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10/07/19 Reverse order Timestamp format

  1. Hello and welcome to our Championship blog.

    Millwall's pre-season recruitment is really starting to come together.

    The squad looks so much stronger than just a couple of weeks ago after three more astute signings.

    Connor Mahoney was the latest to join when he completed his move from Bournemouth. He is looking forward to the challenge.

    New Chapter...⚽️ Delighted to sign a long term contract at @MillwallFC exciting times ahead for the club! Lets Go 🦁
  2. And that's his weaker foot?

    As well as having one of the best crossing stats in the Championship last season, new signing @_ConnorMahoney also has this in his locker. #Millwall
  3. The Lancashire Telegraph are reporting that Blackburn Rovers will be due some of the transfer fee Millwall have paid Bournemouth for Mahoney.

    It's 20 per cent, so that will be at least £200,000 landing in the coffers of Millwall's Championship rivals.

  4. Latest on Millwall's pursuit of Bodvarsson, from the Reading side:

    My latest understanding is there was a small hitch with personal terms regarding Bodvarsson. JDB will have to take a pay-cut to join Millwall. Harris still hoping a deal can be done before Friday. Still another offer on the table too.. #readingfc
  5. Millwall's new attacker is straight into training, and Fergie makes his return after his international involvement and wedding over the summer.

  6. Shaun Williams trying to beat Frank Fielding:

  7. Lee Bowyer on playing Millwall, bit of respect there.

    The Lions haven't lost in 10 games to the Addicks going back to 1996.

    Bowyer, speaking to Charlton's media in Spain:

    We’ll be going into every game to win, but Millwall, obviously our local rivals and the fans...what’s the best word to use, they don’t really like each other! It’s going to be competitive and I know from watching Millwall, the game is going to be very, very competitive.

    Like it was against Portsmouth last season, they play a certain way. That's the way they play and they're good at it. That's not being disrespectful: if it ain't broke don't fix it.

    They went up from League One when I first came to Charlton and they've stayed in the League, and fair play to them. That's some achievement.