Millwall boss relieved to avoid banana skin with Yeovil point

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BOSS Ian Holloway claimed Millwall had avoided a "massive banana skin" after drawing 1-1 with Yeovil Town at Huish Park on Tuesday night.

Holloway admitted the Lions' display in Somerset had been a "mixed bag" but was pleased with the response of his players after Joe Ralls put the home side in front.

Within 11 minutes of going behind, Millwall were level thanks to Steve Morison's close-range header – the striker's fifth goal of the season.

Holloway said: "This was a massive banana skin, we've gone 1-0 down and I'm delighted with my lads' characters. We got stronger as the game went on, and in the end I'll take a point.

"We matched a very spirited team and recently we haven't been doing that.

"It was a mixed bag. We want three points and we need as many wins as we can get because of where we are in the table, but my players keep pleasing me, I've got to say.

"We went 1-0 down from a breakaway. We got out structure wrong for the first time – Scott Malone vacated the left-back spot, he's gone awol and they score from that very position.

"But I can't ask them to try any harder, and maybe we've got to start relaxing – we are trying too hard.

"At half time I told them to relax and and pass it more. We switched from 4-2-3-1 to 4-1-2-3 – when we did that, Richard Chaplow got on the ball and we bounced it around a little bit.

"Instead of hitting the diagonal ball every time, we had three or four passes and then went long. We needed to give our forwards a chance to move because it was too hurly burly.

"We had a lot of forwards in the team but I thought they were disciplined and we got our work ethic right.

"The more structure I get into them, the more they'll understand it. The more repetition we have, the more recognition they'll have of the shape. I can see it's coming together."

Alex Aldridge

(@accordingtoaldo)

54 thoughts on “Millwall boss relieved to avoid banana skin with Yeovil point

  • February 12, 2014 at 00:14
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    Right ladies and gents, let's pretend we're playing at Wembley on Saturday and sell all tickets for the huge six pointer against knobhead Dougie freedmans Bolton and rock the f***** den and scare the s*** out of the northern scum !!!!!!

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    • February 12, 2014 at 00:46
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      @dpendet: we owe it to all the millwall who went to yeovil to at least fill the den..cos that is one s*** journey home gutted couldn't get there poxy tuesday wot a joke...3pts sat ..trotter the carreer move wouldn't look to rosy...so millwall this one's for trotter

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      • February 12, 2014 at 14:25
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        @Jim28:
        Agreed. Effort of the away supporters getting down there and back with the flooding is commendable. Least that can be done is to make a concerted effort to pack the den out on home games.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 00:18
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    I know it slagging off and easy for me to judge sitting in my lounge but f***, we go to a place that nobody on the planet has ever herd of and escape by the skin of our teeth with 1 f****** point in a game that was so critical. I'm just venting disappointment and amazement that this was the outcome. Ya can w*** on with all the smooth talk ya want but honestly, start playing for each other and more importantly THE CLUB!!! Sorry

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  • February 12, 2014 at 00:28
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    Thats a lot numbers you got god knows how the players managed to work that lot out...did they write down on their hands with a marker.... But the formation in the 2nd alf freed the strikers but will still managed to concede with a holding mid player..i bet it wasn't jimmy

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  • February 12, 2014 at 00:46
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    we need to strike a balance fast ! maybe back to basics with a 4-4-2 ? if not then i wouldn't play 4 strikers in that formation tbh we need solid midfielders on the ball dictating the pace i think the two holding players should be bailey and upson and have woolford , williams and martin as the bank of 3 drop morro and drop mcdonald start simeon and see how that goes although morro scored tonight i don't think he's the player he was. i think holloway may feel forced into playing 4 strikers just to accomodate them? i don't know mcdonald i reckon would work better in a trotter role if selected. he's to small and bullied off the ball as a striker imo , what ever ollie decides i just hope we find some consistency and nail down a starting 11 asap !!! suspensions and injuries have been the bane of our season plus lomas ofc (w*****) but i really think we miss lowry and bailey.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 01:07
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    A point, good, we move on. I've said previously there are three teams below us that we will finnish above. Notlob saturday is a turning point, win, and we stay up, lose and well we can't or won't stay up . Bloddy, Bloddy.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 03:08
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    Just got back from Yeovil and now enjoying a drink to calm my nerves... Didn't really know what to make of the performance during the drive home. But after reading some of Ollie's comments, some of what I saw did make sense, in that we definitely lost our shape in the 1st 45.. (bloody shocking is another way to put it) Then we did get it together a bit for the 2nd, but it was still very nervy throughout. It does seem like he is still trying out different players, as well as trying to create a different shape and style of play- and trying to do this with key players still out from the midfield (bailey/Upson) and defense (Beevers/Lowry).. he's still having to play others out of position- and this really showed tonight.
    Put in the other elements, of the importance of the game for Yeovil and the fact it's not the easiest place to get points at the best of times - in the end, we were very lucky to come away with a point.
    Man of the match for me was Forde.. Thank f*ck he's come back and hit the ground running. Also thought Shittu and Fredricks had a good game tonight.
    But we do seriously need to get some consistency going on the team sheet, coz it looked unbalanced tonight, and if we can't keep possession and work the ball foward from the back- all these flashy strikers ain't worth sh*t. Especially coz of their size- Hoofing don't work!!!
    Anyway, a point's a point- hope we have a steadier performance on Saturday and stuff Bolton. COYL.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 03:08
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    I'm surprised more of us haven't been dwelling on how ridiculous it was that Lowry got himself sent off in the Wednesday game and got himself a 4 f****** match ban, which has left our already vulnerable defense even more so, what adds insult to injury is that it has left holloway having to move a player he would prefer in the midfield to the back.

