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Son shines but Kane injury mars Spurs stroll

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London (AFP) – Son Heung-Min’s hat-trick fired Tottenham into the FA Cup semi-finals, but his side’s 6-0 victory against Millwall was overshadowed by Harry Kane’s potentially serious ankle injury.

Kane limped off in the 10th minute at White Hart Lane after his ankle twisted awkwardly.

Son shines but Kane injury mars Spurs stroll

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London (AFP) – Son Heung-Min’s hat-trick fired Tottenham into the FA Cup semi-finals, but his side’s 6-0 victory against Millwall was overshadowed by Harry Kane’s potentially serious ankle injury.

Kane limped off in the 10th minute at White Hart Lane after his ankle twisted awkwardly.

Pochettino calls for calm in Millwall clash

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London (AFP) – Mauricio Pochettino has pleaded with Tottenham and Millwall fans to keep the peace when the London rivals clash in a potentially volatile FA Cup quarter-final on Sunday.

Since being drawn to face Millwall at White Hart Lane, Tottenham officials have been liasing with police in a bid to a keep a lid on the hooligan gangs threatening to run riot in north London.

Third-tier Millwall upset Leicester in FA Cup

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London (AFP) – Third-tier Millwall’s FA Cup fairytale continued on Saturday as they stunned struggling Premier League champions Leicester City 1-0 in a major fifth-round upset.

Having previously eliminated Bournemouth and Watford, the League One side added a third top-flight scalp by toppling Leicester thanks to a last-minute goal by defender Shaun Cummings.

Millwall and Fulham give underdogs bite in FA Cup

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London (AFP) A goal by former Wales international Steve Morison secured third tier Millwall a deserved 1-0 victory over Premier League Watford in the FA Cup fourth round on Sunday.

It was Millwall's second successive top level scalp after eliminating Bournemouth in the previous round.

Second tier Fulham more predictably prevailed over out of sorts Premier League strugglers Hull 4-1.

Football League

FA Cup: Last Gasp Winner Sees Millwall Knock Out Premier League Champs Leicester At The Den (Video)

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After producing one of the biggest sporting shocks of all-time by winning the Premier League last season, nobody expected Leicester City to sustain that kind of fairytale form in this campaign.

However, this season's hangover has been far worse than expected, with the relegation-threatened Foxes dumped out of the FA Cup by Millwall on Saturday afternoon.

Little Baby Bermondsey: Millwall Fan Names Newborn Son After Beloved Football Club Without Telling His Wife

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An obsessive Millwall fan now has some explaining to do after pressing ahead and naming his newborn baby son after his beloved club without running the idea past his wife first.

Mike Bloomfield, a life-long supporter, said he made the snap decision to name his son after the Lions' home ground as he thought it would be a "a good way to get the next generation involved".

Crystal Palace

Sporting Announce New Broadcast Team

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Sporting Kansas City announced their broadcast team for the 2017 season. Late in 2016 when Sporting announced their new affiliation with Fox Sports Kansas City they said that there would be changes to the broadcast team, out was color commentator, Andy Gruenebaum and sideline reporter/color commentator Jake Yadrich.

Millwall vs Crystal Palace vs Wimbledon vs Charlton: South London’s Complex Web Of Derby Rivalry

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Crystal Palace 'keeper Charlie Bumstead dives in vain as Millwall score at The Den, 1951

A crowd of 37,774 turned out for the Fourth Division clash between Crystal Palace and Millwall at Selhurst Park on 31st March 1961 – a figure that remains the record attendance for the fourth tier of English football.

Arsenal

FA Cup 4th Round draw, 3rd round talking points and best goals as Rooney equals record

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There will be plenty of words written and said about whether the FA Cup still retains its trademark magic especially after Cardiff City played Fulham in front of sparse crowd of just over...

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Football Cities: London

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In 2011, the company I work for chose to shut down their London office and move out of town. After much internal debate, I decided to switch with them. I had never thought I would leave the capital, regarding pretty much anything outside its orbit, aside from Brighton and a few northern cities, to be an incorrigible mix of 4x4s and farmers ready to unload their muskets upon the .

Football Wonderkids Who Never Made It – Why Martin Ødegaard should resist Arsenal & Bayern Munich for now

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by Mathew Burt

16-year-old Norwegian Martin Ødegaard has quickly become one of the hottest properties in world football following his sensational rise at Strômsgodset and his international debut this year aged just 15.

An introduction to women’s football

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I did something that I'd never done before last week. I attended women's football matches.

Women's football has lagged behind the men's game for decades. The fifty year FA directive that saw womens teams banned from using men's football grounds was only lifted in the early70s and the women's game has never recovered to the pre-wardays of 50,000 crowds at Goodison Park

Recently however, the game has seen a bit of a renaissance with the formation of a national league (the FA WSL) and the coverage of women's football, especially the English national side, has increased over the past few years.

