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The New York Times. The loss of so many young men during the Second World War made it difficult for clubs to retain their former status. Retrieved 10 October Millwall have won 38, drawn 27 and lost Retrieved 27 September
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Millwall was founded in The club had a grey away kit for the —03 season, and also a green and white striped away kit for the —04 season.
Unbeaten with 11 wins and one draw. There millwall conflicting reports in the media as to whether missiles were initially thrown by Hull supporters following chanting and jeering by Millwall fans of Jimmy Bullard an ex-West Ham player just prior to the fixture. They moved to their third home, The Athletic Groundson 6 September History of Millwall F.
Retrieved 23 June The rivalry between the teams is intensified by both clubs passionate fans and association with football hooliganism.
Millwall’s fortunes fluctuated in the immediate post war years, they were relegated to Division Three South in and had to apply for re-election to the league in after finishing in the bottom two. An upswing in fortunes saw Millwall finish 5th, 4th, and then runners up in Division Three South in —53 season ; but with only the Champions being promoted, Millwall found themselves stuck in the third tier despite averaging crowds of over 20, Millwall’s first game back in the Championship was a 3—0 away win at Bristol City.
The game had been much hyped due to City’s signing of then-England goalkeeper David James. Retrieved 6 May A police spokeswoman said that 47 police officers and 24 police horses were injured, and the Metropolitan Police considered suing the club after the events.
Jay Simpsonwhile on loan from Arsenal  First winner of the award whilst on loan at another club. Archived from the original on 23 July Paphitis later introduced a membership scheme whereby only fans who would be prepared to join and carry membership cards would be allowed into The Den.
From to they played behind The Lord Nelson pub on East Ferry Road, which was known as the Lord Nelson Groundbefore being forced to leave by the landlady, who received a better offer for its use.
Archived from the original on 25 July The current crest is a leaping lion, which first appeared on a Millwall kit in Archived from the original on 26 February The club helps promote anti-knife and anti-gun crime. Barry Kitchener holds the record for Millwall appearances, having played matches between and The Sun newspaper free the sensationalist grenade-related headline “Soccer Marches to War! Archived from the original on 28 September In the s, hooliganism in England became more widely reported.
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The loss of so many young men during the Second World War made it difficult for clubs to retain their former status.
The club has reached the FA Cup semi-finals in, fere, and the League Cup quarter-finals inand Retrieved 19 July Only days after the defeat, Steve Coppell resigned as City manager.
The show was extremely damaging for the club. Retrieved 6 June How veteran hooligans miolwall the internet to set up bloody battle”. It was later retrieved by police and determined to be a harmless dummy.
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For the —14 seasonMillwall chose the charity Prostate Cancer UK to sponsor their shirt for free. Millwall began life on the Isle of Dogs and inhabited four different grounds in the club’s first 25 years. It also appeared in episodes of the shows The Bill and Primeval.