Enemy at the gates

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Enemy at the gates Calling all Millwall fans. Everywhere. In just seven days’ time at Catford Town Hall on January 11th 2017 at 6pm, Millwall FC’s fate will once again rest in the hands of the Lewisham Council Cabinet. Once … Continued

Guardian keeps watchful eye.

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Media interest in the Regen story. Guardian keeps watchful eye on Lewisham/Renewal proposals Millwall Football Club’s opposition to Lewisham Council’s proposal to issue Compulsory Purchase Orders in favour of Development company ‘Renewal‘ for areas of land on and around the site of … Continued

No One Likes Us- It’s Time To Care

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No One Likes Us- It’s Time To Care By Sean Graham Sometimes something just grabs your attention and you know that you have to speak out about it, today is one of those days. Imagine if you will, you do … Continued

New Bermondsiania

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Well at least we know who our enemy is now. Lewisham Council’s decision to compulsorily purchase land around The Den and in doing so, to ignore Millwall FC’s plans to redevelop the stadium, certainly sets their stall out doesn’t it? … Continued

Ams Statment

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  Ams Statement The decision of the Lewisham Council Cabinet to seek approval for Compulsory Purchase Orders on land and property that will have a direct impact on the future of Millwall Football Club and Millwall Community Trust which has … Continued

A train ride with Millwall fans by Alastair Campbell

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The usual reaction of most people, when a boisterous group of beer-laden Millwall fans get on board your mid-morning train carriage, is to do as I did yesterday – sink a little lower into your seat, and stare even more … Continued

CBL Mag 2015 Poppy Badge Appeal The Story behind the names.

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“If I should die, think only this of me: that there’s some corner of a foreign field that is for ever England.” Rupert Brooke (1887-1915) CBL Magazine – First World War centenary    One hundred years ago this month, Great … Continued