Harris braced for summer interest in Millwall goalkeeper

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NEIL Harris admits David Forde's future at Millwall could be in doubt following the club's relegation to League One.

Forde, who only signed a lucrative long-term contract last summer, is one of the Lions' longest-serving players – and a former teammate of Harris'.

But Harris expects the 35-year-old to be the subject of offers from other clubs during the close-season and conceded it may be difficult to keep hold of him.

"Fordey is a top, top goalkeeper and he's an international goalkeeper," said Harris.

"With his international aspirations, will he stay and play in League One? That's only for us to follow in time.

"But I would be absolutely amazed if there wasn't any interest in David because of his ability.

"Does he love it here at Millwall? Yeah, he really does and he really cares and he's been hurting this season.

"He's committed but we definitely expect there to be interest in him to move on."

A number of senior players were omitted from Millwall's squad as they were beaten 4-2 by Wolves on the final day of the Championship season.

Having featured against Derby last week, Jos Hooiveld, Nicky Bailey, Martyn Woolford, Ricardo Fuller and Gary Taylor-Fletcher were conspicuous by their absence.

And Harris confirmed he will decide quickly which players he wants to keep at the club in readiness for a promotion push in League One next year.

"There will be discussions this week with players regarding contract situations," he said. "We've got a lot of players – over 20 of them – who are out-of-contract.

"There might be a couple who are in my thoughts for next year but a hell of a lot won't be."

Alex Aldridge

(@accordingtoaldo)

86 thoughts on “Harris braced for summer interest in Millwall goalkeeper

  • May 2, 2015 at 16:01
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    Makes too many mistakes, get a young keeper in with a bit of experience in th lower leagues. Maybe even try a swap deal?

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  • May 2, 2015 at 16:03
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    Please,please Clubs come in and offer silly money for him.

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    • May 2, 2015 at 17:47
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      No one going to offer money for forde and he wont leave he's on a good screw get the accamedy keepers in they hungry for success ! Let's loan him to shamrock Rovers that's he's level !

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  • May 2, 2015 at 16:04
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    New GK
    Nelson, Goodman, Cummings, New Left Back
    Onyedinma,Williams,Powell,O'Brien
    Gregory, Philpot (congrats on scoring ya first goal after signing first professional contract)

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    • May 2, 2015 at 17:24
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      @COYL-1885: I'd love too see all our youngsters doing well and progressing, but even the 2001 side took two or three years to mature. Unfortunately I reckon we'd get slaughtered with that team as it stands.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 16:04
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    New GK
    Nelson, Goodman, Cummings, New Left Back
    Onyedinma,Williams,Powell,O'Brien
    Gregory, Philpot (congrats on scoring ya first goal after signing first professional contract).

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  • May 2, 2015 at 16:16
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    It will best for all parties if Fordey leaves,the truth is he has played a big part in our relegation.If someone is silly enough to gives us money,so much the better.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 16:34
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    Hmmm a top international goalkeeper who let in 76 goals this season! COYL!!!

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  • May 2, 2015 at 16:35
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    Forget the old pals act,get rid asap he's not worth two job,he has cost us time and time again and not just this season.its nerve racking every time he's near the ball.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 16:50
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    This sounds like a backhanded "come and get him" plea to me........... I hope so anyway!

    Time to get rid of the old guard and bring in some new, wholehearted, experienced Millwall-type players with pace and strength who are under 30yo to help develop our talented crop of young Lions and take Div 2 by storm .

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  • May 2, 2015 at 17:02
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    impressive that only days after being appointed Neil Harris has worked the managerial process, that if you really want to get rid of a player state how good they are and mention their international credentials to get other managers interested.

    Forde has been pretty poor all season and we'll past his best so good riddance

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    • May 2, 2015 at 23:08
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      @JasperSexton: Neil could also have a DVD of Fordes greatest saves this season to entice potential bidders.

      The box set of goals conceded, blunders and kicking the ball into touch (and the back of sids head!) we'll keep that hidden away.

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      • May 3, 2015 at 00:21
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        @MFC Lion: it'll be an Easter egg special that gets unlocked once you signed him!!

