Shaw replaced as first-team coach at Millwall – report

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RICHARD Shaw has left his role as first-team coach at Millwall, according to reports.

Sky Sports claim Tim Breacker, the former West Ham defender, is to replace him on manager Kenny Jackett's coaching staff.

Breacker has been working as a scout for the Lions since July 2011 and holds a UEFA Pro A licence.

Shaw, who has been at the club since 2006, made 59 appearances for Millwall as a centre-half before announcing his retirement from the game.

He briefly took over as caretaker manager following the sacking of Willie Donachie in October 2007, before it was confirmed he would remain at the club in a coaching capacity under Jackett.



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