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Millwall havent just snuck into the top 6 , they have f&^^&n steamrolled it in



LOVE IT

If the table was to stay like this we would have to be favourites to go up as well. We're certainly in the best form.


The Timmy effect :wink:


They were on the way up before he arrived.


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Bomber wrote:
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Millwall havent just snuck into the top 6 , they have f&^^&n steamrolled it in



LOVE IT

If the table was to stay like this we would have to be favourites to go up as well. We're certainly in the best form.


The Timmy effect :wink:


It started before he came but he has undoubtedly been an amazing positive influence on everyone at the club.

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Always happy to see a guaranteed 6 points arrive in the Premier League :wink:

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Nice One Cyril wrote:
Always happy to see a guaranteed 6 points arrive in the Premier League :wink:


Couldn't care less if we lost every game. IF we go up, it should be almost minimal spending, keep the same team, have a lot of fun, annoy the "modern premiership fan" and take the money that secures our future for a generation.

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God is an Englishman wrote:
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Always happy to see a guaranteed 6 points arrive in the Premier League :wink:


Couldn't care less if we lost every game. IF we go up, it should be almost minimal spending, keep the same team, have a lot of fun, annoy the "modern premiership fan" and take the money that secures our future for a generation.


I think you'd want to beat West Ham at least. On the park I mean.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Bomber wrote:
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Always happy to see a guaranteed 6 points arrive in the Premier League :wink:


Couldn't care less if we lost every game. IF we go up, it should be almost minimal spending, keep the same team, have a lot of fun, annoy the "modern premiership fan" and take the money that secures our future for a generation.


I think you'd want to beat West Ham at least. On the park I mean.


Hopefully they'll swap leagues :wink:

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Ruben Neves scores the goal of the season as Wolves dont need to get out of 1st gear to beat Derby :)
Win at home against Brum on Sunday and the inevitable promotion confirmed.

Good to see Wolves reserves ( Millwall) shaking things up.....

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OldGold wrote:

Good to see Wolves reserves ( Millwall) shaking things up.....


Nice bait - I wonder if you will get a bite :?:


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Bomber wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote:
Always happy to see a guaranteed 6 points arrive in the Premier League :wink:


Couldn't care less if we lost every game. IF we go up, it should be almost minimal spending, keep the same team, have a lot of fun, annoy the "modern premiership fan" and take the money that secures our future for a generation.


I think you'd want to beat West Ham at least. On the park I mean.


We might get them in the cup

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Ruben Neves scores the goal of the season as Wolves dont need to get out of 1st gear to beat Derby :)
Win at home against Brum on Sunday and the inevitable promotion confirmed.

Good to see Wolves reserves ( Millwall) shaking things up.....


Amusingly I think one of those "reserves" will get that goal of the season. Thanks for taking the points against derby, you northern monkeys will get promotion and hoping you take fulham with you.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Interesting article on the business model at Wolves.

https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/blog/20 ... lls-future


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ozzie owl wrote:
Interesting article on the business model at Wolves.

https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/blog/20 ... lls-future


It's hardly original, it's just like man city's. Spend cabernet loads of money and buy the championship.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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God is an Englishman wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Interesting article on the business model at Wolves.

https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/blog/20 ... lls-future


It's hardly original, it's just like man city's. Spend cabernet loads of money and buy the championship.


Except they haven't have they? I read a report into this a few months back and they're paying well below the market rates to the players apparently, one assumes with a bonus at the end, and I don't think they actually spent that much on transfers apart from Neves, the rest were mostly loans.

Didn't Leeds complain about them or something?

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Interesting article on the business model at Wolves.

https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/blog/20 ... lls-future


It's hardly original, it's just like man city's. Spend cabernet loads of money and buy the championship.


Except they haven't have they? I read a report into this a few months back and they're paying well below the market rates to the players apparently, one assumes with a bonus at the end, and I don't think they actually spent that much on transfers apart from Neves, the rest were mostly loans.

Didn't Leeds complain about them or something?


There is some suggestion that they are employing a new version of 3rd party ownership and getting players for below market value.

I heard something about Jorge Mendes being involved with the group that owns wolves and he is using his client list to manipulate the situation.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Interesting article on the business model at Wolves.

https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/blog/20 ... lls-future


It's hardly original, it's just like man city's. Spend cabernet loads of money and buy the championship.


