Rotherham vs Millwall

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Absolutely massive 6 pointer. 21st v 22nd. Win and we go 6 points clear, lose and they're level. Millwall bringing 2k+ up so should be a near sellout.

Hope we ditch this idea of playing a centre-mid on the right wing. Please start Adam Hammill.

2-0 win.
 

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Absolutely massive 6 pointer. 21st v 22nd. Win and we go 6 points clear, lose and they're level. Millwall bringing 2k+ up so should be a near sellout.

Hope we ditch this idea of playing a centre-mid on the right wing. Please start Adam Hammill.

2-0 win.
They've only sold 1,100 mate.

If you get at them you'll get a win and to me that will all but seal their fate.
 
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This ends an incredibly difficult month for the Millers, comprising Ipswich, Blackburn, Derby, Wolves and Watford but hopefully will act as a springboard to survival - going to stick my money on a 2-0 win, Derbyshire to grab both goals... if we lose..... ouch
 

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Funny thing about Rotherham is they actually more than matched us in our recent 5-0 win, only difference was that we were clinical with our chances and they weren't. I like Millwall and hope they stay up, but I can see Rotherham winning this 3-1
 

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They were well in the game against us as well - just defensive/goalie mistakes cost the Millers.
 

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Town is absolute carnage at the minute. Millwall have smashed the away end up, hit a female steward with a brick, attacked a disabled man and now chucking bricks at the police station and the glass exterior outside the ground. Attacked a public transport bus aswell.

Big men. Attacking women and disabled.
 

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As a rule whenever I see reports of women and/or disabled fans being attacked I tend to find that someone is passing on rumour and its total bollocks.

I've no doubt they're smashing Rotherham up mind.
 

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Town is absolute carnage at the minute. Millwall have smashed the away end up, hit a female steward with a brick, attacked a disabled man and now chucking bricks at the police station and the glass exterior outside the ground. Attacked a public transport bus aswell.

Big men. Attacking women and disabled.
:fl:

Police station sounds like a result, though.
 

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To all the genuine Millwall fans, you have my sympathy, I can't imagine what it must be like to see your Club being tarnished by these absolute morons.
It's like they are trapped in a time warp, absolute twats. :(
 

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As a rule whenever I see reports of women and/or disabled fans being attacked I tend to find that someone is passing on rumour and its total bollocks.
:D

Always makes me chuckle too, there's far too many women and disabes on the front line of hooligan firms nowadays!!!
 

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To all the genuine Millwall fans, you have my sympathy, I can't imagine what it must be like to see your Club being tarnished by these absolute morons.
It's like they are trapped in a time warp, absolute twats. :(
As a 'genuine' Millwall fan, I don't need your sympathy. I am as indifferent to what a bunch of coked-up lads do on a northern jolly, as I am to lads up and down the country who do the same in town centres on a Saturday night.
 

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:D

Always makes me chuckle too, there's far too many women and disabes on the front line of hooligan firms nowadays!!!
Every time something like this happens, the intial reports are that we have 'attacked' disabled fans and children and every time is turns out to be complete bollocks -- hysterical gubbins from match-going supporters with very little excitement in their lives (the sort of people who project their shame at secretly enjoying the spectacle of minor hooliganism onto other people).

If a set of supporters actually injured children or disabled supporters, it would make front page news in the red tops and the club in question would be sanction so far up their arse, they'd be smelling shit come Qatar.
 

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From the BBC match report:

Crowd trouble marred Rotherham's crucial victory over relegation rivals Millwall at the New York Stadium.

Police had to push visiting fans back as Rotherham completed a second-half comeback to leave Millwall six points from safety in the Championship.

Millwall supporters chanted for the sacking of manager Ian Holloway and tried to invade the home fans' areas with police forced to intervene.
Sounds like there was a bit of trouble but, as Jockney says, if some of the incidents that are claimed had happened then a bit more might have been made of it.
 

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As a 'genuine' Millwall fan, I don't need your sympathy. I am as indifferent to what a bunch of coked-up lads do on a northern jolly, as I am to lads up and down the country who do the same in town centres on a Saturday night.
Sorry to hear that but I'm afraid you do.
By failing to condemn the thugs you are in fact supporting their cause.
 

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Considering South Yorkshire Police have come out and blamed trouble on both sets of fans, when will you be coming out and condemning yours?

Just wondering.
I can only say it as I saw it from my position in the West Stand and I didn't see any home fans trying to get at the Millwall fans.
I have no doubt that some Rotherham fans were in a group goading the away fans with songs adjacent to the away end.
It happens to us at most grounds we go to.
The difference is, that when we go 2 1 down we don't try and climb across two blocks of seats covered in netting, knocking stewards on minimum wage out of the way to try and get at the home fans.
If you think that's acceptable that's you business
 

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