14/06/18 Reverse order Timestamp format
Its Southwark News day today, pick up a paper for just 50p.
We have an exclusive interview with former Millwall defender Christian Mbulu. He talks about his time in SE16, what he learnt at Millwall and his relationship with Neil Harris.
It also includes a Q+A with former Lions striker Jamie Philpot who discusses his love for the game, his solitary Millwall goal in 2015 and what is next for him.
Lastly, we have an update on Ben Marshall and some reaction from Neil Harris.
The World Cup starts today!
The Premier league fixtures are also out which means its just a week until the Championship fixtures are released.
Will the Lions face one of the relegated sides in Swansea, West Brom or Stoke or will it be a trip to newly-promoted Rotherham?
Last season Millwall started their campaign with an undeserved 1-0 defeat against Nottingham Forest.
The Lions mustered up 23 shots at the Forest goal, but somehow left the City Ground empty-handed.
Just a reminder that the first round draw for the Carabao Cup takes place tomorrow at 10.45am. Millwall are number 18 in the Southern Section.
Here are the full list of numbers:
1 AFC Wimbledon
2 Aston Villa
3 Birmingham City
5 Bristol City
6 Bristol Rovers
7 Cambridge United
8 Charlton Athletic
9 Cheltenham Town
10 Colchester United
11 Coventry City
12 Crawley Town
13 Exeter City
14 Forest Green Rovers
16 Ipswich Town
17 Luton Town
19 Milton Keynes Dons
20 Newport County
21 Northampton Town
22 Norwich City
23 Oxford United
24 Peterborough United
25 Plymouth Argyle
27 Queens Park Rangers
29 Southend United
31 Swindon Town
32 West Bromwich Albion
33 Wycombe Wanderers
34 Yeovil Town
In more bizarre news, Birmingham City have renamed their ground to the St Andrew's Trillion Trophy Stadium.....
The Lions won 1-0 there in February, courtesy of a late Fred Onyedinma strike.
Tim Cahill is continuing to provide updates via social media from Russia.
Australia play France in Kazan on Saturday morning in their Group D opener.
He was asked about becoming only the fourth player ever to score at four World Cups.
Of course it crosses your mind, but firstly for me it was getting here. The next element is getting on the pitch and from that, anything can happen. When you’re playing in front of a full house, you only need one split second to change a game and also change history.
That's all from today.
It's been an extremely quiet day and week.
Tomorrow we will have reaction from the League Cup draw taking place at 10.45am and hopefully some news regarding Jimmy Abdou's testimonial.
Have a good evening.