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      • May 3, 2015 at 00:42
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        Don't we have the young fella from Tottenham? Given a run out he may do fairly well in league 1. If he is not the answer then where do we look? Lower leagues? Mainland Europe? I also cannot see a Marquis in the squad if we keep Gueye...next season looks promising but also precarious...no matter the team, Harris will have us playing with heart next season...will be an interesting couple of months.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 17:08
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    Forde is C**P and has cost us dearly - we should have off loaded him last year when there was supposed to have been interest.
    His kicking and general distibution is diabolical.
    Blames everyone but himself

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  • May 2, 2015 at 17:43
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    No one wanted him when he was out of contract. He was give a far to lucrative contract by Millwall, others teams will not match what he as now.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 17:50
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    A top top goalkeeper? He let in about 3 goals a game, Let him go he's crap, and if you can get a fiver for dunne take it.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 17:53
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    Keep Nicky Bailey, he was a warrior in midfield against Derby and could be a very key player in League 1 alongside Williams and Adbou

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    • May 2, 2015 at 23:13
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      @ClarkeyMFC: all down to reliability with Bailey. If I had any faith that he could be available for even half a season I would want to keep him. He's undoubtedly a good player and has played well for us since he returned.

      But I can't help thinking he's just a game away from being out again for months.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 18:01
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    I remember this time last year when people were scared Forde wouldn't sign a new deal and might leave, and now he has played his hand in getting us relegated.

    Get rid and give the young keeper a go - we won't necessarily have instant success but this team needs time to rebuild with our great group on promising youngsters and no more desperate loan signings!

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  • May 2, 2015 at 18:31
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    Short short memories on here. And a complete lack of respect and class shown to a good servant, who I may add ended up 5th on this seasons clean sheets list with 15 clean sheets. Still, we can do much better ay!!!! Careful what you wish for you Ungreatful b*******!

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    • May 2, 2015 at 20:02
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      82wall: you could not be more correct82wall yes he may have had a weak season but how many times did he play behind a settled bak four ? He also had to play behind a young inexperienced lad like Sydney , a midget in dunne, a out of form DS, and full backs not understanding the system.

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    • May 2, 2015 at 21:31
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      @82wall:
      Actually no, I have quite a long memory stretching back over 50 years and including a fair few keepers worse than Forde as well as even more who were better.

      He has been a decent shot-stopper but his positioning, distribution, decision making, handling of crosses and long range shot handling have never. ever been better than mediocre and not infrequently the cause of disaster.

      Having an inconsistent outfield player whose errors can be compensated by flashes of brilliance or whose nuts can be pulled from the fire by more workmanlike fellow pros is one thing but the regular ricks pulled by Forde can't be carried in a goalie.

      I have no doubt he tries hard and cares but frankly that is no substitute for being reliable, competent and providing a modicum of confidence.

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      • May 4, 2015 at 12:35
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        @The Humble One:
        Put it this way, we could, and may very well do a lot worse than him next season. The same people who are slagging forde off, are probably the same people who wanted Jackett gone. Like I say, short memories and some people will not realise what they have until its gone! Maybe if the players infront of him Wernt so s*** and let teams walk through them, then he wouldnt of had so much to do.

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        • May 4, 2015 at 14:33
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          @82wall: You have you p**** all you do is moan about everyone on here yet it's you who talks all the b***** why don't you stick to your palace web site you clown

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        • May 4, 2015 at 16:50
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          @82wall: He is lucky he as been in football for this long no one wanted him until we got him you c,,u,,n,,,,t. That's a short memory so shut your mouth you palace m,,u,,,,g

