All posts tagged with: David Forde

Carlisle v Portsmouth: Jones’ impact

Carlisle and Portsmouth are in the running for automatic promotion, as was to be expected after summers of heavy spending. Both have shown potential yet, unlike the relentlessly consistent top two, both also have the capacity implode in one or two games a month. The erratic nature of theirs and Luton’s form means third place… Read more →

Millwall Season Preview: Thompson’s tenacity

Simple tactics? Check. Fans on board? Check. Goalscorer? Check. Everything Millwall have lacked in recent seasons, they now have. Neil “Chopper” Harris has been true to his nickname in getting rid of the players not needed, creating a fresh, vibrant and tightly-knit squad. His latest challenge is to replace Mark Beevers, and find a system that helps the… Read more →

Millwall Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed Millwall supporter Andrew Strachan, ahead of the new season. You can follow him on Twitter @themaninblock11 Millwall suffered relegation last season, despite a reasonable improvement after Neil Harris took over from Ian Holloway. Had that change been made earlier, do you think you would have stayed up? Without a doubt. It’s… Read more →

Millwall Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed Millwall fan Andrew Strachan, ahead of the new season. You can follow him on Twitter @themaninblock11. Here, he discusses the remarkable late rise in form last season, the signing of unproven striker Lee Gregory, and argues that at the Den, Millwall have become the victims of overly-defiant referees. Despite looking doomed at… Read more →