    Also, mr holloway please sign a winger!

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  • February 12, 2014 at 05:57
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    Bottom line is we played with four strikers on the pitch and it still took 60 minutes to register a shot on target! When your playing on par with someone who's bottom of the league and can't win oh and your top scorers on 6 goals we shouldn't be surprised by anything this season. But hey ho bring on Bolton 😉

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    • February 12, 2014 at 06:08
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      @mfcmike: Nuff said mfc its getting very worrying,but we are Millwall and we are used to this during the last 12 months, Saturday is even more massive now.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 06:33
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    Responding to the title, who exactly was the banana skin because I believe Yeovil have taken 4 points off us this season.

    I keep waiting for that big result to come, the game which kick starts our survival campaign but we have yet to have and more worrying we haven't looked close to it. We have small spells in games were obviously don't take our chances but are forever awaiting the next defensive error to occur.

    Can we turn this season around? Personally I don't think we can, that hurts to say it but the team is still not playing like a team. This negativity is not useful but I'm sure of polled on the matter the majority of the club if answering honestly would tip is for the drop and that's a shocking inditement of what is essentially a decent championship squad.

    The simple fact of the matter is that we concede far too many goals and don't look like scoring many if any. We don't win when we play well and get hammered when we play poorly.

    Does this all mean we are going down, of course not, I will sing to the end and play my small part to try and keep this club in the league we deserve to play in, if we all do the same, players et all then we can beat the drop.

    No one likes us, we don't care.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 06:45
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    this point might be a turning point for us. we have shown the past few games there is a passion to our play and we haven't been helped with the refs, having looked at the fixtures at the clubs around us we have a chance to turn our situation around and our home games become vital that we get the wins we need. we have the easier home games (on paper) than the clubs around us, 45 points could keep us up and there is at least 5 clubs in trouble beat bolton on sat then the anoraks we will stay up!!

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  • February 12, 2014 at 08:13
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    Now that the IH rehtoric has died down and he needs to walk the talk - I think we might as well leave team selection and tactics to one of the many knowledgeable supporters on this site!!
    1 point from 6 from the bottom club - not sure what there is to be positive about!!
    What happened to the midfield selection - more forwards doesnt mean more goals = more points?
    It may do on a Sunday morning with the local under 11's
    Are we botter off now than under his predecessor - not sure - agreed more new faces - but most of whom the jury is still out on in my opinion

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  • February 12, 2014 at 08:45
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    Looking at the performances over the last 12 to 14 months at the club, I am still of the opinion that there is not enough quality at the club if we and more importantly the Board want us to progress, there are a few wage thieves at the club who have no interest in playing but just take the money, becuse the Club foolishly have extended there contracts.

    If by some miracle we avoid the drop this season (form must imporve at home at least) then the club management must look at all aspects of the club players and coaching staff, because they cant expect the money paying fans to put up with another season like the last 2 have been like.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 09:07
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    i wanted tony pulis has our manager but no some of you lot shouted me down, so who do we get the clown they was going to sack, look at cp now riding high who are the mugs

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    • February 12, 2014 at 09:49
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      @harrythelion: Harry I would have said yes to Pulis as well, he has done a great job at Stoke for 10 years and as you say doing good for some other South London outfit. But your comments do sound a bit negative and also your tone is that of someone moaning, and on this site that's not what we like to read.

      So in the future try to be more upbeat no matter how the Lions play or how bad the result is, so Harry keep taking the happy pills and keep your chin up mate.

