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The appointment of Steve Lomas, our ex-midfielder, has caused quite a storm down at the New Den!

It would appear that the natives are not too pleased at having an ex-Hammer in charge.

Well Lomas is keen to make a good impression with the natives and has already moved into the transfer market to see if Millwall can improve on their dismal performance last season.

Lomas has recruited Steven Bywater and is now looking at taking Matthew Etherington to South-East London.

Can anyone see where this article is leading yet?

I can`t help wondering if the locals will accept further West Ham infiltration as it now looks as if the New Den is fast becoming an ex-Hammers retirement home!



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Writer:Rossy
Date:Thursday June 27 2013
Time: 4:36PM

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as bad as being a spurs feeder club i guess....
millwall_of_0z
27/06/2013 16:57:00
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Mill wall of oz I'm offended by that, I wouldn't take a single wed ham player, and besides we're known as bale fc or Real Madrid feeder club pending on where Gareth is plying his trade next season
spurticus87
27/06/2013 17:28:00
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