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34 thoughts on “Highlights: Millwall 0-0 Fulham

  • February 22, 2015 at 13:09
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    Very dubious offside. I'd say that he was level. Once the corrupt FA see that, that lino is in for a right old telling off! What an opportunity missed by the lino to see us in even more trouble. I'm sure they'll make up for it on Tuesday against Wednesday. COYL

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  • February 22, 2015 at 13:29
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    How did Lee Gregory miss that chance? I know there are alot of Lee Gregory fans out there but he plays alot of mins and the goals to games ratio is awful. That chance was the difference between 3 or 1 point yesterday

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    • February 22, 2015 at 16:52
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      @bertstar: he was s*** yesterday missed a header and miss controlled so many times ...get rid

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  • February 22, 2015 at 13:39
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    That would have been a simple nod in for an in-form striker full of confidence, but sadly for him & us he is neither at the moment, hope he scores soon as every week without a goal adds more & more pressure on the bloke, perhaps 45mins in a reserve game might help him find the onion bag!

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  • February 22, 2015 at 14:03
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    Terrible miss by GREGORY , he's got to be going in heading that . No wonder we are in the s*** when we are missing those, awful decision to wag a foot at it when it's that high.

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  • February 22, 2015 at 14:12
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    Suppose next vids up to I'll be highlights from marquis and Fred scoring again.

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  • February 22, 2015 at 14:19
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    Wasn't there on Saturday , looked as tho Fulham had the best chances to me, worried about Tuesday ,think we might lose against Sheff Wed.

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  • February 22, 2015 at 14:25
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    Terrible miss from Gregory. We were lucky to get a point. We are certain for the drop I think and we deserve it.

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    • February 22, 2015 at 14:45
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      @benzo:

      Gregory missed because it required a left foot finish and he along with many other incredibly well paid professionals cant kick the ball at all with his wrong foot

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  • February 22, 2015 at 14:56
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    Signing of Taylor Fletcher not a prolific scorer in the past, don't see how Ollie is going to play him unless he plays two up front , no goal scorers in this squad:
    Hoff - useless
    Taylor- Fletcher - overweight and not prolific
    Gregory - not given the opportunity but is he right for this division
    Fuller - old but can do a job with 20 minutes to go
    Ranegie - what to say
    Easter - not given a chance
    Lambrini - to lightweight and no end product

    So where is the scouting that goes on at this club

    O'Brien - had a solid game but out on the wing not given an opportunity
    Woolford - not using him to his potential
    Williams - good defensive midfielder
    Tonge - same as Williams - why play both as do the same job - bit similar to the Bowry, Newman & Ray Wilkins combo of the mid 90's.
    Defence - played well apart from Harding - see why Forest won't give him a deal at end of season
    Forde - why sign Archer if you don't play him.
    So you see Ollie I think I know Wall better than you and so do all the fans watching yesterday - if we don't beat SW on Tuesday please please please go, at least we will have 13 games to try and repair the damage you have inflicted.

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    • February 22, 2015 at 22:02
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      @dady71: We must have been watching a different game - Harding played as well as any left back I've seen at the Den. Last minute tackles one end preventing what would have been a one on one and overlapping at the other. Nobody can have a dig at our defence at the moment. They look very solid to me.

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  • February 22, 2015 at 15:06
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    when was the last time we gave a team a good seeing too?

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    • February 22, 2015 at 16:38
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      @DELBOY64: Just two games this season - Leeds and Cardiff. Though I'm sure Holloway thinks we've dominated every game and should be top by now.

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  • February 22, 2015 at 15:27
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    Highlight of the game was Fuller trying to take down low
    flying planes. Why have they not show that?
    We need cheering up.

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    • February 22, 2015 at 17:29
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      @lowdown: I loved the comment near me when he cleared the Cold Blow Lane end; someone shouted, "you kicked it, you can f***ing go and get it!"