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      • February 12, 2014 at 10:06
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        @Barnlion: Do I detect a note of sarcasm Barn? I don't think Pullis would have come to Millwall but I do think there were candidates (Mr Warnock) who would have come and, IMO, would have been more suited to the situation we are in. How many times does Ollie come out and say ' the players are not ready for that yet', 'the players need to get used to my ideas', 'the more structure I get into them', 'I'm pleased with my lads'. Ollie, we are sinking rapidly. Pullis has kept his mouth shut, kept things simple - like defending the goal, football is, supposedly a simple game. Why bamboozle the players with complicated formations and tactics? Get them organised, keep it simple, get some results, build their confidence. I was astounded when he picked Josh Wright over Jimmy, but then next game Wright is not even in the squad (not that I wanted him in there!). We need consistency, simplicity, desire but most of all we need results. Ollie, please prove me wrong starting this Saturday. COYL

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        • February 12, 2014 at 10:32
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          @Adsy77777: Adys yes I thought also but I am sure that we did not go for someone with that sort of pedegree Warnock the same as well, and on the sarcasm yeah just a little maybe.
          But on a serious note he needs to turn his happy face that appears in all the photos of him into a winning one and quickly , we will be in March in a couple of weeks and the season end will really come up quickly lets hope he gets it right as there will be no time for a second chance mate. sorry bit pessimistic that or moaning.

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          • February 12, 2014 at 10:39
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            @Barnlion: It's reality mate, unless you admit there's an issue you cant deal with it. That's my point, Ollie doesn't seem to address what is blindingly obvious to most of us, that's what I find most worrying.
            Unlike a few with lomas, no one on here wants Ollie to fail cos that means we all fail. It doesn't mean you are not a true supporter if you speak the truth.

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      • February 12, 2014 at 11:51
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        @Barnlion: I don't think Pullis would have dropped a division either - he obviously still felt he could do a job in the Premier and has been proved right.

        My favourite for the job was Warnock - I don't particularly like the blioke, but he wanted the job just till the end of the season and said he would keep us up, and I believed him. It was only a stop-gap, but what we needed was a Steady-Eddie who was would instill some steel into the side. Anyway, it's too late now and we have to get behind Holloway till the end of the season.

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        • February 12, 2014 at 12:03
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          @Micky Lions: Micky yes agree with you on him as well knows his way around the division, but I would take nearly anyone who could 1 keep us up 2 start to push us up the table next season, but as you say we need to get behind the former Palace and QPR manager now he is in charge of the Lions.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 09:17
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    It's hours later and I'm still p***** off, someone's got to finish last, someone has to get relegated, someone has to meekly except that they had a go and it didn't work, But that's not millwall!! Millwall is the lion of London, feared throughout the world for bein at it always, please tell me that's not changing!! We all know the boys go to win but f***, we just gotta get this job done. Ah f*** , we love the joint don't we.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 09:20
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    Fair points from everyone. Trying to stay positive here. If we can get 6 points from bolton and barnsley things will look a bit different. Weve still got a lot of winable games left imo. Looking forward to welcoming fr**dman to the Den on saturday. MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!

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    • February 12, 2014 at 10:56
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      @CBLAndy: Andy my worry is that we are 3 points above Charlton, but they have a far better goal difference than us, and after this Saturday they will have 3 games in hand (they are in the FA Cup) I know they need to win them but if we dont take all the points on Saturday, well I dont need to draw a diagram do I.

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      • February 12, 2014 at 12:01
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        @Barnlion: Barn - have you got any crayons too? I agree its getting close to backs-to-the-walls time (or squeaky bum time as the sweaty alkie said) but theres still got to be 3 teams worse than us out there. Its all pretty close to. Anyone from bournemouth (15th) down has got to be looking over there shoulders?

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  • February 12, 2014 at 09:21
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    NOT A GREAT MATCH TO WATCH....................YEOVIL HAD MANY CHANCES TO WIN IT.
    POSITIVES = ALTHOUGH, D.FORDE, S.MORISON AND THE EVER RELIABLE D.SHITTU ALL
    PLAYED WELL..................[ FEENEY DID WELL WHEN HE CAME ON DOWN THE WING ] .
    THAT APART........................STILL PLENTY OF WORK TO BE DONE ON FITNESS !!!!
    [ ABOUT 400 MILLWALL ATTENDED ]
    " NO ONE LIKES US, WE DON'T CARE "
    STORMIN' NORMAN

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    • February 12, 2014 at 09:34
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      @bermlion: it was mentioned on twitter that you guys were fantastic support , well done as always . One of the boys at work said " were goin to yeoie for some blowie" which I thought was a bit inappropriate but , millwall "yeh baby"

