Millwall v Wednesday

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For the third consecutive season the powers that be have made it a Tuesday night, tossers!

We are without a win in 8 whilst 'Wall haven't won at home since god were a lad, all points to a home win for me and the pressure mounts on Gray.

It's my 4th trip to the New Den, a ground I really bloody like, we've won 3 and drawn 1 of those.

Sold around 800 and expect a few POTG from our London based contingent.
 

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Think this one might be 0-0. I think a change of manager will be the best policy in summer for Sheff Wed. Give a new manager time to bring his own players in and to get the best out of players like Stevie May. I think you have the foundations of a team that could challenge the top 6 next season.
 

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So easy for Sheffield Wednesday in the end. We probably should have put them to bed before half-time, but we squandered our chances and then completely fell to pieces in the 2nd half.

Wish we could just declare now.
 

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2 in 2 games for McGugan - well he will always be a useful midfield goal scorer.

Just so inconsistent and "lazy"
 

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How to sum that up?

First half we were certainly below par and allowed a very shit Millwall side to be on top, only poor finishing ensured we didn't fall behind, we had our moments but in all honesty it wasn't great.

Second half we were excellent, we broke with pace and precision for once, our first goal came from a chance for them, we managed to move the about and create space and finally that midfield man running onto chances we've been waiting for has arrived in Lewis McGugan, he took the chance brilliantly and you could tell he loved it.

You've seen the second goal via the youtube clip but it was even better live, Nuhiu and Maghoma combined well and the finish was calm and composed, just a shame the big lad couldn't have done that in recent weeks at S6, that said the Den playing surface was excellent.

The third goal was again taken well by Stevie May and if he had little confidence going into the game he didn't show it as he finished with aplomb.

Conceding at the death was annoying as that clean sheet would have done wonders for Zayatte and Dielna who i thought played well.

Kieran Lee was lively again, Will Keane needs to man up and stop wearing gloves the gret poofter, McGugan is a cut above the rest of our midfield and Semedo is either playing for a contract or is improving every bloody game.

What can I say about Millwall, they're down, devoid of ideas and heart, I actually feel sorry for their fans, they get a horrible reputation caused by a few knobheads but on the whole I find em to be decent, no bother, just apathy last night and Millwall is a decent away day even on a frigging Tuesday i'd be loathed to see em go, much rather someone else goes.
 

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