Millwall FC

Millwall FC 2016/17 Macron Home Kit

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Millwall Football Club and technical sponsor Errea have unveiled the South East London side's 2016/17 [...]

Millwall FC 2015/16 Macron Home Kit

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Millwall Football Club have unveiled their home kit for their 2015/16 Football League, FA Cup [...]

Millwall FC Launch 2014/15 World War I Commemorative Kit

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London-based Football League Championship side Millwall FC today unveiled a limited edition 2014/15 Macron kit [...]

Millwall FC 2014/15 Macron Away Kit

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Millwall Foootball Club have had a strong start to their Championship season with three wins [...]

Millwall FC 2014/15 Macron Away Kit

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Millwall Foootball Club have had a strong start to their Championship season with three wins [...]

Ian Holloway Chides Millwall Supporters Over ‘Obscene’ Chants

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Following Saturday's 2-0 opening day victory over Leeds United, Millwall FC manager Ian Hollowaystated he was "bursting with pride" in regards to his team's performance. But he went on to say that the actions from a group of his own supporters during the match were "obscene".

Holloway was referencing chants that goaded Leeds supporters about their city's link to Jimmy Savile, the former radio/TV personality who was later implicated as a sex offender.

Millwall FC 2014/15 Macron Home Kit

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Millwall Football Club avoided relegation from the English Football League Championship by four points at [...]

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Book Review: Living on the Volcano

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Living on the Volcano by Michael Calvin
Published by Century
2015, £7.99

Michael Calvin stands apart from the main crowd of football journalists in the United Kingdom. His previous book, The Nowhere Men was a fascinating expose of that unsung breed, club scouts; often more familiar with Watford Gap services than Watford FC.

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-By-Club League 1 Preview 2015-16

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Barnsley

2014-15 did not go to plan for Barnsley. Freshly relegated from the Championship and adorned with an array of shiny new signings, a promotion push was on the cards. But an unconvincing start cost Danny Wilson his job in February, and it was left to Lee Johnson to salvage things.

Catching up on the Championship’s races for promotion, play-offs and avoiding relegation

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This season has proved to be one of the most gripping ever, with nothing between the top six and very little defining the relegation places. As always, managerial dismissals have been a talking point but some of the football being played deserves it's plaudits and is sure to make the dogfight at the bottom and the race to the top more intense than ever before.

Catching up on the Championship’s races for promotion, play-offs and avoiding relegation

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This season has proved to be one of the most gripping ever, with nothing between the top six and very little defining the relegation places. As always, managerial dismissals have been a talking point but some of the football being played deserves it's plaudits and is sure to make the dogfight at the bottom and the race to the top more intense than ever before.

TTU Go Predicting: a Club-by-Club Championship Preview 2014-5

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[F]ollowing on from John McGee's freeform assessment of League 1 yesterday, here is a somewhat more plodding assessment of the level above. That, however, is no reflection on the ins and outs of this season's Championship - a competition where extortionate transfer fees, underqualified managers and frankly terrifying owners hold sway, where parachute payments warp the competition and everyone is indulging in the filthy scramble for Premier League riches - apart from Blackpool.

TTU Go Predicting: a Club-by-Club Championship Preview 2014-5

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[F]ollowing on from John McGee's freeform assessment of League 1 yesterday, here is a somewhat more plodding assessment of the level above. That, however, is no reflection on the ins and outs of this season's Championship - a competition where extortionate transfer fees, underqualified managers and frankly terrifying owners hold sway, where parachute payments warp the competition and everyone is indulging in the filthy scramble for Premier League riches - apart from Blackpool.

TTU Awards 2013-14: Flop of the Season

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[C]redit to last year's winners Wolverhampton Wanderers who have bounced back under the shrewd stewardship of Kenny Jackett and might fancy their chances of making it a complete recovery were not their fans keenly aware of the dangers of hubris. Given this, the category turned out to be fairly split with Tranmere Rovers (top of League 1 in January 2013, relegated by May the following year), Northampton Town (from play-off finalists to very nearly relegated in the space of 12 months), Steve Lomas' reign at Millwall, QPR (they should have walked the league with that squad and their loan players),.

In Defence of Pitch Invasions

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[I]n August 2013, the International Business Times website published an article with the headline: 'EXCLUSIVE: New Hooligan Fears as FA Allows Pitch Invasions to go Unpunished.' Accompanied by a photograph of an anonymous supporter looking vaguely jubilant as he's carried off by four stewards, it went on to explain that ‘the Football Association will not issue immediate punishments to clubs whose fans invade the pitch, despite the ugly scenes following Preston North End's win over Blackpool in the League Cup this week' and described in horrified tones the potential consequences if action wasn't taken to stop fans getting onto the.

