Berylson: Millwall to draw up manager shortlist this week

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JOHN Berylson hopes to begin interviews for the Millwall job next week, with the club's board due to finalise a shortlist of candidates over the coming days.

The Lions are expected to whittle down the pool of applicants for the role to between eight and ten names, and it is believed that process began on Monday.

NewsAtDen understands that fans' choice Owen Coyle is yet to apply for the post but has, through intermediaries, privately expressed an interest in taking over at The Den.

Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson remains a likely contender and could be invited for an interview after his side's League One play-off final against Brentford on Sunday.

Berylson told the club's official site: "Firstly, the board has been impressed by the quality of applicants for the manager’s position here, and our aim is to review them all by the start of next week and draw up a shortlist.

"I would hope that we will then begin the process of interviewing later in the week, taking as long as is necessary until we are clear that we have the right man for the job."

He added: "We are fortunate to be going through this process early in the closed season because we are not under undue pressure.

"However, we are mindful of the fact that the new manager will need as much time as possible to organise his pre-season and start to re-structure the squad as he sees fit.

"It goes without saying that this appointment will be a massively important one for us. We got it right when we appointed Kenny Jackett five and a half years ago.

"It is now vital that we pick the individual best suited and most capable of building on the solid foundations laid by Kenny, to help establish Millwall as a top-ten Championship club with the long term aim of challenging for promotion to the Premier League."

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72 thoughts on “Berylson: Millwall to draw up manager shortlist this week

  • May 14, 2013 at 10:30
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    Sounds like Coyle isn't going to apply unless he's formally offered it for fear of not being shortlisted.
    Going to be a long week.

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    • May 14, 2013 at 12:20
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      @NICKOLA: agreed long old week ahead... I don't think Coyle will apply and to be honest I don't think he's hungry enough to take us further than KJ

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  • May 14, 2013 at 10:36
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    I personally wouldnt mind if we ended up with either play off final manager just need to get a move on with it, I dont like how our club is handling this though, Ambler is as clueless as he's ever been, he should have left with Jackett, overal he's been a bigger failure out of the two of them

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    • May 14, 2013 at 10:43
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      @banksy:

      Taken at face value and if the quotes from Berylson are correct then the club stance of this seems bang on the money to me.

      I'd hate to see a knee jerk appointment just to satisfy the hurry up hordes on various message boards (including this one). Far better is a measured approach to get in the "right man" so I'll take it from that March Bircham is a non starter along with all the other totally unqualified and unsuitable dross that has been banded around.

      So John Berylson I trust this is not another "striker rich" and "sit up and take notice signing" statement and your words below are true (in intent at least as we all know the practice doesn't always work out.

      "establish Millwall as a top-ten Championship club with the long term aim of challenging for promotion to the Premier League"

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      • May 14, 2013 at 11:14
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        @Old_Les: Whos to say who the right man is? I cant imagine Berylson being involved all through the interview process, so that leaves Ambler, and weve already seen that the little bald monkey has the decision making capabilities of a 4 year old

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        • May 14, 2013 at 13:50
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          @banksy:

          Very good point.

          Not totally sure I agree with you on Ambler but I do think he makes decisions with the mind set of an accountant - which is to tell us what we cannot do rather than tell us what we can.
          So perhaps you right in that a bean counter shouldn't be in a position to make decisions that will define the future of this club.

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    • May 14, 2013 at 10:50
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      Banksy,
      Agree and I think Ambler should put himself up for a free transfer. He seems totally inept to me.
      @banksy:

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      • May 14, 2013 at 11:08
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        @NICKOLA: Theres a list as long as my arm of things he cocked up with this season, I cant see another club who would want him....
        Sordellgate
        Wembley Tickets
        Replacing Players
        Replacing Jackett

        Surely poor performance is a grounds for dissmal

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        • May 14, 2013 at 12:44
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          @banksy:

          Not sure why everyone is go content on having ago at Ambler. He hasnt done much wrong in my eyes in what must be a challenging job.

          Sordellgate - Very difficult situation but considering what came out on the SKY report I think he handled it faily well.
          Wembley Tickets - What was wrong with that - got it right
          Replacing Players - Not a easy job where ever you are - probably even harder at Millwall
          Replacing Jackett - Jobs only just begun

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          • May 14, 2013 at 12:57
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            @MFC Steve: Wembley Tickets - maybe Season Ticket holders were happy, but I know plenty of Members who were really insulted by the arrangements. Two extra tickets for Season Ticket for a whole week, then opened up to one members each (subject to availability)!

