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After a shaky start Reading proved too much for the Lions, although the Lions were ahead 14 minutes in, with a good bit off ball work up to Harry Kane, his flick allowed Keogh to break the offside trap and with a neat finish through Federici’s legs gave Millwall the lead just under 15 minutes. Then in stoppage time a messy bit of defending gave Reading a corner with 1 minute left of the first half, this allowed Robson-Kanu to pounce on a mistake by the Lions keeper Forde with a top corner volley to …

It’s time for me to write yet another preview of Leicester City’s 2011/2012 opponents, in this feature I focus on London based side Millwall. Millwall had a season to remember in 10/11 as the fans watched their club battle to a commendable 9th place finish, as the side that play their games at the New Den were under estimated at the start of the campaign. This is a brand new season however, can Kenny Jackett’s side show the form which warranted them with a top half finish, or will last season’s …

Millwall Fans? Nothing But A Bunch Of Pansies!

Almost 3,000 miles away from Britain, a vast city lays engulfed by the snow-capped Alborz Mountains. Home to one of football’s fiercest rivalries, Tehran is widely headlined as a city embroiled in debates over nuclear armament and terrorism. Liberal values are denounced, and alcohol is illegal. The nightclubbing section of the Lonely Planet guidebook reads as just two words; ‘Dream on.’ But beyond all of the diplomatic issues, there is something that matters much, much more to Iranian citizens. Football.
The Persian League is host to eighteen clubs, but sixteen of …