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  • February 12, 2014 at 09:28
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    Serious question - are we going to WIN another AWAY game this season ?Looking at the fixtures,the way we are playing,I would say NO.That means we have to start winning at Home - STARTING SATURDAY.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 09:31
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    Whats happened to bailey i believe with him and upson we would be solif and let woolford and martin run the wings. Front 2 of mirrow and easter or campbell shoukd be enough to beat bolton but a solid midfield is needed

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  • February 12, 2014 at 09:33
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    Draw away and win at home. That's what is needed from now on and 3 points against Bolton will see us moving towards safety. We need a settled team and when Lowry comes back he needs to stay there so that's up to him (much better with than without).
    So important to put out the right mix of midfield; holding plus flair. Surely we have that at MFC and I think Martin, Woolford, Abdou,Chaplow and Bailey must be involved on a regular basis when fit. If the forwards, whoever they are, don't get the right service then they won't score. We don't have a Messi or Ronaldo to do it themselves!

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    • February 12, 2014 at 09:45
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      @DenDan: woolford doesn't get nearly enough credit, he has been excellent since Ollie took over. He puts his foot on the ball and is a good passer, not to mention his excellent shooting technique. He could be a big player for us once the right players are available to the manager. Similar to dave livermore

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      • February 12, 2014 at 10:13
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        @glyngo: Couldn't agree more. Wherever he plays he does a job and he's our top scorer!!!!

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      • February 12, 2014 at 10:25
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        @glyngo:
        So right about Woolford. Even when he was getting a bit of stick he always kept going, rarely lost the ball, andalways very skilful. Just a shame some thought he was an out and out winger which he isn't. An ideal full time replacement for Trotter's position?

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      • February 12, 2014 at 10:33
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        @glyngo:

        Blimey, what a comparison. Is Woolford really similar to Dave Livermore?

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        • February 12, 2014 at 21:05
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          @Bayern_Lion: I reckon but just a bit more skillful! Sorry Livers if you read this...

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  • February 12, 2014 at 09:36
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    Of course wr needed a win but a draw helps especially with the othet results for Wednesday and Bolton going favourably for us. I think we are seeing the team improve each game and partly that is due to Ollie learning what his squad is capable of. Therebis no short cut and it will just take time for Ollie to work out who he can rely on and the players to develope their games. Dunney at CB was inspired, he is strong and good on the ball. I can see him playing that position again.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 09:50
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    I personally think it is a good point. Can't comment on the performance as I wasn't there but surely the most important factor is not being leapfrogged by anybody, so a loss was the main thing to avoid.

    I also think holloway is just trying to go for it. We need wins and he thinks the best way of doing that is to attack teams. Granted the goals haven't been flowing but I can see some improvement since lomas went, unfortunately not all reflected in results. We will stay up, I'm confident of that. Just gotta win our home games

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  • February 12, 2014 at 09:53
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    Hmmmm. I think we'd have had a better chance of getting three points with a standard formation. We can't keep tinkering with it. Strange decision to leave Robinson on the bench thereby removing Williams from the midfield which is where he was needed. Next game hopefully we'll see a midfield of Williams Bailey Upson etc. What I do know is we can't play 4 forwards whether we're at home or away.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 10:14
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    Do you know, every game we play now, I think this is the one when we are going to give someone a real pasting and every game it doesn't happen and then I think next one, but that doesn't happen either. When I looked at the team sheet last night I thought 4 strikers, 3 of whom have played in the top flight. This is the one. We were lucky not to go in at half time at least two down and had only 2 shots on goal in 45 minutes. Second half we picked up. I am behind IH 100%, but playing 4-2-3-1 and then 4-1-2-3, what the f**k, perhaps we should learn to walk before we start running, get the basics right, then once the team is actually playing as a team then start introducing new ways of playing. Well down to those who got to Yeovil last night, you are all stars.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 10:30
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    Its good that if we do s*** out at least we are going for it, lots of attacking play cant blame holloway for trying this, 0-0s ent going to get us anywhere, shame we cant score though hopefully we can start scoring at home