            Yes, it's past and done, and there ended up being loads of extra tickets, but it p***** off thousands of members at the time. For a club already losing too many fans, it was an awful piece of PR from our Chief Exec. Throw in the situation with the South Lower and the way he never seems to properly stand up for us fans when media criticism is undeserved.

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          • May 14, 2013 at 14:39
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            @MFC Steve: as for sordellgate a young kid got dobbed in to do an anti racism course by Ambler after being accused of being racist towards him, yet the police and the club found no evidence, why make the kid go through that and most likely drive him away from the club for something he never did, he got made an example out of

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        • May 14, 2013 at 12:48
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          @banksy: Don't forget no longer selling tickets for the West Lower, even to members. What message does that spell out to fans? There's also the plummeting attendances, for which he must take partial responsibly as Chief Exec.

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  • May 14, 2013 at 10:40
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    "..........to help establish Millwall as a top-ten Championship club with the long term aim of challenging for promotion to the Premier League."

    John, in your view how long-term is long-term? It's just that many on this site, including myself, are getting on a bit and I would like to see us in the Prem before senile dementia sets in. Not too much to ask is it?

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  • May 14, 2013 at 10:41
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    Whatever manager takes the job will want to know what resources are available - I don't think we're going to attract a decent or ambitious candidate unless he can properly re-build the squad.

    A Catch 22 situation for Berylson - just keep putting enough money in to keep the club afloat (but with falling attendances and likely relegation next year) or invest more for higher quality players and hope we do better next season.

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  • May 14, 2013 at 10:52
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    If they are short listing this week doesn't that rule out the League one play-off final managers?

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  • May 14, 2013 at 11:41
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    When JB took over he said he had a ten year plan to make "OUR" club a top 30 team in the country. He has three yrs to fulfil his dream.
    At the time it was a bold statement but no one can say we ain't been trying - this second half of the season apart, but it may yet be a blessing in disguise - six yrs on we've completed three successive seasons in the second tier, that ain't bad in my book.
    All the current affairs asside, JB ain't done too bad a job considering its his first football club and he's just lost his first manager.
    We're all waiting and getting impatient for the next manager to come in which is normal but at least they're not flapping about it.
    8-10 candidates sounds healthy, the club seem to have dismissed birc ham which is one good thing. Ambler I'll never be sure of but I guess it's because he's the man who lets us know the decisions of the board. I wouldn't want his job, so fare play to him, someone has to do it.
    Agree with old les, no it doesn't mean the league one play off final managers are ruled out. And it seems the board aren't afraid to approach managers in jobs I'm very pleased they have the decency to do it the right way and not leak out any info through the press, looks like they've learnt a few lessons.
    Thanks old les for a bit of savy. Must have something to do with the "old". ; )

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    • May 14, 2013 at 18:44
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      @lukesmithmfc: can't believe I agree with you again mate. Whatever happened to debate lol.

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      • May 14, 2013 at 20:21
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        Haha
        Cause you luv it Bonn ; )

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  • May 14, 2013 at 11:43
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    IMHO the aim of the new manager should be to help establish Millwall as a top-six Championship club (with the long term aim of challenging for promotion to the Premier League). I'm not sure what the benefit of being a top-ten club is, but I can see the potential benefits of being in the top six at the end of a season.

    If the long term aim is to become a top-six club, then what timescale are we talking about? 3-5 years?

    What resources and investment would be required to maintain a top-ten/top-six finish and, most importantly, would those resources be forthcoming?

    I speculate that those resources aren't currently available, otherwise KJ wouldn't have walked. What is going to change going forward? JB, over to you!

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    • May 14, 2013 at 12:06
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      Max,
      Based on the season that's just finished, Millwall's away form was a top six performance. In fact we collected more points away than either Palace or Leicester. It's the 41 points we dropped at home that caused our skirmish with relegation. The cause was a dreadful second half of the season, some bad tactics, missed opportunities with potential signings and even worse, those payers that were brought in as replacements for Wood etc. Had we gained 13 points from those dropped at home we would have finished in the top six so it is a fine line and it's going to get tougher every year, because relegated clubs from the Premiership get parachute payments and the Championship is already full of big and well supported teams. The time to invest is not next year but now, not only in a top manager who will bring experience and some passion, but also in proven players. That does mean getting the cheque book out and spending the money we've made on Morison etc. and from the FA Cup run but now surely is the time to do it. Finishing in the top six is achievable but only with the right personnel and that not only includes a new manager but also a major shake-up at the scouting, youth and coaching levels which hopefully a new manager will develop. Let's hope he's given the money to do it because I can't see anyone of any merit wanting the job based on last seasons cash outlays.
      @max wellhouse:

