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Life, Death and Football - Millwall F.C

Nobody Likes Us, But They Don't Care
Started on 20 August 2013 by Walter
Latest Reply on 28 August 2013 by Walter
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2013-08-23 07:35#130758 edu1878 : shouldn't the requirement be 20 aggression??

Nah, determination means they will want to prove to the vicious Millwall fans that he is good.
That's a pretty good catch, he'll definitely do more for you in the Championship than for Stoke in the Premier League.
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ebEliminator Thanks, he has some quality stats.
I can't stand Millwall, but have been following this story keenly, keep it up mate.
Bourani Haha not many people do ;) Thanks mate means a lot.

Phelan's View: Preseason 2012/13


We had a very successful preseason this season with only one loss. This gives us confidence going into the Championship season after some great performances from certain players and some good team work all round. Out of the six friendlies, we won five and lost one.

Preseason 2012/13

Millwall vs. Millwall Reserves

Wednesday 18th of July, 2013 | Friendly | The Den | 16° Windy | Attendance: 0

5-1

Starting XI [4-2-2-2]: Turnbull - Dunne, Robinson, Shittu, Lowry - Abdou, Trotter - Henry, Feeney - Keogh, Morison

Goals: Keogh (4, 14, 24), Morison (44, 45)

Notes: This was a good way to kickstart our friendly campaign. With fitness now boosted and the players ready, this should be the stepping stone for a good preseason. Andrew Keogh and Steve Morison look quite the pair up front.

Millwall vs. Valenciennes

Saturday 21st July, 2012 | Friendly | The Den | 15° Breezy | Attendance: 2,523

4-2

Starting XI [4-2-2-2]: Turnbull - Dunne, Robinson, Shittu, Lowry - Trotter, Abdou - N'Guessan, Feeney - Keogh, Morison

Goals: Keogh (32), Wright (68), Marquis (75), Morison (90+1)

Notes: What a win! We raced to a three-nil lead and then Valenciennes scared us with two goals in the last three minutes. Luckily, Steve Morison was here to help, turning and shooting to seal what is a fanstastic result!

Crewe vs. Millwall

Tuesday 24th July 2012 | Friendly | Alexandra Stadium | 13° Chilly | Attendance: 2,312

0-2

Starting XI [4-2-2-2]: Turnbull - Dunne, Robinson, Beevers, Malone - Trotter, Abdou - Henry, Woolyford - Marquis, Morison

Goals: Morison (10), Woolyford (45+2)

Notes: This fixture was all about fitness levels. The boys played well and got what was expected of them. There were some nervy moments but in the end we got there and we look forward to the next fixture.

MK Dons vs. Millwall

Saturday 28th July 2012 | Friendly | Stadium MK | 12° Breezy | Attendance: 1,347

1-0

Starting XI [4-2-2-2]: Forde - Dunne, Robinson, Shittu, Malone - Trotter, Abdou - N'Guessan, Feeney - Keogh, Marquis

No Goals

Notes: We had no rhythm in our passing and we couldn't create chances. I did tell them that it was a fitness fixture but they took it way too lightly and I think they were also disappointed with the result.

Forest Green vs. Millwall

Tuesday 31st July, 2012 | Friendly | The Lawn | 16° Sunny | Attendance: 2,632

1-6

Starting XI [4-2-2-2]: Forde - Dunne, Robinson, Shittu, Malone - Wright, Abdou - Henry, Feeney - Keogh, Morison

Goals: Keogh (4, 45), Henry (25 Pen), Morison (27), Robinson (81) Oshodi (86)

Notes: A great game. The perfect way to bounce back from a defeat! Our passing was phenomenal and despite them being a Blue Square Premier side, we played some top football. The scoreline reflects our dominance.

Dartford vs. Millwall

4th August 2012 | Friendly | Princes Park | 15° Windy | Attendance: 1,274

0-3

Starting XI [4-2-2-2]: Forde - Laurient, Robinson, Berra, Shandgra - Trotter, Abdou - Henry, Woolyford - Keogh, Morison

Goals: Woolyford (13) Keogh (51, 75)

Notes: Some excellent pieces of play in this game. We dominated against our feeder club as we should and we got some goals to boost confidence ahead of the first game of the season. Again Andrew Keogh was the dominant striking force and we got to test out new signing Berra for the first time.

Players To Watch


Steve Morison fired Millwall to the second division in 2011 and he will be our main striker this year. Already he has forged a successful partnership with Andrew Keogh in the front two. Hopefully his goals can give us a mid-table finish.


At the other end of the field is Ross Turnbull, who we picked up from Chelsea on a free this transfer window. Showed his quality between the sticks, he is my first choice ahead of veteran Forde, but knows he must wrk hard to make the place his own.
Unlucky against MK Dons & Dartford, but a pretty good pre-season never the less :)
Y U USE WRONG MILLWALL BADGE?!?!?! :P

Good results Walter :)
Lucas Actually beat Dartford, edited now :) Thanks mate, hpefully we can carry the form into the season.

Louis It is... isn't it :/ Anyway, thanks Louis :D
2013-08-25 08:40#131270 lwalter66 : Lucas Actually beat Dartford, edited now :) Thanks mate, hpefully we can carry the form into the season.


Oh right, even better then :))
2013-08-25 08:42#131272 Lucas_C :
2013-08-25 08:40#131270 lwalter66 : Lucas Actually beat Dartford, edited now :) Thanks mate, hpefully we can carry the form into the season.


Oh right, even better then :))

Yeah aha :P

You can tell you just look at the pictures :))
2013-08-25 08:40#131270 lwalter66 :
Louis It is... isn't it :/ Anyway, thanks Louis :D

It is, the current one is just the lion, no circle thing :P
2013-08-22 20:48#130658 lwalter66 : Thanks guys :D It all happened so quickly.

That's what she said..
Louis Ok, I will change just for you then ;) I honestly thought the circle one was the new one though :/

Pauker :))
2013-08-25 19:29#131400 Pauker :
2013-08-22 20:48#130658 lwalter66 : Thanks guys :D It all happened so quickly.

That's what she said..
HAHAHA :D

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