Report: Millwall 0-1 Huddersfield Town

JAMES Vaughan's second-half header condemned Millwall to their third straight league defeat under new manager Steve Lomas.

The Lions had carved out plenty of chances in a promising opening 45 minutes but fell behind shortly after the restart when Vaughan powered in Adam Hammill's corner.

One goal proved to be enough for the visitors and it left Millwall still searching for their first Championship point of the season.



Lomas made two changes from the side that started against Ipswich, with Alan Dunne and Jermaine Easter coming in for Jack Smith and Andy Keogh respectively.

Millwall had the ball in the net in just the fifth minute, but Easter's effort from close range was chalked off following a handball by Steve Morison in the build up.

Nick Bailey sliced well wide from distance before Morison powered a header over the bar from James Henry's cross as the Lions started the match on the front foot.



Richard Chaplow, who was playing on the right side of a four-man midfield, flashed a teasing ball across the face of goal in the 17th minute but nobody in a blue shirt was able to apply the finish.

Home debutant Shaun Derry then saw his drive deflected over the ball after Henry's corner caused a scramble in the area, before Stephen Bywater raced off his line to deny Huddersfield's James Vaughan.

The visitors then had a handball shout against Derry dismissed, and when Millwall counter-attacked Morison headed over from Dunne's cross. The Terriers went close to opening the scoring in the 34th minute when Oliver Norwood's dipping shot clipped the roof of the net.

Martin Paterson's effort was smothered by Bywater and Morison's header was tipped behind by Alex Smithies as the two sides exchanged chances in the close stages of the first half.

Millwall had the first chance of the second period when Henry curled over from Easter's cut-back, but Vaughan nodded in unmarked from a corner to break the deadlock in the 57th minute.

Vaughan went close to adding a second goal when he flicked the ball up to himself on the edge of the area and fired an acrobatic overhead kick a yard over.

The Lions looked devoid of ideas after falling behind and they struggled to carve out many opportunities of note, with Alan Dunne's dangerous cross the closest they came for over 20 minutes.

It was not until the 82nd minute that they mustered another effort on goal, but Morison headed straight at Smithies from Scott McDonald's centre.

With the final whistle fast approaching, Derry headed wide from Martin's corner. In five additional minutes, Smithies produced a fine save to deny Dunne and Nicky Bailey's half-volley sailed inches over as Huddersfield held on.

Alex Aldridge

(@accordingtoaldo)

59 thoughts on “Report: Millwall 0-1 Huddersfield Town

  • August 17, 2013 at 17:16
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    F****** useless

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    • August 17, 2013 at 17:38
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      @ejhcakckvis: We're doomed. Cue the follow-up interview from Lomas quoting how we all need to stick together and us fans have to be patient.

      I wasn't impressed with his appointment, but like all Millwall managers, I was willing to give Lomas a chance. Unfortunately, like many of us I've now lost all confidence in his ability - it's not just the results, but the performances & tactics. Its obvious the blokes out of his depth.

      Berylson, Ambler, the FOTB & Co need to take responsibility for such a poor appointment. The longer this drags on the harder it will be turn our league position around. Hopefully they'll be willing to intervene before it's too late.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:19
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    i really had enough . why the f*** did u not start robinson in defence

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:20
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    Another poor performance today. First half wasn't too bad but second half was shocking. What lomas was doing taking off Easter and Chaplow I do not know. Morrison and shittu poor again, maybe its time for Robbo and McDonald to start. Lomas needs to sort it out and sort it out quickly.

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    • August 17, 2013 at 17:21
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      @LionsDan: Its just not the defence where are the goals coming from?

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    • August 17, 2013 at 19:42
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      @LionsDan: Agree with most of that, Shittu was very poor again, Easter and Chaplow subs were the wrong move at the wrong time, and sparked 20 mins of desperate long balls, and pushing Shittu upfront, just showed Lomas had no Plan B (and his Plan A was woefully inept as it is.)

      But Morison was actually decent today... when he got the right service.
      When Bywater and Shittu lumped aimless balls up to him, he had no chance of winning the ball against two defenders who were hanging off him. Can't blame him for that, not even Henderson would have been able to do anything with that type of ball up to him.
      But when the ball was played down the channel or into his feet, he showed exactly what he is capable, he turned the defender 4 or 5 times down the right flank in the first half, but there was no support with him so he had to settled for corners or throw ins.