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          • May 5, 2015 at 06:13
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            @lionheart:
            Oooooh someones having a bad week aren't they! What's all the palace stuff about? Strange man. There are alot of strange comments on this site, and yours are up there with some of the finest! I've had a few rows on here, yes. Me and jim28 were having it for months a while back, I don't no him from Adam but some of us are clearly old enough to not hold a grudge as we realise we all care about the same thing. You however are just a thick thick c u n t. And For the record, forde has been good for us over the years, and has won us games, and ofcourse lost us points too. Regulars who have gone home and away over the last 5 years would agree im sure, But he loves the club and has been a very decent bloke to have around. Read the book FAMILY (if you can read properly). The hypocrisy (do you know what that means?) is amazing from you, having a pop at me for having rows with other fans but then you go on to s*** off a player like forde!?... I reckon your about 15/16, purely on the basis you felt the need to say to me "I hate you" , I mean c'mon.... You hate a bloke youve never met because you disagree with him on a message board? You're Either an adult who has the mental age of a child, or you actually just are a child. Do you call everyone you don't like a palace c***? I'd be willing to bet with you that your more the 'palace type' out of the 2 of us. Sadly, you probably couldn't afford to bet anyway given you probably only get a small amount of pocket money from your mum each week. Put your toys away now boy.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 18:43
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    Forde leaving would be a blessing, especially if some fools are prepared to pay money for him. Bailey and Martin will also go because we can't afford their wages in Div 1 and will probably want to play in teh Championship. Dunne, Beevers and Woolford will get offers from Championship clubs and go. We all know Shittu, Angel, Hoyte, Fuller and Maierhoffer are off too. Probably, Webster will be released to Yeovil. We are then left with a very small number of senior players - Upson, Williams, Abdou (any others I've forgotten?) There will definitely be a need to bring in a few experienced players. Good to see some youth players coming in to the side but we can't rely on them exclusively next season.

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    • May 2, 2015 at 21:34
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      @junkmale: "Dunne, Beevers and Woolford will get offers from Championship clubs and go."
      Are you Dunney's agent in disguise?
      I mean seriously? You expect some poor deluded fool of a Championship Manager to snap him up or, more likely, have his board foist the bloke on him?

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    • May 3, 2015 at 10:07
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      @junkmale: If Beevers goes then I would like to see us keep Webster as I feel he could do a good job for us next season but the way he was treated by CoCo he will probably tell us to do one. Dunne would probably be ok as a squad player next year but that's all. Junkmale Championship club coming in for Dunny, April fools day has long gone mate!

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      • May 3, 2015 at 13:12
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        @Sealion: fairly confident Webster would stay knowing its Harris rather than Holloway in charge.

        Remember that Yeovil are now down to league 2 so unless he's particularly fond of them why stay?

        I'm assuming he's still got at least a year to run on his contract with us, anyone know?

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  • May 2, 2015 at 18:47
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    Abdou needs a new contract his prober millwall and I feel gueye needs a new contract to his proved what he can do under good guidense from bomber

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    • May 2, 2015 at 20:11
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      @jay09: Good shout. I think the club has already said they will offer Abdou a contract, so unless a Championship club comes in with silly money we are OK there. Gueye, I think, could do a good job for us in League 1, so Harris should trigger that extension clause. The only reason he might not might be the money Gueye is on, which I expect will be a fair amount as we signed him from Everton.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 19:08
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    What happens if and when QPR get relegated and refuse to pay their FFP penalty ( 40 odd million) will they get thrown out of the league ? And if so, will we keep our place in championship ?

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    • May 2, 2015 at 19:14
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      @eio:
      No, we are down, accept it. There is no way on earth that would happen.

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      • May 2, 2015 at 19:30
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        @82wall: I have accepted relegation....over the course of the season we deserve to be relegated.....................but stranger things have happened

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  • May 2, 2015 at 19:37
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    There's no doubt fordie has been a loyal servant which will stop me from slagging him off.
    For the past 3 seasons his performances has nosedived rapidly and has more than contributed to our inevitable relegation. His overall game has deteriorated he no longer demands the area at set plays can no longer get down quick enough and has no chance getting back up if needs must. His only defence is that everything in front of him has been just as bad. Someone mentioned his kicking and distribution but that has never been his strong point although it has to be said it is absolutely shocking.
    He has had some memorable seasons and games for us and has been a very good keeper but we need to part company we need a younger cheaper hungry option which we may need to spend a couple quid on but IMHO Fordie is not an option for us next season we both could do with a fresh start. all the spill about celtic, yeah righty o an irish celtic fan turns down the chance to play for the team he dreamt playing for as a kid and champions league football for a small team in the championship who at best will finish just above the drop zone, hhhmmmmmmmm.
    Anyway cheers for the service fordey but we need something different now mate. The past three yrs has been a tad dissapointing and you've more than played your part.
    Shame as you where on course to be up there with the likes of Horne Keller and Warner but instead you'll join Branagan and Davidson.
    Good luck where you end up.