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      • May 14, 2013 at 12:41
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        @NICKOLA:

        I would imagine the Morrison and FA Cup money has already long gone

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        • May 14, 2013 at 12:48
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          Mfc Steve,
          Maybe it's gone on earmarking increasing our capacity as per Amber's dream. If that wasn't so sad it might even be funny.
          @MFC Steve:

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    • May 14, 2013 at 12:27
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      @max wellhouse: pardon my cynicism but we can't afford to be competing with the top 10 let alone the top 6 in our league! I can't see any great investment coming for the new manager - it's gonna be a long old summer and a long old season again!!

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      • May 14, 2013 at 12:34
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        We've got an accountant as CEO and a very astute businessman at the helm. If they can't see what's required then no, we aren't going to finish in the top six. My point was that 13 points would have seen us in the top six and it just needs the right man to manage the team and enough cash to fund a push. We aren't competing in the 15 million pounds market but it is feasible to be a top six team IF the right people are in situ.
        @TheBermondseyBomber:

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      • May 14, 2013 at 12:35
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        @TheBermondseyBomber: I tend to agree with you. As I and others have mentioned before, it would be nice to hear what JB's vision for the club is. We don't seem to have heard much from the Fan on the Board during the second half of the season, and i can't remember the last time a Fans' Forum was held at the Den.

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        • May 14, 2013 at 18:53
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          @max wellhouse: I can't disagree with any of the comments above - its what we all wish for. We finished 5 points off of top ten and 12 point from the playoffs.

          But, If we do find money somewhere and spunk a few million quid and still don't make the top six and maybe get relegated - how many people on this site will be calling for the manager, chief exec and chairmans head. Looking longer term, what if that chairman then realised he was just wasting his hard earned and walked away? Where would we be then?

          After all just look what happened to wolves this year.

          Be careful what you wish for because some of us have longer memories and have seen it all before!

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  • May 14, 2013 at 12:48
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    I wish you (Aldo) would drop this Gary Johnson bloke. God help us if it is, he is not good enough for us. The club have issued a statement saying they are impressed with the applicants that have applied, surely that rules Johnson out then!!! or Millwall thinking small and cheap again?

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  • May 14, 2013 at 13:45
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    If we get a manager based on cheap wages that don't bode we'll for the new squad and summer signings JB open that wallet, use your nut or top 10 finish in league 1 is what we will get, stop the "bull "and give us something to get excited about.

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  • May 14, 2013 at 14:24
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    We keep hearing this phrase "we are impressed by the quality of the list of applicants". However, all the names being suggested are just conjecture unless we know who has applied. I personally like Karl Robinson ,Uwe Rosler, Alex Rae or Gary Johnson However, have any of them actually applied for the position? Also, a real dark horse who nobody else has suggested is Paul Dickov. He had a good reputation for bringing on youngsters at Oldham including the 6ft 6inch Matt Smith who scored goals in their FA Cup run.

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  • May 14, 2013 at 14:31
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    Someone was impressed by the quality of Rob Hukse before he arrived

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  • May 14, 2013 at 16:26
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    I think Coyle is a money grabber and will bleed us dry.
    Darren Ferguson on the other hand has run a small club on a tight budget very well.
    His team were very unlucky to go down and gave us a footballing lesson at the Den.
    He has coached good players in Mclean, Mckail-Smith, Boyd, Tomlin etc.. and would be tailor made for 'Wall I reckon.
    Oh and theres the little matter of his old mans influence too, I rest my case your honour.
    COYL

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  • May 14, 2013 at 16:41
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    heard hope powell has put her name in the fold

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    • May 14, 2013 at 16:51
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      @HERMAN: She probably be better than some of the muppets mentioned. Has had quite a bit of success.

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  • May 14, 2013 at 17:02
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    I would like Gary Johnson

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  • May 14, 2013 at 17:10
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    Just chatting with the brother in law, throwing names about and Simon Grayson came up. Done well with Blackpool and not to shady with leeds, Huddersfield you could dismiss because look where they finished up anyway. I'd prefer him over Johnson and he's out of work right now, he was also quite a stern manager with some bo locks, might put some fire back into the place.