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  • February 22, 2015 at 16:07
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    Firstly I know we played a multi million pound team yesterday so a point in some peoples eyes will be ok , but I see it differently they were awful up front ( so were we ) a better team would have slaughtered us yes I know its a pretty new bunch of players playing as a team but im just as concerned about the future of our club not just relegation . Everyone and his blind dog can see the formation is wrong yet the manager continues to play one up front we can put as many crosses in the box to make the manager happy but if there is no one there its pointless I was a big fan of Ollies and stuck by him for a long time but I think he is basically to pig headed to admit he has got it wrong the whole Maggie thing is laughable yes he was SLIGHTLY over weight but in the last ten games he has played he has improved massively and we are a better team with him on the pitch so that should of be handled better and with him playing yesterday I think his man management skills are terrible and had a lot to do with him leaving palace .
    I hope he can somehow manage to keep us up but I think I would still jog him on because from what I've seen so far I've watched some s*** in my time of supporting this club for over 35 years that's part of being a fan and loving the underdog but im actually dare I say it bored watching Millwall at the minute and his CRAP FORMATIONS POOR TACTICS POOR PLAYER SELECTION and MUGGY INTERVIEWS
    Sometime managers and clubs just don't fit together right , unfortunately he is not the man for us he says he knows what our club is about sorry Ollie but you haven't got a clue about our club the comments after the Leeds game highlighted that
    I have seen loads of post on here saying give us our Millwall back and laughed thinking stop being so bloody dramatic but im starting to feel the same

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    • February 22, 2015 at 16:36
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      @mfc2u:
      Good post, and particular the future.
      If we go down and Holloway stays for league one,
      I fear it will be much of the same. His so called 'vision' is
      stupidly romantic, and not realistic on this clubs financial budget.
      In over a year he has failed to address the scoring issue,
      granted budget is a big issue, or/and maybe players don't want to play for him.
      But being shrewd in the market is not one of his strengths, if he has any.
      His s*** verbal contradictions are laughable.
      WTF and Maggie over weight issues being the latest.
      Time for someone new, he ain't doing the business.

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      • February 23, 2015 at 12:41
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        thanks for that I agree even in league one you need goals and a much better plan b when things are not working the other thing that surprises me is I thought he would be able to attract better young players to us on loan if you think of who we had under Kenny the best ones were good young prospects , yes I know the Watford kid and the Southampton defender are decent players but when we brought on his old pal on Saturday I almost felt embarrassed @lowdown:

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    • February 22, 2015 at 16:52
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      @mfc2u: The Millwall I want back is having the majority of fans seeing things for what they are. God knows we've grown used to watching rubbish down the Den over the years, but I've never known so many Millwall fans stick blindly behind such a woeful manager. Holloway was washed-up when he came he and has only got worse. He'll take us down and won't hang around to face the usual 4-5 years that we'll spend down in that division. As soon as enough of us supporters make our feelings known, Ambler and Berylson will show some balls and admit they made another nightmare appointment.

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      • February 22, 2015 at 20:16
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        Thing is Micky, as much as I agree with you, I don't think Ambler will admit that he has made another mistake.
        I do know what you mean though!

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      • February 23, 2015 at 12:47
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        I have to admit Micky I believed at some point he would come good maybe because of his experience with both Qpr and Blackpool but we now have a massive squad but STILL don't know our best team which after the amount of time he has now been at the club in shocking @Micky Lions:

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    • February 22, 2015 at 19:40
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      @mfc2u:
      It's very rare for me to get totally despondent, but that's how I feel at the moment. It's a real effort for me to drag myself to games with Holloway in charge. Having said that, I go to the majority of home and away games and have got my tickets for Rotherham & Middlesbrough.

      The truth is that I'm sick and tired of him, I didn't want him from day one. Many of our fans were happy that Lomas had gone and the consensus was that anyone would be better. Sadly that is wrong.

      Lomas was an untried at Championship level, he did do well in Scotland I know. Holloway is an experienced Championship Manager who in my opinion is worse. Holloway would lead us to believe it's not his team, but it is, he's brought more than 20 players.

      With Holloway in charge we will likely go down. I'm surprised Berylson has not bought his disastrous reign to an end. His transfer dealings and shipping players out or cancelling contracts must of cost a fortune and if there is a new manager I suspect money will be even tighter. Bring on Wednesday a good result might lift my spirits.

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      • February 23, 2015 at 12:57
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        Roger ive got to hold my hands up and say I was made up when he arrived thank god he wasn't at my door selling hoovers as i would have probably bought a couple , the more he talks the more I doubt his ability at least were not leaking goals like we were but if were not scoring any in our position the future looks bleak ( always end on a positive note ) we will do Wednesday two nil ( yes im a dreamer ) @rogerclunn:

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  • February 22, 2015 at 16:33
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    well he is aint going so we have to make the most of it

    Wednesday haven't won in their last 6 matches - so make of that what you want - clearly they cant be that good , but perhaps they are due a win

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    • February 22, 2015 at 16:55
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      @timchimes: don't worry we always roll over to s*** teams and get them on a winning run, clubs just love coming to the Den.