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    • May 2, 2015 at 20:08
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      @lukesmithmfc: Agree with what you say Luke, except in my memory Davidson was a much better keeper than Forde.

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      • May 3, 2015 at 01:31
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        @junkmale: he wasn't here as long junk, only 2 or 3 yrs and I think Forde was better than Aiden in his first 2 to 3

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    • May 2, 2015 at 21:37
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      @lukesmithmfc:
      My abiding memory of Forde commanding his area was the period when they more or less chained his boots to the goal line in a desperate attempt to prevent him getting in Robbo's way.

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      • May 3, 2015 at 19:40
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        @The Humble One: even Willy Gueret was better than Forde and hardly ever got a sniff dud to Denzil being a solid keeper, I would put Fordey up there with the likes of Tim Carter and Andrew Ayga.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 20:10
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    Can the lions send a deputation to Russia and get a rich businessman to become the new chairman like Bournemouth. Lol.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 21:17
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    No doubt Forde will be off, but I wish him all the best. Not been the best season for him, but what do you expect when you've got a lunatic changing the back 4 every game.

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  • May 2, 2015 at 21:26
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    Forde has been a loyal servant but even without his blunders he would still not be the future. He is on an expensive long term contract and we need to unload and get a younger keeper or an experienced championship keeper who is not getting a game and wants to relaunch his career on a smaller wage than Forde. Bailey needs to go as he is an expensive luxury, we need someone who is available for more than 12 games a season, we cannot afford passengers no matter how good they are (and Bailey isn't that good anyway). I would also let Martin go, he runs around a lot but his assist and scoring rate are very poor, he just isn't as good as he thinks he is. I don't think Williams will stay, he came to us for championship football and that has now gone, his agent will be drumming up custom as I write and his form has been s**** for a while now, the magic has worn off that wand of a left foot. Woolford might find some confidence in div 1 he has been a shadow of his self for most of the season and seems incapable of directing any shot on a target 8yds wide but he may be useful but if anyone comes in for him he will be off. To tell you the truth apart from the youth, Gregory, Abdou and Upson (unsure about Cummings) I wouldn't give a t*** if the rest fked off. They are definately not the quality we need to get us back out of the s****.

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  • May 3, 2015 at 00:15
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    Forde has made some fantastic stops this season. I cant remember who we were playing but he made a fantastic double save - when both forwards were dead certs to score and he stopped both. We cheered like we'd scored. And a fair few clean sheets in a struggling side isn't too bad! If you look at the goals that beat him - they're usually very decent hits. I think we do need a new keeper - but that dont mean we need to disrespect the one on his way out. We're better than that and thats not how we treat our players.

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    • May 3, 2015 at 02:26
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      @Mullwall: double save against Cardiff best ever, but goal conceaded Blackpool worst ever

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      • May 3, 2015 at 13:20
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        @mfcmike: yeh it was a great double save and vital to us getting the 1-0 win that day.

        The problem as you mention (Blackpool) are all the mistakes costing us goals.

        I have a lot of respect for his service over the years and he's not been helped by some woeful defending.

        But he's not a young man, he's not going to cut these flaws from his game, he's on a very high wage. Just feel if an offer comes in we should probably accept it.

        I find it hard to believe (very worried if the case) that we don't have some young keepers to step up to replace him. Someone else who is a shot stopper, can deal with crosses, kick the ball and keep it on the pitch......

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  • May 3, 2015 at 00:30
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    Reminds me of the season when poor old Rhino legs went on him. Same for Forde. It's a case of getting old. Two good servants for our club. Still we remember the good times..unable to go to away games these days. So only got home games to judge.. Nice weekend all.