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    • February 12, 2014 at 10:43
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      @SLloyd23: To me, having two forwards on with the others on the bench does two things. One, it makes sure those playing know they're are replacements waiting to get, on which gives some real competition, and there's nothing like that to get the best out of players.
      Two, it allows proper midfield players to play in their best positions rather than ask others to do that job. We're not in the position to tinker every single game.
      The starting formation is down to Ollie of course and it's relatively easy from here to pick a team. Having said that, if we play a formation and stick with it, that would IMO gel the team a lot quicker than has happened/is happening now.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 10:39
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    It's interesting to see IH took off Jackson and Campbell to be replaced by Easter and Feeney. That it seems is when the game turned for us. According to the Daily Mirror ratings Jackson and Campbell only got 5 and both Easter and Feeney got 7. Maybe its because the latter are fitter or is it because the former are not up to scratch yet? Danny Shittu is our most consistent player at the moment he is a lionheart for us.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 10:53
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    When IH took over he said that he may not be able to stop us going down.
    So whatever happens from now until the end of the season let's all just get behind the team & what will be will be.
    If that means going down & having to rebuild then so be it.
    This will still not stop me buying my season ticket as Millwall is the club that I chose to support.
    Yes it is sad that we are in the position we are in but that's Millwall.
    40+ years of supporting this great club has given me some of the best & worst moments in my life & long may it continue.
    We are a one off,we are millwall.
    So chin up everyone you know no matter what you will all ways be here supporting the Greatest Team in the land.
    COYL
    MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLL

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  • February 12, 2014 at 11:19
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    I like the formation thing Ollie's introducing. The numbers don't confuse me. I suspect the players fully understand them also,but may not be up to the fitness levels req to carry them out. Case in point for their goal lastnight,Malone was nowhere to be seen when they broke down his side, so when shittu goes over on the cover, it left us short staffed in the centre. Malone is constantly up and down the pitch,so not blaming him,this is how Ollie had Blackpool playing, players coming at you from all areas and angles,but he got some good players in there to carry it out, given time he will do the same here. He has had to deal with the loss of key players to injury,suspension, but good to see he has progressive ideas.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 11:42
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    I think last night was a game that Yeovil had to win and we could not afford to lose. So we achieved something. I think we put a very large nail in their coffin.
    I am still very confident that we will stay up. Campbell and Jackson will be up to speed nearly I am sure. Lowry to come back soon and our other new additions can play their part.
    Morisson scoring was a big plus. Maybe this could be the start of him getting some goals and the competition for places will be good for him and us.
    As I stated before I will buy you all a drink if we go down. Cue the orders.
    Looking forward to Saturday.
    We are on the ropes fighting for our lives but the good news is that we love a good fight.
    Bring on Bolton.

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  • February 12, 2014 at 12:31
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    There are a lot of new faces (including a new manager) taking in new tactics and a different way of thinking, these things take time but the lads put in the effort last night and an away point isn't such a bad thing when we have a home game against Bolton on Saturday!

    I think we will be ok, but was never going to be a quick fix from the crap Lomas left us in!

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  • February 12, 2014 at 14:18
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    I think the radical experimentation and beliefs of Holloway are out of synch with what is needed at this stage. Might be fine if we were cruising in midtable and I'd welcome fresh ideas. But we have the worst defence in the division. Just look at the goals against tally. IH needs a simple plan to address that. One which makes it difficult to beat us. I think the formations he is using -- constantly changing line-ups and personnel -- is confusing for players at this level and of this talent. They should all now be fit enough if his regime is operating properly. He's had time enough to fix that. They weren't all in wheelchairs when he got here, though some of them played like it.
    We are where we are because that's how poor we are. For three seasons we have been crap and it has been the form of other teams that have kept us in this division. There's an ominous inevitability that we won't escape this time.
    IH a back-to-basics plan is needed, just to keep us up. If you can't inspire this group of players, including the ones you've brought in, to do that then you've lost what you once had. And so have Millwall.

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    • February 12, 2014 at 18:38
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      @Eddie Grace: Agree 100% - Simplicity is what's called for in our situation. Well put Eddie.

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      • February 13, 2014 at 00:50
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        @Adsy77777: totally disagree he put in 2 holding midfield to ensure we went in at alf time nil against..something KC has done when at mfc..wot he didn't do hs sacrifice our entire mid..just the 3 strikers is needed 4 is over kill...

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  • February 13, 2014 at 00:24
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    Don't agree

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  • February 13, 2014 at 07:44
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    YEP, WE DONT NEED 4 FRONT MEN ESPECIALLY AS THEY SCORE VERY FEW GOALS. I THINK ABDOU SHOULD COME IN. SO THE TWO "B"s ARE NEXT { BOLTON & BARNSLEY }. WE WILL BE THERE TO SEE BOTH MATCHES HOME AND AWAY. NO ONE LIKES US, WE DONT CARE. STORMIN' NORMAN........... IS READY TO TRAVEL THR GRAVEL!

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  • February 13, 2014 at 09:58
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    At least we don't seem to have picked up any injuries at Yeovil. So a strong team will start on Saturday, hope Beevers is not far from fitness, he played well with D. Shittu.

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