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    • May 14, 2013 at 18:14
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      @Swanny: is that like a good hairdo? Bo Locks

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      • May 15, 2013 at 22:44
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        Boom boom;)

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  • May 14, 2013 at 17:35
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    the relegated teams have some decent players who are not gonna want to play league 1 football next year...get your reddies out and have a punt for once instead of trying to milk every penny out of the supporters and showing nothing for the money they spend...who wants to see another season of freebies and loanees...get some commitment within the club and pouch the quality out of the likes of wolves, peterborough, bristol city and maybe some of the players from the clubs who have not made it through the league 1 play offs??? i would also rule out uwe rosler because im pretty sure i heard that brentford are getting a new stadium etc so why would he want to move from a club that are showing progress and are moving forward to millwall who just seem to be satisfied spending not alot and staying safe in this division....i believe you should always want to win any competition you are in but it always seems the case that millwall love to consolidate there position in the championship

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    • May 14, 2013 at 18:35
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      @HERMAN: get your money out and have a punt and stop milking the supporters for all they are worth!!!

      Seriously, the bloke bank rolls our club to the tune if 5m quid a year and that ain't enough for you?

      That's the cost to pay crap players over inflated wages in order to "compete" in the championship.

      Why don't you keep buying a lottery ticket and when u win a couple of million and out it in a fcuking big black hole?

      That's what jb does every year - give him a break!

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  • May 14, 2013 at 17:44
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    JB keeps on about taking time and looking for the right person because this is what they did before and it worked out alright with KJ etc, etc, etc. which i appreciate and admire that they wont panic into making a rash choice. But personally i would like to see someone totally different to Kenny take over. Some one younger, hungrier. someone a bit more animated on the touch line and can give the boys and supporters a kick up the a*** when their not performing. We need a leader off the pitch as well as on it. My shout would be for Rae, loved him as a player and i have read articles about he's football philosophy and its Millwall through and through.....

    @Alex Aldridge: Anything about Rae being interested in the job?

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    • May 14, 2013 at 17:52
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      @7 WindmillsCOYL: roy keane would be perfect going off what you have just said and a manager like him could attract some positive attention to the club seen as he was the captain of manchester united...could be a good way of marketing the club in many ways with a name like him...i could imagine keane reacting the same way the supporters react on the touchline down the den

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      • May 14, 2013 at 20:17
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        How's that then Herman ?
        Calling all the players C U N Ts and telling a so called better player who has one poor game out of 4-5 that he's the biggest heap if S H I T that's ever wore the shirt, or maybe telling one of our home grown players that he's a no good black so and so, criticise him for leaving then ask everyone if we should sign him 6 yrs later cause his current club get relegated. If that's what you want from our new manager then I want nothing to do with it. A lot of people wonder why we have no home grown talent coming through and wonder why we're s h I t at home. Well above are a couple answers for ya.

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  • May 14, 2013 at 18:11
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    Reading one of the crap on hear....really?

    Ambler didn't choose the players

    Ambler didn't pick the team

    Ambler didn't choose the tactics

    Guess who did ?

    Oh yes it was Jackett...get real

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    • May 14, 2013 at 18:40
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      @Lincolnshire Lion: I know mate - all anyone wants to do is criticise. Personally I'm glad that JB and AA are taking their time to select the right person.
      And yes I know that will put us back a couple of weeks but getting the right man for the job is more important. A gamble I feel we should be taking.

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  • May 14, 2013 at 19:12
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    Amazingly critical bunch on here aren't we? Bunch of f****** experts we all are I've noticed too as well. We'll let me tell everyone ...none of us know sh*t about running a football club, choosing a professional manager, or selecting the best man for the job either. I've heard more sh*t on this site over the last few weeks than in all my life. We 'dont want to rush into choosing a new manager ' yet ' why are we taking so long?'. 'berylson is an astute businessman yet 'he is a useless tw*t'. ' And 'that manager wouldn't come to millwall yet ' why would we want that a*sehole'. And as for Ambler, well christening the bloke has had a character assassination!!!! Is there any chance we can just bloody wait and see who gets the damn job????

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  • May 14, 2013 at 20:04
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    I daresay a number of people on here, on other Millwall forums and amongst the broader fan base could do every bit as well as the current incumbents and in some cases - far better.

    Expertise at running a business is not limited to football clubs and their owners. You will find there are a number of Millwall fans who are running very successful businesses - which in a proportionate comparison needs far more expertise than anyone from our Board down possesses.

    Having said that - you are right - let's first wait and see who is appointed and then give him the chance to do well.

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    • May 14, 2013 at 20:12
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      @Old_Les: Yeah, bet this forum is full of billionaire philanthropists like JB....lmfao

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      • May 14, 2013 at 21:17
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        @lion.ie:

        Do you have to be a billionaire to run a football club properly then?