      Easter looked very bright and energetic, but he was dropping deep and wide so often, that the strikers were never close enough to compete against the 3 CB's today.
      Chaplow never got forwards once, so Morison was playing against two or three defenders all game down the right side, and yet he still caused 2 or 3 great chances.
      He linked up well with Easter Derry and Bailey when he dropped deeper and Easter pushed up, but again that took him away from the area and Easter was isolated then.
      Not to mention Morison running full speed 70 yards back to his own goal and making a sliding tackle to stop a counter attack in the first half, or closing and pressing the defenders and keeper all game, yet some people will still call him lazy and useless because he didn't score. (Heard that a few times on the walk back after the game)

      All our forwards (and Henry) are having to work too much defensively, because of Lomas' tactical ineptitude this season. There is no support for the forwards from midfield, and not movement off the ball.

      There were large portions today where we got the ball down, kept possession and created some good chances, and just a bit of luck kept the ball out today. At those times, Morison looked at his best.

      Keep playing stupid long balls up to him alone, then he will always look poor.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:20
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    Well that's it for me, I was prepared to give SL a chance but it seems he has taken on too much. His signings disappoint- a lot of hasbeens now Millwall prop up the league, we are unable to score. Millwall will struggle until they sign a decent striker. Every Saturday is the same. gloom and misery. If this continues we are headed for league 1. This is the worse start since 1977, as far as I am concerned Morison might as well go back to where he came from. (copied from previous thread)

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    • August 17, 2013 at 17:27
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      @Peckhamlad: Oh yeh just to rub salt in the wounds Church scores again !

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:21
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    So s***! SL needs to put Robbo back in defence, also stop play Chaplow out of position.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:23
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    Lets stop making excuses we are little millwall yes small budget etc but we deserve better than this all these so called players coming in on a free they clearly dont want to wear our shirt"passion and pride" where is it, i wont be home until 10ish to night this is not good enough for me lomas you need to go

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:24
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    Yet another free header in the box from a set piece wtf is going on ? this is schoolboy stuff.
    At least they are consistent they seemed to have gelled nicely into a bunch of f****** w******.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:27
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    ^^ totally agree. we need a good and young striker. And a decent keeper. Start with Paul Robinson lomas

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:29
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    Every weekend I'm optimistic on a win for Millwall, boy am I wrong! Lomas has made too many signings at once! Get Robbo back in the side, drop Morison to show him that he's not gods gift and sort your f****** priorities out!!!

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:30
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    Furious. Wasn't there so not fair to comment too much but report says we were devoid of ideas. Same as last two games and most of last season. Sort it out SL or do one.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:30
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    Another load of huff n puff non threatening s*** I wasn't one of the lomas out brigade but after all his talk about gettin Martin and mcd in and not playing chaps out of position all turned out to b hot air I fear this is gona descend into a farce very quickly not a happy lion 🙁

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:32
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    sorry but this is spackman part two. lets see how many players we linked with this week. lomas way out of his depth another manager would have this squad working for him. jb will sack him put bomber in charge and f*** up his career like theo did rhino. today was woeful we are bottom now 7 league games without a goal

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:36
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    Frustrating. Poor first team. No youth, energy or passion. Nothing's going to change. Too
    many signings, would rather see N Guessan played than any of our strikers. Henry couldn't score from a yard out! No positives for me.

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    • August 17, 2013 at 17:43
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      @keamers: Agree keamers, I'm not one of DNG greatest fans but all the other muppets have been given chance after chance so we have nothing to lose in giving him a go although I think I would draw the line at Wallyford, but who knows ?

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:36
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    Lomas out - Gus Poyet or Markus Babbel in please JB!

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    • August 17, 2013 at 17:50
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      @Bexley_Lion: Its not Lomas' fault that our forwards couldn't hit the side of a barn from 6 yds or defenders that don't know how to mark a player in the area. This is all basic stuff that any amateur player can do, so it should be second nature to these imposters who are on 10k +.

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      • August 17, 2013 at 19:46
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        @Sealion:
        That's exactly what they are Sealion - imposters. FRAUDSTERS. We want our Millwall back!

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:38
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    He inherited a team that were always overrun in midfield and had absolutely nothing at all up front. To be fair, he's improved the midfield.

