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Millwall moved into the quarter-final of the FA Cup for the first time since 2004 with a 2-0 win at non-league Luton. More
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Lets now put 1985 to bed, and now look to the future, the future is blue and white. c'mon you lions.
Well played Millwall. Always please to see Andy Keogh progress in the cup. He's an honest player and always put in 100% when he played for us (Wolves). Luton have had a great run but it's good to see Millwall have some positive press as people are always happy to try and link them to the worst sides of the game when there's a lot of decent fans and a lot of decent players associated with the club. Good luck in the next round.
Well done Luton on reaching this far and even though I expected to win at least draw today fair play Millwall I think 3-0 was a bit harsh, anyway now the cup run is over I hope we can start performing in the League now, I mean winning at Norwich 1 week then getting beat at Barrow the next (no disrespect meant to Barrow), but I fear we wont make the play offs and if we do its going to be a push will we have the energy to play the play offs I just hope the fans keep coming next season
Nice one Millwall proud of you and the real supporters, so IAN put your keyboard away in a place the sun don’t shine (hard man). Football is just a vehicle for #$%$ and #$%$ who want to label clubs to justify their existence. Keep it football, keep it Millwall :-)
2-0 says it all here,give luton thier due they have done well,i see someone asking if demo mick at the game.Believe me sunshine if he is dont look for him.He may be oldish but by f..k you dont want to get on the wrong side of him he very old school and no one likes him as they say
JK Im not labeling all Millwall supporters that only the thugs who call themselves supporters...What about the young kids and women who get caught up in the trouble.. they do not deserve that, i agree some supporters are ok but it is the mindless W***ers im on about
Ian that's a bit fascist of you to label every millwall fan a racist... god dam fascist liberals
MARK you wrote this "come on Millwall!! sky report was #$%$, let's show the country we're a proper club....talk about biased.." that report is so so true. You call millwall a football team, you need to look up the word football cos that means kicking a ball....no using bricks, iron bars etc.... so that just shows how the supporters are then huh...sorry but your all WIMPS....MILLWALL SUCK
As I was saying, a good quiz question for the future, two Irish international keepers playing for Millwall?
May the best tean win. I remember Luton in the old first division, my memory has gone to pot were Millwall there once, if not they were knocking on the door once or twice.
Is that Maik Taylor number two to Forde?
definitely two teams with aspirations to be greater than their current league/non-league positions. I believe the winner will have a problem with keeping their promotion hopes alive with the distraction of the FA Cup, and therefore I believe that Luton would do well to loose this tie and go all out for promotion back to the league and then they will show what they are truely capable of. Come on the Hatters, go down in a blaze of glory and then concentrate hard on finishing well up the table. (and by the way I am not a Luton fan)
little town v smallwall
i support a small club
i live in a skip
i eat the cheese between my toes
demo mick, are you at the ground?
C'mon the hatters/ sorry mean the lions, that is Millwall's nickname?
little kids fighting playground battles - it's ony a game
Dont insult the name Ian, you must be like the one on Eastenders, try South East London and down the Old Kent Road, come on Millwall (Ian) E of The Lions :-)
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