Next up – Sevilla

Next Up Sevilla – 22 February 2017

Head Coach      Jorge Sampaoli  

Founded       1890            Ground      Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán  

Address       Seville, Andalusia, Spain

Capacity        45,500      


1          Spain                GK       Sergio Rico

2          France               DF        Benoît Trémoulinas

3          Brazil                DF        Mariano

4          Argentina          MF       Matías Kranevitter (on loan from Atlético Madrid)

5          France               DF        Clément Lenglet

6          Portugal            DF        Daniel Carriço (vice-captain)

7          Denmark           MF       Michael Krohn-Dehli

8          Spain                MF       Vicente Iborra (captain)

9          Argentina          FW       Luciano Vietto (on loan from Atlético Madrid)

10         France               MF       Samir Nasri (on loan from Manchester City)

11         Argentina          MF       Joaquín Correa

12         France               FW       Wissam Ben Yedder

13         Spain                GK       David Soria

14         Argentina          MF       Walter Montoya

15         France               MF       Steven N'Zonzi

16         Montenegro       FW       Stevan Jovetić (on loan from Internazionale)

17         Spain                MF       Pablo Sarabia

18         Spain                DF        Sergio Escudero

19         Brazil                MF       Paulo Henrique Ganso

20         Spain                MF       Vitolo

21         Argentina          DF        Nicolás Pareja (3rd captain)

22         Italy                  MF       Franco Vázquez

23         France               DF        Adil Rami

24         Argentina          DF        Gabriel Mercado

We have tried our best to ensure factual accuracy at the date of going to press – apologies in advance for any errors or out of date information.

For the very latest updates please follow the link below to the club web site:


Oppos Viewpoint – Millwall

A bit about you:


Current home town: Amersham Buckinghamshire


How long have you supported your team? : 55 YEARS

Overview of your club:

Favourite thing about your home ground: night games at the DEN

Favourite match played by your team & why: When little old Millwall were promoted to Division One we went up to Anfield ready to be slaughtered according to the media. Then Sherringham slipped it to Stephenson who blasted it in to go 1-0 up at Liverpool … Millwall had arrived!

Favourite player of all time who played for your club: Bryan King Goalkeeper closely followed by Keith Weller

About our forthcoming match against you:

Your favourite current player in your squad and why?  Steve Morison : He took over the captaincy when Tony Craig was injured in Oct 15 with the team was near the bottom of the league and we went on to end up in the play off final only for Tony Craig to Take over as captain again in the final. Despite that he has come back this season and worked his socks off

Player in your squad we should most fear and why? Fred Onyedinma: He has pace to burn and has got much stronger, if he adds an end product to his game he will lethal.

Player in our squad you most fear and why?  No idea I never watch the Premier League

Up and coming prospect in your squad?  Tom King he looked really good goalkeeper in the Checkatrade Trophy Game at Luton

Where do you think you’ll finish this season? 6th and 6th place have a knack of winning play offs as well!

How do you think you’ll do against us? Depends which team you send out. Although I thought we had no chance against Bournemouth and Watford (who only managed one shot on target) so if we score first you might be in for a hard afternoon. Push me for a forecast: head 1-1 heart 2-1

Who do you think will win the FA Cup?  Manchester United

Any other comments? It is a real shame that the premier league clubs are not taking the FA Cup seriously but at least it has helped the likes of Millwall fill up the coffers and get some morale boosting wins under our belt



Next Up – Millwall

Next Up Millwall – 18 February 2017

Manager        Neil Harris

Founded       1885            Ground         The Den

Address       Bermondsey London SE16

Capacity        20,146  


1          Scotland                      GK      Jordan Archer

2          Jamaica                        DF       Shaun Cummings

3          England                       DF       Joe Martin

4          England                       DF       Shaun Hutchinson

5          England                       DF       Tony Craig (captain)

6          Republic of Ireland       MF      Shaun Williams

7          England                       MF      David Worrall

8          England                       MF      Ben Thompson

9          England                       FW      Lee Gregory

10        England                       MF      Fred Onyedinma

12        Antigua and Barbuda    DF       Mahlon Romeo

14        England                       MF      Jed Wallace (on loan from Wolves)

16        England                       MF      Calum Butcher

17        England                       DF       Byron Webster

18        Northern Ireland           MF      Shane Ferguson

20        Wales                          FW      Steve Morison (vice captain)

22        Republic of Ireland       FW      Aiden O'Brien

24        England                       DF       Jake Cooper (on loan from Reading)

25        England                       DF       Christian Mbulu

26        Comoros                      MF      Nadjim Abdou

28        England                       FW      Jamie Philpot

30        England                       FW      Harry Smith

31        England                       GK      Tom King

33        England                       DF       Noah Chesmain

We have tried our best to ensure factual accuracy at the date of going to press – apologies in advance for any errors or out of date information.

For the very latest updates please follow the link below to the club web site


Going to Millwall ?


Directions SE16 3LN

From North
Follow City signs from A1/M1, then signs for Shoreditch and Whitechapel. Follow Ring Road signs for Dover, cross over Tower Bridge and after one
mile take first exit at the roundabout onto A2. From Elephant & Castle take A2 (New Kent Road) into Old Kent Road and turn left after four miles at
The Gem Bar into Ilderton Road to Zampa Road.

From South
Take A20 and A21 following signs to London. At New Cross follow signs for Surrey Quays into Kender Street, turn left into Old Kent Road then right
at the turning signposted "car pound" into Ilderton Road. Zampa Road (SE16 3LN) is the seventh turning on the right.

From East
Take A2 to New Cross (then as south).

From West
From M4 and M3 follow South Circular (A205) then follow signs for Clapham, City (A3), then Camberwell to New Cross and then as from the South.

Parking is mostly street parking


If travelling by train then it is probably best to grab a beer around London Bridge before moving onto the stadium.
The Shipwright Arms on Tooley Street, near London Bridge is recommended-come out of London Bridge tube station, turn right and its only 200yds down the road on your right hand side. A lovely little pub which also serves food.
On the Borough High Street by London Bridge is the CAMRA Beer Guide listed Barrow Boy & Baker, which is a Fullers pub. Further down the High Street is the Borough Market with the Market Porter pub.

By Train

It is probably best to go by rail, as South Bermondsey Railway Station is only a few minutes walk from the ground. There is a direct walkway specifically built for away fans which takes you directly to the away end and back to the station afterwards. This has made the Police's job of keeping rival supporters apart so much more manageable. There are two tube stations that are about 15-20 minutes walk away from the ground- New Cross & New Cross Gate.

Trains take approx 2 hours 30 mins super off-peak return £68.00 with a travel card , but advance singles may be cheaper

All information is provided in good faith but the Foxes Trust cannot be held responsible for any errors.

Thanks to the Football Ground Guide and Millwall FC.