        Are you suggesting that someone less wealthy but (as I said) just a successful on a lesser financial scale could not do as well?

        What are you saying? Apart from trying to be clever which you clearly are not

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        • May 14, 2013 at 22:44
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          @Old_Les: You clearly had a sense of humour bypass a long time ago. I feel sorry for you.

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    • May 14, 2013 at 20:16
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      @Old_Les: I know, I know....Iam still bitter about Chris Taylor, that's all 🙁

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  • May 14, 2013 at 20:09
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    I did not understand one word of what u just said. Also what does incumbents mean

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    • May 14, 2013 at 20:37
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      Haha
      And that's coming from a self made multi millionaire millwall supporter
      Old les.
      Haha f u c k I n g funny ha ha

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      • May 14, 2013 at 21:23
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        @lukesmithmfc:

        Until you know my income, my business and my lifestyle I suggest you keep your mouth shut in case you make a fool of yourself.

        There's always the chance it could be a bit in front of yours.

        And by the way, there are more millionaire multi or otherwise Millwall fans than you are obviously aware of/ Or do you subscribe to the Sun stereotype that we are all thick knuckle draggers without a brain cell between us

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        • May 14, 2013 at 21:41
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          Please tell me how you can take my comment personal.
          Are you trying to prove to everybody "yet again" that you're the superior intellectual.
          Also please tell me where I questioned
          what you earn what your your business is and what your lifestyle is.
          Theres always the chance it could be a bit behind mine also.
          Also why would I try to stereotype my own ? that my old son is not how I was brought up.

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          • May 14, 2013 at 22:04
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            Your barking up the wrong tree OLD les
            I don't see why I should explain myself but I will this time.
            I found what Alexp wrote funny so I thought I'd let "YOU" know. Nothing more nothing less, it was not an insult to you in anyway shape or form, if anything it's Alexp that should have the hump. Don't think I'm kissing your a*** either. I don't know you old les and personally I couldn't give a t*** what or who you are. For all I know you could be a teenager at home locked in your bedroom all night. I couldn't care less.
            It was an insult.

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          • May 14, 2013 at 22:08
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            Haha you probably think I'm winding you up now lol
            I meant to say
            It was not an insult haha

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    • May 14, 2013 at 21:18
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      @alexp:

      In this instance in means the person )s) in possession (of the job)

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  • May 14, 2013 at 20:36
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    Give JB a chance it,s only been a week it will take time to find the right person, I would like to see Alex Rae take the job on, if they get the right man it could be a exciting seasons ahead.

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  • May 14, 2013 at 20:38
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    I asked yesterday if anyone has heard from the fan on the board-Peter Garston.
    I understand he's got confidentiality issues and allegience to the board but a little news surely Peter?

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  • May 14, 2013 at 21:22
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    Gary Johnson is highly thought of at Yeovil and close friends with their chairman so I doubt he will walk away whatever the result of their play-off final.
    If Owen Coyle really is interested he would be a strong contender and Karl Robinson is rumoured to feel he's taken MK Dons as far as he can.

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  • May 14, 2013 at 21:35
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    PS: Outraged that Conor Wilkinson is heading for Bolton after turning down our contract offer. Young players like him are essential to the club's future - we should not be letting them walk away

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  • May 14, 2013 at 21:38
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    One one hand I'm glad that this will be resolved soon.
    On the other, I'm going to miss the 'new manager' banter on here which has been tempered recently with some new censorship but I'm sure we'll find a way through that.
    After the new manager in announced some of us can then spend countless hours moaning about the choice and then citing what players we want and commenting on who is coming in. It's a bit like being a kid on Christmas Eve anticipating and wondering what's inside those boxes.
    As for any intentions of the board to announce Warnock as the new great hope then all I can say is that the can is a munt.

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    • May 14, 2013 at 22:46
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      @NICKOLA: Hey Nickola, at least we agree on at least one thing...lol

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  • May 14, 2013 at 21:40
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    Wilkinson is a huge loss ffs....any good news on the way????

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  • May 15, 2013 at 09:54
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    We could of give Wilks a chance this coming season, might of lost a gem, if not let him go Christmas, another example of wall man management.

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  • May 17, 2013 at 07:25
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    If you read this site JB jay Simpson has just been released by hull

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  • May 18, 2013 at 09:16
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    When we get a new manager, he must get the team to concentrate for 100 mins plus during games. Over the past ten years, I have lost count of the points and games we have lost in the last 5 minutes of. Play. Good luck to him, whoever that may be."come on you lions".

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