Josh French

(@ShedCreativeUK)

42 thoughts on “Infographic: Ian Holloway's reign as Millwall boss in numbers

  • March 11, 2015 at 15:08
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    Biggest win 2-0 and that's only because we got a penalty in the last minute.

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    • March 11, 2015 at 18:01
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      Doesn't make good reading that, in fact all of it is awful.

      If and when Ollie feels the need to say he didn't have enough time or tries to blame us the fans (read today his comments after the Norwich defeat to that effect are why they sacked him!) a print out of this can be handed over to him. Might shut him up!

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  • March 11, 2015 at 15:09
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    What a manager can't see why we sacked him?

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    • March 11, 2015 at 15:14
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      @steveomfc5: where's bradders to defend him now..makes for depressing reading.
      Also hope this is the last olly article

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      • March 11, 2015 at 15:41
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        @Jim28: Think 'Bradders' has gone with him, LOL ! Sadly, he spent all his Post - Time moaning. But the article does make surprising reading.Well Done Josh French. ( NOLU, WDC ).

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        • March 11, 2015 at 15:57
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          @BUSHWACKER14: Still see you enjoy giving yourself plenty of "likes"... somebody has to haha, come on BUSHY give me those standard 10-15 dislikes 🙂

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      • March 11, 2015 at 15:46
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        @Jim28: Nice of you to personally mention me Jim 🙂
        I don't think anybody can defend his record at the club.

        What I will thank Holloway for is putting more emphasis on bringing the youth through (Millwall born & bred type players) which previous managers have seriously lacked over the past 6+ years and thank him for changing the way our club, as a whole including the youth, plays football... on the floor and none of this sh** hoof ball which we used to play under the last 2 managers.

        I'd like the next full-time manager, whether that be Harris or someone else, to play proper football and keep giving youth a go!!

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        • March 11, 2015 at 16:05
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          @Bradders: i knew you couldn't resist a challenge..personnaly if it was viable i would of kept him to work we the lads...cos the structure he began will probably now be wasted(hope not)..as for the way we were playing it was either 8 passes to many in mid or none at all (a lot of hoofing as you put it).so i'am not sorry to see that go

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        • March 11, 2015 at 16:25
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          @Bradders: Hey, why let facts get in the way of personal opinion. You keep on with this nonsense about Holloway and his 'youth policy'. Most of us focussed on Mr Holloway and his losing games policy. Worst manager in our history and unlikely to be matched in a very long time.

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          • March 11, 2015 at 22:07
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            @lion.ie:What those facts hide (as awful as they are) was his non-stop bullsh*t and the personality-cult surrounding the man.

            The truth is the football was awful under Holloway. We never bossed the opposition, there was no exciting or attacking football, tactics were all over the place and the standard of players brought in was atrocious. I'd often come away from games despairing at how we'd played, only to read feedback from fans delighted with how Holloway was developing our style of play and trying to revolutionise the club from top to bottom. He'd replace the 'deadwood' players with journeymen has-beens and people would be really excited. How did he fool so many people and what did he do to deserve their blind loyalty? The only comparison I can make is the many Nazi’s still blindly believing Hitler could win the war, even with the Soviets on the outskirts of Berlin.
            lly trying to

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      • March 11, 2015 at 23:15
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        @Jim28: can we sack the majority of the players too?

        Three supposedly good managers could not motivate these wage thieves?

        Good luck chopper - play your u 21s and tell the over 30s to f*** off

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        • March 12, 2015 at 07:39
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          @wappinglion: You are so, so right about this Wappinglion. Let's hope others realise what you have correctly stated. ( NOLU, WDC ).Here we come Bolton!

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        • March 12, 2015 at 08:35
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          @wappinglion: That's a good point. I'd like to see only U21. The good new loan players should play with the kids. I want to see young players looking up to Harris as a model and leader.

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