    Scoring a bloody goal should not be rocket science. They needed one corner, one header, bang. We make it look so laborious, you'd think we were trying to turn lead into gold. Could it be that Norwich and Leeds didn't want Morison because he's not the player he was? I was keen to see us try two wingers when Martin came on, but bringing on Keogh for Henry, the way Keogh is these days, was pointless desperation.

    We deserved to go down last season and to be honest, I wish we had now because I've spent all that money on a season ticket and for the third year in a row we're going to see 6 wins and 12 defeats. Two of the weakest teams in the division have kept comfortable clean sheets in our own back yard, what will Wigan, QPR and Forest do?

    If the crowd turn on Lomas, the terrifying thing is that second choice for the job was Steve Kean. At Millwall when it seems like it can't possibly get any worse it's usually a sign that it will.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:47
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    Our squad last year was not amazing, but we were winning games. What happened!

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    • August 17, 2013 at 18:07
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      @keamers:
      Chris wood left. He was the main reason we were winning games. Also I really do think the players s*** themselves when they have to play at home. Too many idiots at the den make it a daunting place for our own players. Every manager must just say to their team, " try to keep the ball, frustrate the crowd, they will turn on their players and the players will melt" because that's what's been happening at the den now for too long.

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      • August 17, 2013 at 20:24
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        @82wall: ill mke you right there we scream out s*** to our own players wen we should be getting behind them and getting on the other teams backs same old millwall over again no wounder no1 decent wants to play for us

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:47
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    I think there was positives from today, this is still a new team and patience is needed. But I agree that Lomas needs to get his head out of his a*** and realise this is not a tin pot SPL and that he needs to sharpen his tactic pencil and stop playing one dimensional football. In the close season everyone on here was f****** raving about the signings, the way lomas goes about his business just like I was. Give him and he's team time to settle and fit lomas to sort out he's starting eleven, Its clear he don't know his best team yet and to be honest niether do we.

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    • August 17, 2013 at 17:56
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      @Windy: We all know who his worst team is, its any one he picks to go out on the pitch.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:49
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    Do not know what to say really.We did look OK early on,but no end product,and it all ends up as normal - GOALLESS - POINTLESS - USELESS - MAKE IT EASY FOR OPPOSITION. And I see 3,000 gone from Yeovil game.It is going to take a very good Manager to sort this out,is that Lomas - who knows ????

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:49
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    Oh dear. Like most I have been excited by the names being linked with the club and some actually signing, but I also commented that of all the top quality applicants we apparently had, SL was likely to be the wrong choice. I have always worried that SL was likely to be another Spackman and it it is looking likely. We will be this seasons Bristol City. 3 games and 3 defeats is a massive concern but no goals in those 3 games. We are in trouble.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:49
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    The only way we are going to start winning matches is to pick 11 players in their natural positions and give them a chance to gel. 3 games, different players and formation used each time, Martin and McDonald never started a match. The players in our squad are best suited to a 4-4-2 formation. My team would be Bywater (Forde when he is fit), Dunne ,Robinson, Beevers, Lowry, Henry/Feeney, Bailey, Chaplow, Martin, Morison, McDonald. I would start with a Morison/McDonald combination up front . If that fails to produce goals Keogh and Easter would be on the bench to replace them. Send Derry back to QPR because part of the problem is that SL is trying to accommodate him , Bailey and Chaplow in the starting 11.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:56
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    Another miserable Saturday, my brother a gunners supporter has got the hump over Wenger and me over SL. I admit to supporting him at the beginning but honestly have been very suspect about his signings. No one else really wanted them. i was not at the game admittedly but have seen the team play. Morison has lost his cutting edge, the tactics are laborious, slow build ups, not enough pace, strange substitutions, why take off Easter and leave Morison on? Easter sadly had a goal disallowed because Morison handled the ball. The problem is SL has to justify his signings which is why they are picked over others. I rather Feemey and N'Guessan at the moment. It is a shame Trotter is still out as he will at least give some creativty in midfield.
    Who out of SL's signings do people rate on here? We have some hard games coming up and quite franckly at this moment I cannot see Millwall winning any of them. However we live in hope.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 17:58
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    Lomas is lucky Theo is not the chairman, he would be gone now.
    Think he should play Easter and McDonald, send Morrison back to Stevenage.

