What next for Kenny Jackett and Millwall?

What next for Kenny Jackett and Millwall?

While the rest of the country was distracted by events at Old Trafford, a corner of south-east London focused on the departure of another long-serving gaffer. Though Kenny Jackett’s departure as Millwall manager probably cause any palpitations on Wall Street, it was no less a surprise to supporters than Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement was to Manchester United. A mere six years in charge doesn’t even come close to matching …

Top 5 Unheralded Managers in the Football League

Top 5 Unheralded Managers in the Football League

With the managerial merry-go-round operating at warp speed over the Christmas break, and the recruitment seemingly limited to just Michael Appleton and Sean O’Driscoll, we thought that it was time that some of the lesser-touted managers of the Football League received some attention. Many readers will no doubt want to nominate other deserving individuals, but, to get things started, here is our list of five gaffers achieving great …

No Pain, No Gain for Millwall

No Pain, No Gain for Millwall

The optimism with which the season began didn’t take long to evaporate. Perhaps they were just another dispiriting example of modern football’s culture of instant gratification, but the boos that greeted the half-time whistle in our opening match at home to Blackpool were loud and clear.

In what some might refer to as a quirk of the fixture list, this opening match was a repeat of that which ended …

Relegation Week: Can Millwall stay clear of the maelstrom?

Millwall are keeping their heads above water at present, but is there a danger they could still be sucked into the whirlpool of relegation to League One? Lions fan Kate Murray speaks to Joe Harrison about her side’s chances of avoiding the dreaded drop.


After an impressive 9th place finish last term in Millwall’s first season back in the second tier, have this year’s struggles come as a surprise?

Call …

The Championship: some not-so-vital statistics

The Seventy Two deals primarily with opinions rather than facts. So here’s one statistic or record for each current Championship club. If you know of any better ones, leave them in the comments.


BARNSLEY

Most consecutive second tier games without failing to score (44 between 2nd October 1926 and 8th October 1927).

BIRMINGHAM CITY

Won the first-ever second division title in 1892/3.

BLACKPOOL

Only Championship team so far this season …

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