Millwall relegated to League One after Rotherham victory

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MILLWALL have been relegated to League One following Rotherham's 2-1 victory over Reading tonight.

The Lions can no longer overtake the Millers in the table and will be playing in the third tier next season following a five-year stay in the Championship.

They face former boss Kenny Jackett at Wolves on the final day of the season but victory would now be a mere consolation at the end of a bitterly disappointing campaign.

Millwall won just seven games before Ian Holloway was sacked in March, but while relegation looked inevitable interim boss Neil Harris quickly improved performances.

The Lions have picked up ten points from nine games under Harris and with more time he may have steered them to safety.

But Rotherham, deducted three points last week, beat the Royals to clinch survival.



139 thoughts on “Millwall relegated to League One after Rotherham victory

  • April 28, 2015 at 21:43

    No one likes us. We don't care!

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    • April 29, 2015 at 09:32

      We eventually got what we deserved, we've been crap all season, most of the season before and its been a steady decline for the last four years. We ain't got money to spend, otherwise we may of had a scoreboard instead of a scaffold by now.
      Not just the team, but the whole club seems run down. The whole lot needs a fresh pair of eyes and a bit of enthusiasm for the club re-injected into it. From board level down there seems to be a mundane monotonous day to day nine to five state of mind of, just another day at the office.
      Next season i want to get behind a team i can be proud of, Nelson, O'brien, Cowan Hall, Fred, Powell etc, i just hope our board can rejuvenate themselves like our team.
      C'mon Millwall, we COULD be good next season, lets just hope that our Chairman and directors can see that, and give Harris the full support he deserves, and Kick start our whole club back into life and give our players a team, a shirt and club they can be proud to play for once again. href="#comment-7768

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  • April 28, 2015 at 21:45

    onwards and upwards ,under bomber.behind you all the way.

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    • April 29, 2015 at 10:51

      Bye bye Millwall.

      Ian Holloway and Neil Harris : WEST HAM LEGENDS!

      Oh and we must thank Steve Lomas too 🙂

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