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Hopeless Holloway must go!

25th March 2014
What a dire season for Millwall fans.

Whilst most of the back pages are concentrating on the brilliant title race between Chelsea, Man City and the magnificent Liverpool, the situation at The Den has become laughable.

Losing the excellent Kenny Jackett at the end of last season meant a re-think for the Millwall board, but they have made two spectacularly disastrous appointments. Firstly, let’s gloss over the Steve Lomas period whose attempt to introduce his ideas honed at St Johnstone started a slide down towards the lower regions of the Championship.

When it was clear that Lomas was about as popular as most Tory politicians with the Millwall faithful, the Board turned to that cheeky West Country chappy Ian Holloway to repeat his performance at neighbours Crystal Palace.

Sadly Holloway has turned into Jethro with his ludicrous pre and post match drivel that he spews out to various online media. Add to that another half dozen useless loan players; making 4 changes EVERY match; changing the system EVERY week; playing more strikers than defenders and making Millwall’s Den fortress as easy to demolish as a Jenga tower built by 3 year olds, and you can see why Millwall are staggering headlong to League 1.

Oh for the hard working players of yesteryear, a Kevin Bremner, a Terry Hurlock or a Gary Alexander to spill blood for the cause. Instead we suffer a stream of apathetic loanees who certainly won’t want to be seen dropping down a division.

Please Mr Holloway, you’ve taken us to the very bottom of the Championship table, go now and let Neil Harris take Millwall back to their roots and re-build for an exciting season in the 3rd division next season.
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