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  • May 3, 2015 at 01:05
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    Millwall was my first love.. I Would sit on steps at away end. Half time , would cross half way line to meet big brother in cold blow lane.. Millwall have give me so many ups and downs. Like tower bridge. Have seen so many great players ( Harry Cripps, Kitchener. ) the best of the best.. We are down but what makes us the best club is,, we get up , brush ourselves down , get back into the fight.. Don't be down .. It's life.. We WILL be back. Stronger and better. WE ARE MILLWALL

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  • May 3, 2015 at 02:20
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    Read the book my family and you can see his comited through and through but sometimes that's not enough. Last time he impressed me was when he saved the play off pen against leeds. But as freebies go his done us well but as u say Mr Norris his got to go.

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  • May 3, 2015 at 02:24
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    Kenny once said that abdou was his best ever signing fordey can't be far behind

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  • May 3, 2015 at 09:03
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    Lucrative deal well who authorised that one then - another great decision on behalf of MFC. Never ever given me confidence except for a couple of periods of a very long time. Let's say compare
    FORDE with DENZEL it would be for me Forde 5.5/10 Denzel would get a 7.5 that says it all.
    So now we are lumbered with a below average goalie on massive wages and we cannot get rid of him -
    must be a mate of Hoyte. I really despair. Forget promotion next year all this hype about the youngsters do you think the youngsters will get us promotion get real. Still fixtures will be out soon Bury away would be good followed by Shrewsbury at home and this is the new dawn - get real.
    I am deep down worried for Wall next year promotion forget it - the attendances more than likely won't pay the wages. That equals no money for new players. Result relegation and a downward spiral. It all went wrong when Steve Claridge never got a chance and if it had not been for KJ f..k knows where Wall would be now. MURPHY to win the snooker the Basildon boy to tired and emotional lump on. Be lucky.

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  • May 3, 2015 at 09:40
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    Just seen the goals, the only team interested in him will be a non league club, f***** useless

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  • May 3, 2015 at 09:57
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    Forde is one of the best I have seen at our club on his day, unfortunately he is prone to going a few games every season where he makes some really silly mistakes. Having said that, I still think that we have benefited form having him in the team more than we would by losing him. I would keep him unless this kid Archer is the real deal. Whatever happens, we NEED two keepers that can play first team football, to ensure the current first choice maintains high standards. Forde hasn't really had any real competition for his place in 4 years.

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  • May 3, 2015 at 10:23
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    New keeper
    Cummings
    Nelson
    Goodman
    New left back
    Paris-Cowan
    Upson
    Powell
    Fred
    Gregory
    O'Brian

    ..

    That team would struggle to stay up in league 1 I'm being serious

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    • May 3, 2015 at 10:41
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      @North London Lion: good post, imo we must not get carried away with this idea that just because the players come up through our ranks that they are ALL good enough. in your lineup nelson and goodman would be bashed up by hanson and stead for example! we must be sensible and i am sure Harris will be. i would like webster to be given a chance, he is a big unit and a leader, and nelson and goodman would benefit from a player like him, its a long season and a strong squad of youth and experience , as Harris states, will be required.

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  • May 3, 2015 at 10:31
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    Could add Abdou instead of Powell but still lacks real experience. As good as it is to see homegrown players in the team it'll take them a while because they haven't played a full season. Lots of people saying they think we'll bounce back at the first attempt, don't think that's realistic. League1 uis a very tough division and we've nearly been relegated again twice after going down previously.

    Could be left with the bare bones of a squad after all the players surplus to requirements have gone and others snapped up by championship clubs.

    Can't see Martin, Williams and Magaye wanting to play in league 1.

    Until we know what we have for next season it's difficult to make any real predictions but right now I'd take a season of consolidation building for the future.

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  • May 3, 2015 at 10:56
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    @Rowanonthewing7

    Totally agree, with possibly 18 players from 20 out of contract leaving in the next few days /weeks, we'll be down to the bare bones and it'll be a major rebuilding job. As much as I want Harris to succeed it must be remembered that he's got no experience in the transfer market and we're relying on him to rebuild the squad with a number of new signings, nobody not even Harris himself knows how successful he'll be in attracting the right players to the Den.

    It's a bit of a gamble, I hope it pays off, two wins in ten games for Harris albeit in difficult circumstances.

