Ipswich have been drawn away to Brentford, in this years first round of the Worthington Cup. First leg to be played week commencing 9th August, with the home leg played week commencing 23rd August.
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GARRY MONK has claimed he left Leeds United because there was no way for him to move forward under the club's current ownership.
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MILLWALL striker Steve Morison has revealed former club Leeds United were still paying his wages up until last season.
Published yesterday at 09:46 pm on Daily Express
The EFL says a pitch invasion by Millwall fans after their play-off final win at Wembley was "completely unacceptable".
Published last Monday at 12:31 pm on BBC Football
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Millwall forward Aiden O'Brien defended the club's fans who were criticised for running on to the pitch to celebrate their Sky Bet League One play-off final win against Bradford. O'Brien appeared overwhelmed by Millwall's victory after striker Steve Morison had struck the only goal with five minutes remaining. Lions fans poured on to the Wembley turf at the final whistle, with some goading Bradford boss Stuart McCall and his players, while match-winner Morison said they had "ruined" the moment in his post-match television interview.
Published last Sunday at 11:31 am on The Independent
Bradford City boss Stuart McCall says he was "close to clocking" Millwall fans who invaded the pitch at the end of the League One play-off final.
Published last Saturday at 07:41 pm on BBC Football
Steve Morison struck late to fire Millwall back into the Sky Bet Championship with a 1-0 play-off final victory over Bradford at Wembley.
Published last Saturday at 06:51 pm on Sky Sports News
MILLWALL fans invaded the pitch and confronted Bradford City players after their side's 1-0 victory in the League One play-off final at Wembley.
Published last Saturday at 06:31 pm on Daily Express
In the end, it was no surprise that a club whose backs are permanently against the wall did things the hard way at Wembley. At the end of a fraught season off the pitch – compulsory purchase orders, fan protests and the rest – Millwall dug in and got their rewards again at Wembley, grinding out a victory that they scarcely deserved to banish the ghosts of last season's play-off misery.
Published last Saturday at 06:26 pm on The Independent