making will. Time to step up IH.

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    • September 29, 2014 at 12:30
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      @NO1LIKESUS: this is a valid question.has holloway millwall team ever got a win when we have fallen behind???

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      • September 29, 2014 at 12:38
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        @Jim28: checked it out.& millwall under olly have never won a game when going behind.which suggests tactics aint working

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  • September 29, 2014 at 12:32
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    Gregory d serves the chance to show what he can do, but it has to be alongside a target man. Whether as a wide striker or one of two up front. Hope he gets his chance tomorrow.

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  • September 29, 2014 at 13:00
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    When holloway came he was suppose to be ruthless & to his credit he was he got rid of trotter & keogh. Then he fell into the same trap lomas did he started liking his players too much now he just wants to please them all. He's got get back to the way he was & pick his best squad of 22 & fu ck the rest off either on loan or out the door.

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    • September 29, 2014 at 14:33
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      @block 28: not quite true, I wouldn't say he likes Gregory.

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  • September 29, 2014 at 14:48
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    The dire expressions used here are a total reminder of last season. Ah well another relegation battle will ensue sooner rather than later, I'd rather it not be here at all, It's all down the lack of goals, no team bereft of goal scorers will get promoted only relegated.

    GOAL'S AND MORE GOAL'S is what we need to lift the Gloom

    My rant over

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  • September 29, 2014 at 17:49
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    Do you think Olly reads these comments? If so I will add something like why not play the A team v the B team. It worked back end of last season when we went on our unbeaten run. If Olly doesn't read this then I won't bother because what ever I/we say won't make any difference. If you do happen to take a glace Olly how come you raved about Chaplow in the Reading game and we have not seen him since? As I said A team v B team. Oh and just one other thing, why do we buy a player and put on the bench yet a loan player gets a game? Daft or what.

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