    I just think people need to reign in their optimism before they see what the squad is actually going to be for next season.

    I wish Harris all the luck and really hope it'll work out because I would hate to see our legend fail but it's not going to be easy next season.

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  • May 3, 2015 at 11:51
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    To all you poster's that want to see the back of Forde,any potential buyer would look at these post's and think again,but as we are giving our view's here is mine.
    Forde is 34 year's of age,the problem is he is on a three year contract,so he is sure to go backward's from here on in,so who so ever sanctioned that three year deal need's shooting,unless of course he had an eye on another keeper and forde was destined to be the number 2.
    I have been unhappy with Forde for sometime,i was a goalkeeper myself,and it was drummed into me that the six yard box was mine and most high balls in the six yard box were my responsability ,also it was drummed into me that i had to be the captain as far as the defender's were concerned,Forde does neither of these thing's on a regular basis,so when people say he has not had a permanant back four in front of him it is his job to make the back four to keep their shape.

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  • May 3, 2015 at 12:05
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    thank god get rid ffs , shay given now ahead of him and he is a about 64 years old. Been crap for awhile he gets beaten from long range too easily

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  • May 3, 2015 at 12:10
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    Just watched the highlight (lowlights) - C**p defending all round - the youngsters get muscled off the ball too easily
    FORDE WAS C**P - slow or what - get rid

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  • May 3, 2015 at 12:21
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    What the F--k do he mean Fordes future could be in doubt?No question he is past it end of story.I m just worried hes a good mate.

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  • May 3, 2015 at 13:28
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    If q pr get relegated which is almost certain they will have to go into administration because they have to pay 40 million To FA. There is still hope as would drop them to div 1

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    • May 3, 2015 at 17:37
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      @Bassett: The 40 million is not for the FA but The Football League. From what I have read, if they do not pay the 40M they are removed from The Football League (straight down to The Conference).
      If they could take the option of administration and a points deduction then it would make a nonsense of FFP regualtions.......also whenever a team goes into administration they must ensure that they pay off all football related debts (of which this is one) ....to continue playing

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  • May 3, 2015 at 14:58
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    I don't want to be in league 2 but I would much rather play

    AFC Wimbledon, Dagenham, Leyton Orient, Luton Town, Portsmouth, Oxford, Newport

    Than
    Gillingham, Rochdale, Fleetwood, Burton. Barnsley, Oldham! ust gets better, poor old Leyton Orient have been relegated so no f****** London derbies next season!

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  • May 3, 2015 at 15:05
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    I know peopledsay they pay to watch Millwall NOT the opposition but that's not b******* IMO if that's the case why do 16000 turn up against Leeds and half that for most games!

    Other than the 5/6000 that fork out for a ST the majority pick and choose games and unless it's a winning team in which case crowds will come back as in 2000/01 people will be looking for the more attractive fixtures. If Sheffield United go you're looking at Gillingham as being the highlight fixture and that's just f****** dismal as those pikeys are our bogey side and it's their Cup Final but means f*** all to us!

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  • May 4, 2015 at 17:29
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    really looking forward to seeing a new number 1 we have had some great keeper in the past let's hope we find a gem someone we can All sing to forde as got to go and dunne

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  • May 5, 2015 at 19:50
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    Been A Great Servant But Time Allways Catch You Up And You Start To Blame Everyone But Yourself The Goal From Wolves Said It All Thru The Legs But Alas To Say It's Time To Say Adios To The Irish Chaps If They Get A Fee For Ford They Will Have Done Well The Wrong Side Of 30 Same For Dunney Gives Forwards To Much Room Then They Skin Him Need Hungry Players So It's By By. I Rest My Case

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  • May 5, 2015 at 19:51
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    Been A Great Servant But Time All ways Catch You Up And You Start To Blame Everyone But Yourself The Goal From Wolves Said It All Thru The Legs But Alas To Say It's Time To Say Adios To The Irish Chaps If They Get A Fee For Ford They Will Have Done Well The Wrong Side Of 30 Same For Dunney Gives Forwards To Much Room Then They Skin Him Need Hungry Players So It's By By. I Rest My Case

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