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Southern League Division One - Millwall Squad 1905-06 Photocall Featured Print

Southern League Division One - Millwall Squad 1905-06 Photocall

Millwall squad 1905-06: (back row, l-r) Jackie Kifford, John 'Tiny' Joyce, Bob Campbell, General Stevenson, groundsman Elijah Moor, director PG Weedon; (second row, l-r) director T Thorne, trainer R Hunter, George Comrie, John McLean, Joe Blythe, G Marshall, J Ward, secretary J Beveridge; (third row, l-r) Billy Hunter, John Bradbury, Alf Twigg, JB Millar, Fred Watkins, director GA Saunders; (front row, l-r) Percy Milsom, Sid Heaton, Dick Jones

© EMPICS Sport

Football League Division Two - Millwall Photocall - 06 August 1986 Featured Print

Football League Division Two - Millwall Photocall - 06 August 1986

Millwall team group: (back row, l-r) Dave Mehmet, Alan McLeary, Paul Hinshelwood, Keith Stevens, Alan Walker, Micky Nutton, Michael Marks, Danis Salman; (middle row, l-r) Coach Roger Cross, Nicky Chatterton, Nicky Coleman, Paul Sansome, Brian Horne, Teddy Sheringham, Steve Lovell, Physio Joe Miller; (front row, l-r) Darren Morgan, Robert Wilson, David Byrne, Manager John Docherty, John Leslie, Steve Lowndes, Les Briley

© S&G and Barratts/EMPICS Sport

The Den, home to Millwall F.C. Featured Print

The Den, home to Millwall F.C.

The New Den, Millwall FC's ground in south east London today (Tue). Earlier the second division club had suspended trading in its shares pending "clarification of the company's financial position". The club was one of the first to move on to the stock market in 1989, a route several others have followed since, but enjoyed much less success and saw its price slide steadily down from 70p to stand at 4p when trading ceased. Currently in fifth spot, the team were relegated from the First Division at the end of last season. See PA story SOCCER and CITY Millwall. Photo by Fiona Hanson/PA.

© PA Archive/Press Association Images