Except they haven't have they? I read a report into this a few months back and they're paying well below the market rates to the players apparently, one assumes with a bonus at the end, and I don't think they actually spent that much on transfers apart from Neves, the rest were mostly loans.

Didn't Leeds complain about them or something?


Can't find the article now but pretty sure they were top of the transfer fees spent for the championship. They spent #16 Million on one player, Millwall spent *800,000 on their entire squad.

16 Million pounds on a player in the championship. :shock: Millwall could break their transfer record on 20 new players for that amount.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Can't find the article now but pretty sure they were top of the transfer fees spent for the championship. They spent #16 Million on one player, Millwall spent *800,000 on their entire squad.

16 Million pounds on a player in the championship. :shock: Millwall could break their transfer record on 20 new players for that amount.


$570 pounds? I have been really impressed with what Millwall have achieved this season considering the budget they have worked with. They must have done some smart transfers in this lot.

In Age Nat. Position Pos Market value From Transfer fee


George Saville 24 Northern Ireland Central Midfield CM 750 Th. € Wolverhampton Wanderers 570 Th. €

Tim Cahill 38 Australia Attacking Midfield AM 500 Th. € Melbourne City FC Free transfer
Tom Elliott 26 England Centre-Forward CF 150 Th. € AFC Wimbledon Free transfer
Conor McLaughlin 25 Northern Ireland Right-Back RB 400 Th. € Fleetwood Town Free transfer
Ryan Tunnicliffe 24 England Central Midfield CM 1,00 Mill. € Fulham FC Free transfer
Jason Shackell 34 England Centre-Back CB 1,50 Mill. € Derby County Loan
James Meredith 29 Australia Left-Back LB 500 Th. € Bradford City Free transfer
Jed Wallace 23 England Right Midfield RM 350 Th. € Wolverhampton Wanderers ?
Jake Cooper 22 England Centre-Back CB 350 Th. € Reading FC ?
Harry Toffolo 22 England Left-Back LB 250 Th. € Norwich City ?
Ben Marshall 26 England Right Midfield RM 1,75 Mill. € Wolverhampton Wanderers Loan
Harry Girling 19 England Keeper GK - Leatherhead FC End of loan
Noah Chesmain 20 England Left-Back LB - Boreham Wood FC End of loan
Christian Mbulu 20 England Centre-Back CB - Millwall U21 -
James Brown 20 England Right-Back RB - Carlisle United End of loan
Kris Twardek 21 Canada Left Midfield LM - Carlisle United End of loan
Sid Nelson 22 England Centre-Back CB 75 Th. € Yeovil Town End of loan
James Brown 19 England Right-Back RB - Millwall FC U18 -
Nadjim Abdou 33 Comoros Central Midfield CM 250 Th. € AFC Wimbledon End of loan
Harry Smith 22 England Centre-Forward CF 50 Th. € Swindon Town End of loan
Tom King 23 England Keeper GK 50 Th. € Stevenage FC End of loan
Jamie Philpot 21 England Centre-Forward CF 50 Th. € Woking FC End of loan
Kris Twardek 20 Canada Left Midfield LM - Millwall U21 -
David Martin 31 England Keeper GK 250 Th. € Without Club -
Sid Nelson 22 England Centre-Back CB 75 Th. € Chesterfield FC End of loan
Average age of arrivals: 24,2 Total market value arrivals: 8,30 Mill. € Expenditures: 570 Th. €

