That old lion is once again showing it's teeth
We add another goal to our tally and that is six home wins on the bounceJordan Archer was called upon yet again when Oldham had a busy spell at the start of the second half and a combination of Archer's saves and Oldham's woeful finishing meant that it stayed 2-0 and it was the Lions that scored again when Webster scored his second when he got on the end of a Steve Morison headed ball. The Den was rocking and we raised the level further with a ear splitting roar and a ear splitting praise of Neil Harris.
And down to Kent we go. It's Gillingham away for the final gameWe finished strong and it's Gillingham away for the final game. Gillingham have dropped out of the Play-off's and are now in eighth spot and they must beat us and hope that other scores go their way. It would be the dogs if we could beat them and go into the play-off with an unbeaten momentum.
Millwall: Archer, Romeo, Martin, Beevers, Webster, Abdou, Thompson, Ferguson (0nyedinma 68m), Morison, O'Brien, Taylor (Philpot 86),
subs not used, Forde, Edwards, Craig, Upson, Twardek
Goals: Webster 4 and 54m, Ferguson 39m
Oldham: Coleman, Dieng (Winchester 55m), Wilson, Kelly, Croft (Jones 68m), Forte, Gerrard, Holmes-Dennis, Wilson, Main (Poleon 68m), Dummigan
subs not ued, Brown, Cornell, Cassidy, Mils
Supporters player of the yearMSC player of the year took place a few days back and Jordan Archer took the trophy. He has had a blinding season and for a young bloke setting out on his football career he seems to have maturity above his age and deserves the award. Lee Gregory was runner up who I must admit I thought would win it and Ben Thompson got third. There was no place for Steve Morison who has finished the season strong and has lead by example with his intelligence and his skill with the ball, perhaps next year for him.
2/5/16 Walsall won their game in hand today so we get knocked back down to fourth spot