Back in the Ex-USSR: Former Soviet Nationals in the Football League

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[A]mid the relentless cacophony of last Friday's transfer deadline day, Radio Five Live's needlessly exhaustive coverage did include an interesting discussion on the whys and wherefores of signing players from the former Soviet Union in the light of Liverpool's failed bid to take Yevhen Konoplyanka to the club from Dnipro.

Videos

Dirty Den: Millwall Fans Attack Police During League One Clash With Peterborough (Video)

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During Millwall's 3-0 win against Peterborough at the Den on Saturday, a group of home fans decided to have a right old rumble with the local police.

Surrounded by the proverbial baying mob of Lions' fans, a group of police took a bit of battering before eventually retreating down one of the entrances to the stand.

Ipswich U14 Academy Team Score Fantastic Fluid Counter-Attacking Team Goal vs Millwall (Video)

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By Chris Wright

In which Ipswich Town's U14 sproglets string together a rather slick, 13-pass counter-attacking manoeuvre to surgically dissect Millwall's academy side before applying a tidy finish to match...

It's just like watching Brazil West Ham reserves...

Policeman Slips on his Hole during Millwall v Sheffield Wednesday Clash

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A Policeman trying to keep the peace in the crowd after a scuffle between Millwall and Sheffield Wednesday players, was left red faced after he slipped on his hole and into a puddle much to the amusement of just about everyone who seen it to be honest.

Brighton Player Whacks Opponent in the Face with Back-Heel Not so Funny if Your on the Receiving End

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Millwall player Kris Twardek is the unfortunate recipient of Glen Rea's backheel. But in fairness was Twardek soft in the head or what I would have seeked immediate revenge. (Thrown him the ball and then whack).

Championship

Millwall To Wear Special One-Off ‘Desert Camouflage’ Kit In Tribute To Injured Troops (Photos & Video)

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By Chris Wright

Millwall have announced that their players are to wear a special, one-off "desert camouflage" kit for their home game againstBrentford next month in honour to pay tribute and raise money for injured servicemen and women.

Designed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of theFirst World War, 1,500 of the shirts are to go on sale next Monday priced at £50 for adults,with£10 ofevery sale will be donatedto the Headley Court army rehabilitation centre in Surrey whose logo will also feature prominently on the shirt itself.

Livid Millwall Fan Storms Pitch And Tears Linesman’s Flag In Half After Being Denied Corner Kick

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By Chris Wright

"Anyone seen a bloke with what looks like a slice of fluorescent Battenberg tucked in his pocket?"

Here's one you don't hear every day: assistant referee Alan Young, i.e, the man on duty during Leicester City's 3-1 mauling of Millwall at The Den yesterday, was forced to find himself a replacement flag midway through the game after a livid Millwall fan ran onto the pitch and tore his original flag in half over his heinous decision to deny the home side a corner kick.

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Millwall vs Southampton Goals 0-2 Highlights League Cup 2014 Cork Pelle Video

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Fulham 0-1 Millwall

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The giant flag saying "Still Believe" still hangs from Craven Cottage, but with the air of an "EVERYTHING MUST GO" sign in the window of a shop that closed 18 months ago.

Still believe? In what? In the youngsters? Sure. In the manager? Well maybe. In the club overall? Well there's nothing to not believe in really, is there, unless we're talking about the club's ability to win football matches, which is a different question and not so easily answered.

On Briggs

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Really interesting article on a Millwall site about Matthew Briggs:

IAN Holloway will watch video footage of Matthew Briggs' best and worst career performances before deciding whether to offer the trialist a deal.

Left back Briggs has featured in two pre-season friendlies against Dartford and Stevenage since linking up with the Lions at the start of last week.

Millwall Release Their Home Shirt Design For 2014, Chosen By Fans [PHOTO]

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The supporters of Millwall Football Club have chosen the club's home shirt for the 2014/15 season from a selection of choices, deciding to go with a retro-looking shirt designed by Macron.

Millwall's home shirt for 2014/15 features a dark blue shirt with a classic designed collar (a v-neck) and the club crest and shirt manufacturer logo in white.

Americans Abroad: Weekend Rewind

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By FRANCO PANIZO

The battle for the final central midfield spots on the U.S. Men's National Team at this summer's World Cup might just come down to the wire.

On the same day that Kyle Beckerman delivered an impressive outing for the U.S. Men's National Team, Danny Williams raised his stock by scoring his first goal in England (and second overall in his career) in Reading's 3-0 victory over Millwall on Saturday.