MILLWALL have appointed Lee Turner as their new goalkeeping coach.
Turner is highly-rated and boasts an impressive CV having previously coached at Southend, Crystal Palace, Bolton and most recently Charlton Athletic.
The Lions have been in search of someone to replace Kevin Pressman who left last week after six-years at the club.
The 48-year-old started out at Southend United and spent eight years at Roots Hall before moving to Crystal Palace in 2011.
After just one year in south London, Turner joined Bolton Wanderers, where he worked with former Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan.
Turner left to join Charlton in 2015 and played a key part in the progression of England goalkeeper Nick Pope, who was recently named in Gareth Southgate's 23-man World Cup squad.
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