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    • August 17, 2013 at 23:26
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      @jdt1885: don't be daft - theo would never have bankrolled the summer signings like JB has. Patience is key.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:04
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    Games played 3. Games to play 43.

    Still early days yet, and I think Lomas is still trying to figure out his best team and tactics.

    I'm not quite sure though why Easter and Chaplow were subbed, as they seemed to be two of the best players in the first half. It's not as if the players who came on were game changing substitutions.

    Let's see where we stand after 10 or 12 games.

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    • August 17, 2013 at 18:18
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      @max wellhouse: I admire your optimism max but each game has followed exactly the same script, as I have previously said on here it is not the result that I am to worried about at this stage but the manner of our defeat. There seems to have been absolutely no improvement from the 1st game. I am not a Lomas out merchant as I was not a Jackett out merchant, but I would still like to know when Martin and Burger man might put a full shift in, especially McD why have we got him ?

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:05
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    Simply not good enough!

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:12
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    Don't worry to much we've played against the best 3 centre backs in the league in our three matches. Well thats how it seems because Morrison as looked like a mug against them. When the FOB interviewed Lomas for the job (as he informed everyone after the fact) did he think it would be a good idea to seek guidance from the fans he represents. If he had he would have known the short honeymoon period he would be given. Did he also advise Lomas to bring back Morrison

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:16
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    6 game unbeaten run this will all be forgotten.
    Should not have tsken Easter off though
    Agree with Max Wellhouse...we'll get there.
    Lomas was not put there to f**k us up, So enough of the West Ham c**t chants.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:22
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    SL out and take the shower of s*** you brought in with you,good luck ul need it without my support and many others you reap what you sow.JB you've cocked up big time making him manager, now so the right thing and sack him we need a millwall man who understands the club and more so the supporters,well vote with our feet.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:22
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    Three games 0pts.
    No goals.
    BOTTOM. 5***.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:28
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    Quite frankly we would have been better off buying some lower league players who would relish the chance of a Championship club even us I am sure. What has happened to our scouting system, or is their attitude the same as some of the players a free ride. Thought SL was a tough nut seems at the moment he is just a p**** cat. Time to stand up and dish out a few b*********s, if we performed like that at work we would be out on our arses.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:28
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    I really believed that SL would bring us what we needed and some of the players he brought in should have been good champ players however the den is not a fortress like we all want it to be. Very disappointing hopefully the next game will be better and maybe even a goal its not to much to ask is it?

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:28
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    just got back , its clear to see the left side is shocking been saying this for ages if lowry is no left back , him and beevers passing is shocking , easter , henry , chaplow , didnt deserve to come off , robbo should of started in place off shittu , all three games we played the other side look like getting a goal everytime the get a corner , marking is all wrong , it was clear to see morro had little chance off getting a header against there defence , vaughan had the beating of shittu from min one in the air , its early days but to me its jimmy nic all over again , to many players signed to soon , to many players look like they dont want to be there .

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:30
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    Millwall started much more brightly than in the first 2 league games, but it was essential that we got an early goal to settle the team and the fans down and gain confidence. Unfortunately the longer we went without scoring the more likely we were to come unstuck again. You could sense it in the crowd at half time that the inevitable was going to happen, and sure enough as the second half unfolded it did. By the end of the game Huddersfield were playing with confidence and we were all over the place and completely lost our shape.

    No goals yet again and abysmal marking at a set piece to give away the goal. Huddersfield were an ordinary side, like Yeovil and Ipswich, but at least they were organised, and in the end they did a classic "soak it up, don't concede, then pick 'em off on the break in the second half" away from home job on us.
    Shittu is being shown up as totally inadequate and must be replaced. Morison always looks lazy, but if he scores, like he did first time around, nobody really cares. But he is not, and needs to shape up or ship out. SL has brought in too many similar midfield players who are at the wrong end of their careers. We can accommodate one or two in the team, but no more than that. We need some young, fresh legs out there, not a team of geriatrics.
    The crowd nearly "turned" on SL by the end of the game. He has got to get some points on the board soon, or it will be too late for him!

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    • August 17, 2013 at 18:52
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      @'wallDen: Well said.Next Home game 4 weeks from today,will we go into that game still pointless? Hate to think what size the crowd will be if so. We have to get rid of a few players and find a goalscorer or we are relegation fodder.

