Anti-racism charity inducts Millwall boss into hall of fame


MILLWALL boss Ian Holloway was inducted into the Show Racism the Red Card hall of fame at a special event in London on Thursday evening.

Holloway was presented with his award by former Norwich City manager Chris Hughton and SRtRC CEO Ged Grebby.

He said: "I am very honoured and humbled to receive the award, but feel a bit of a fraud when you consider all the effort, hard work and passion people like Ged Grebby put into the cause.

"He without doubt is the true driving force and inspiration behind the good work."

Marc Elliott, Millwall For All development manager, also spoke at the event to highlight the club's anti-racism work.

Chief executive Andy Ambler added: "It was a great night.

"Millwall were recognised for all the hard work that has been done, but it is also important that Ollie got the recognition he deserves with his personal award for all the tireless work he has down down the years as a manager with other clubs too."



2 thoughts on “Anti-racism charity inducts Millwall boss into hall of fame

  • September 12, 2014 at 16:50

    Come on you lions

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  • September 12, 2014 at 22:17

    A red card is not enough; we should also give it a five-match ban and £10000 fine!

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