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  • February 22, 2015 at 18:46
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    We are going to lose again on Tuesday 100%

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  • February 22, 2015 at 19:47
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    Ok, so the defence has been tightened up. No Smith, Webster or Shittu, and no Dunne at right back etc. etc. I've been saying that for months. We've all been saying, without any negatives on here that we need two up front and we should have signed a striker. Nuff said.
    Here's what I think-
    Recent away wins- A credit in this division. BUT look at the stats. Those wins were against teams that have recently been crap-their stats prove that.
    Home wins- Err, none recently. Fulham at home- Their recent results are crap-Look at the stats.
    Next up-Sheff. Weds. away. Their recent stats not crap- Therefore a Millwall loss on the cards.
    Millwall- Holloway. Whilst those around him in this division get the shove he is told to carry on, despite the fact that he's out of his depth.
    Let's get Warburton in on a promisory note come what may at the end of the season. Championship ir League One. Get Fred back for next season. Finally, and long overdue, get rid of-
    Gueye
    Shittu
    Hoff
    Woolford
    Martin
    Forde-The only one that will give us a transfer fee.
    The ones in on loan- signed up.
    This team, club and boardroom do not represent what Millwall is all about. I'm a long term supporter. I've seen it all from Benny Fenton onwards. From Mel Blyth to Allardyce. From King to Cuff. From Sherringham to Fuchs.. .
    Time to move on. That time, Ladies and Gentlemen is NOW.

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  • February 22, 2015 at 20:36
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    O'Brien looks a presence, uses his size positively and can't be that bad in front of goal as he seems to score plenty for the U21's. Why don't we try him up front? Gregory, for all his efforts, seems to just lack pace. Most of his goals for Halifax were scored in and around the 6 yard box, he's a poacher and not a striker who'll run in behind. Fair enough, but at this level I think we need at least one striker with direct pace. Berylson must realise by now that the only way we'll score goals is if we spend on quality. Just once try and compete with the rest of them in the transfer market.

    Also, am I the only one who sees Fabbrini every week losing his marker, dropping off to receive the ball in the space only to be ignored, the ball eventually reaching him 5 passes later when the ideal moment has passed. You can see every time he is bypassed in these areas that he gets frustrated, if we gave him the ball more in these areas he has the ability to turn with his back to goal and drive forward.

    Not impressed with Tonge, too sloppy and reminds me of Derry, doesn't add anything to the team IMO. Williams looked a shadow of his former self, like he didn't want to be there. GTF wasn't great either to be honest. Dunne, for me, looked a liability again. Would prefer to see Nelson along side Hooiveld to get him some experience playing with a quality Centre Back partner.

    Can't trust Holloway's judgement, especially if you look at the players he has brought to this club. Of all of them, only positives (for me) have been Hooiveld, Fabbrini, Paris, Edwards and Gueye. Unfortunately two of those are out injured for a while, ones been dropped completely, and the other two are short term loans! Never mind

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    • February 22, 2015 at 20:53
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      @Shittu's Hankey: Agree with most of your comments. What makes me laugh though is the comments from other posters on here. As soon as you touch on the likes of Shittu or Dunne the defensive brigade come out to play.
      I'll say it again- Shittu-A total embarassment. Should have given it up 2yrs ago when he thought he could come back a stone overweight. Anyone who saw his positioning in our semi-final that still thinks he warrants a start is deluded.
      Dunne- A right back that was crap and as a centre half even worse. Only gets a game because Holloway thinks we want to see Millwall 'type' player.
      Both of them will not end up in the premiership or championship. They'll be lucky to make a living at League one or lower along with Smith, Wright etc. That's their level. Their next move will prove that.

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  • February 22, 2015 at 21:23
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    Funny how we all see the games differently, I thought Tonge had a decent game, also I'm not a Dunne lover but he was my man of the match yesterday.
    Don't know what to say about Gregory, should have done better with the 2 chances in the first half and the missed header in the second half was shocking! Holloway certainly hasn't helped his confidence by playing him out of position throughout the season but 3 chances yesterday and he didn't force the keeper into a save with any of them. It's not the first time this season that he's missed fairly easy chances either.
    I just don't think he's good enough but I'd be more than happy if he proves me wrong.

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