Out Age Nat. Position Pos Market value To Transfer fee
Jamie Philpot 20 England Centre-Forward CF 50 Th. € Woking FC Loan
Tom King 22 England Keeper GK 50 Th. € Stevenage FC Loan
David Worrall 27 England Right Midfield RM 150 Th. € Port Vale FC Free transfer
Noah Chesmain 20 England Left-Back LB - Boreham Wood FC Loan
Joe Martin 27 England Left-Back LB 200 Th. € Stevenage FC Free transfer
David Forde 37 Ireland Keeper GK 200 Th. € Cambridge United Free transfer
Sid Nelson 22 England Centre-Back CB 75 Th. € Chesterfield FC Loan
Sid Nelson 21 England Centre-Back CB 75 Th. € Yeovil Town Loan
Tony Craig 32 England Centre-Back CB 500 Th. € Bristol Rovers Free transfer
Calum Butcher 26 England Defensive Midfield DM 200 Th. € Mansfield Town Free transfer
Gregg Wylde 26 Scotland Left Midfield LM 350 Th. € Plymouth Argyle Free transfer
Alfie Pavey 21 England Centre-Forward CF 50 Th. € Unknown Free transfer
Harry Smith 22 England Centre-Forward CF 50 Th. € Swindon Town Loan
Shaun Cummings 28 Jamaica Right-Back RB 400 Th. € Rotherham United Free transfer
Kris Twardek 20 Canada Left Midfield LM - Carlisle United Loan
James Brown 19 England Right-Back RB - Carlisle United Loan
Kyron Farrell 19 Ireland Central Midfield CM - Concord Rangers Free transfer
Harry Girling 19 England Keeper GK - Leatherhead FC Loan
Nadjim Abdou 33 Comoros Central Midfield CM 350 Th. € AFC Wimbledon Loan
Jason Shackell 34 England Centre-Back CB 1,00 Mill. € Derby County End of loan
Ben Marshall 27 England Right Midfield RM 1,50 Mill. € Wolverhampton Wanderers End of loan
Average age of departures: 24,9 Total market value departures: 5,20 Mill. € Income: 0
Transfer results: -570 Th. €


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Always happy to see a guaranteed 6 points arrive in the Premier League :wink:


Couldn't care less if we lost every game. IF we go up, it should be almost minimal spending, keep the same team, have a lot of fun, annoy the "modern premiership fan" and take the money that secures our future for a generation.


Doesn't look like you'll even make the playoffs after the drubbing by Fulham.

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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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Always happy to see a guaranteed 6 points arrive in the Premier League :wink:


Couldn't care less if we lost every game. IF we go up, it should be almost minimal spending, keep the same team, have a lot of fun, annoy the "modern premiership fan" and take the money that secures our future for a generation.


Doesn't look like you'll even make the playoffs after the drubbing by Fulham.


Still in a play off spot

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Doesn't look like you'll even make the playoffs after the drubbing by Fulham.


Still in a play off spot


Pay attention, that's not what I said. I reckon Derby will overhaul you, maybe only on GD though.

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Doesn't look like you'll even make the playoffs after the drubbing by Fulham.


Still in a play off spot


Pay attention, that's not what I said. I reckon Derby will overhaul you, maybe only on GD though.


Pay attention, I never said you did say anything.

We have two tough games coming up, going to be a hard slog. Proud of our season, even if we lose them both.

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Timmy's been a naughty boy lately. Can't imagine why. :wink:

Lack of playing time might come back to haunt him come Russia though - guess it all depends on the coach.

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Timmy's been a naughty boy lately. Can't imagine why. :wink:

Lack of playing time might come back to haunt him come Russia though - guess it all depends on the coach.


Yet, the FA did nothing about the big Serbian guy they have up front.

Caholl's been pushing a line since he signed. Picked up a few bookings in the first few minutes of coming on.

Hopefully that wasn't his last time in a Millwall shirt.

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Bolton survived!
2 late goals provided the great escape!

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Bolton survived!
2 late goals provided the great escape!


Dodged a bullet there :arrow:


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Bolton survived!
2 late goals provided the great escape!


Dodged a bullet there :arrow:

That we did - next year we will struggle again but results like this are what makes football great (when it's in your favour)

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Ok Wolves and Cardiff go up.

Fulham V Derby
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Villa V Middlesbrough

Semi finals over 2 legs to book the third spot to go up.

Barnsley, Burton and Sunderland :shock: go down.

Special mention to Millwall for finishing 8th and just missing out on the top 6 after there promotion last year.

Oh and 30004 people :wink: attending the 2-0 win V QPR for the last Leeds home game for this year.


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Bolton survived!
2 late goals provided the great escape!


Dodged a bullet there :arrow:

That we did - next year we will struggle again but results like this are what makes football great (when it's in your favour)


It will probably make Bolton stronger so they don't get in the same situation next year.


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Ok Wolves and Cardiff go up.

Fulham V Derby
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Villa V Middlesbrough

Semi finals over 2 legs to book the third spot to go up.

Barnsley, Burton and Sunderland :shock: go down.

Special mention to Millwall for finishing 8th and just missing out on the top 6 after there promotion last year.

Oh and 30004 people :wink: attending the 2-0 win V QPR for the last Leeds home game for this year.



Not just 8th after promotion but also on one of the lowest budgets in the division. An amazing season.

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I prefer the Conference promotion playoff set up - one legged ties. That said, I'd rather no playoffs at all.

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