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    • August 17, 2013 at 19:25
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      @'wallDen: It shows you how far we have fallen when if asked, we would have been happy with a point against Yeovil or Huddersfield at home. My how times have changed.

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    • August 17, 2013 at 23:32
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      @'wallDen: shittu is going nowhere!

      He's only just signed a two year extension.

      And to think some people on her were begging for him to sign!

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:31
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    Got to say I started going in 87 as an 11 year old and at the moment I'm seriously thinking of f****** my season ticket off. I love millwall but this is really p****** me off. I was one of the Morison haters when he 1st signed but I had to hold my hands up and say I was gutted when he left. The problem is he like trotter look like lazy f****** but you know when he scores he will get on a run where they keep coming. First half was good and we should have gone in leading but another sloppy goal and the fans turned even though the 2nd half was only 10 mins in? That's the problem because of lomas past a lot of people are finding it hard to stick with the fella?. Still think we're be ok but I don't know if I can stick around to see it.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 18:39
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    Lomas says he needs time to find out his best eleven,fair enough, But if you play a centre half at leftback a right winger on the left a central midfielder on the right. sub your 2 best players and throw shittu up front you are asking for trouble.

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  • August 17, 2013 at 19:54
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    we need to get a decent stiker that will score goals like billy sharp and sell dng and keogh

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  • August 17, 2013 at 20:09
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    When all the initial outrage subsides you can say that we should not have lost today (just like the Yeovil game) but we have. 2 own goals, 2 corners and a deflected goal have lead to our downfall, that and an inability to find the net. All issues that affected us last season. Lomas has made some good signings, better than we could have expected, and it is easy to dismiss them as we have lost three on the trot but they do need time to gel. Lomas knows where the deficiencies are and has to act on themt. Today Shittu was awful and I believe again responsible for losing his maker at a corner (sorry if that is wrong) and this is where Lomas must be brave and drop those not performing. Whatever the results so far we are in a better position than we were last year (Rob Hulse, Nathan Tyson)

    Millwall are in a transition period and there is much work to be done. Morison hasn't become a bad player but seems low on confidence and he will score goals. We will get better if Lomas is given a chance but a number of fans seem to have getting rid of Lomas as their main objective, if it doesn't work out he will be sacked but after three games....please.

    Surely we all want to see Millwall succeed so give him a chance.

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    • August 17, 2013 at 20:15
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      @Vinny Shell: Why won't he start McD and Martin. They are the ones who need the game time and the ones who could make a difference.

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      • August 17, 2013 at 20:55
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        @Sealion: Think he has to thought they made a difference when they came on

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  • August 17, 2013 at 20:56
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    Well I am disappointed I though we would get a draw ---- but that was terrible

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  • August 18, 2013 at 00:23
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    For god sake sign Shorey, Sharp. Sell Lowry, do whatever it takes with the non first teamers to release wages. I know RB is vital but we need a real quality striker and LB. Lowry is not the answer and yes Robbo must start.

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  • August 18, 2013 at 09:10
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    I went yesterday and think a draw would have been a fair result. We had a couple of good chances which Morison didn't take with his head and there was some good build up play and crossing which no one got on the end of. Chaplow was excellent in the middle and was wrongly subsituted by SL. The defence was functional at best and tried to occasionally play the ball out from the back but lacked any real pace or skill and struggled to contain Vaughn throughout. There was no cutting edge uo front and this has to be sorted out or League 1 beckons. Glad I never bought that season ticket now.

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  • August 18, 2013 at 18:29
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    Lomas made all the right noises ad signings but lacks the tactical awareness to use these players in the correct way looks like he has the spackmen disease! But he still need a few games. If it gets to 10 games In and nothing has changed then mr berylson needs to admit he has f***** up otherwise he will lose his gates and we will find ourselves in league 1. Financially I believe this football club has a very difficult time ahead. As I say I genuinely hope lomas works it out but with this style of play even if we get the results will still only achieve 10k average gates at a push

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  • August 18, 2013 at 20:16
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    Why oh why are we all so bloody depressing!
    Pre season you all saying play off this and promotion that..we're gonna have great season with all these new signings ..SL has more pull than KJ...do you remember all that.
    Other sports fans laugh at how fickle football fans are..this is just proving them right.
    Lomas wanted these players because he thought they are good enough.. TV pundits said Watch Millwall fly...So did we on this forum.
    They need our backing not negatives.

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