He made his debut with the Northern Ireland national team on February 9, 2011, coming from the bench in a 3-0 loss to Scotland. , Thames Ironworks was disbanded in June 1900 owing to disputes over the running of the club.  On 24 August 2017, a Nottingham Forest fan Paul O'Donnell died, following an attack by Millwall fan Andrew Lewis after O'Donnell had said "West Ham" to Lewis. Open Account Offer  He won the 1957–58 Second Division championship, assuring top-flight football for the Hammers for the first time since 1932.  His brother Benny Fenton started his career as a player at West Ham in 1937, before moving to Millwall in 1939. Free bet terms, payment method & country restrictions apply. As of the 2020–21 season, West Ham play in the Premier League and Millwall play in the Championship, the tier below. Millwall's Gary Rowett: "We're not an easy team to play against, we know how to compete and make it difficult for teams. Violence also broke out between the opposing fans. First derby since. Millwall are not regarded as good travellers, meaning that they should be happy with one point from the Aesseal New York Stadium clash. , Players who have played for both teams.
 During this period Millwall were unbeaten in 12 consecutive games against West Ham, with nine wins and three draws over two years. The beginning extensively features the rivalry and the stabbing of a Millwall supporter before the 2009 Upton Park riot game. After Donachie was fired in 2007, he continued on as chief scout until 2009.  Neil Harris had given Millwall the lead, but a goal from Junior Stanislas three minutes from the final whistle forced the game into extra-time. Min deposit £10, Max stake £10, Min Odds 1/1 (2.0).  On 17 September 1932, West Ham beat Millwall 3–0 at Upton Park in the Second Division, two goals being scored by Vic Watson and one by Jackie Morton. The rivalry had soured, mutated. Australia international Tim Cahill is considered one of the most notable footballers who whore Millwall shirt (1998-2004). , A number of friendlies and non-competitive derbies took place during the First and Second World Wars.
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 Paul Ince scored the only goal at The Den on 3 December 1988, as West Ham won the game 1–0. Five other contests in 1900, 1902, 1919, 1926 and 1929 were played, abandoned and not completed due to fog and bad light. Most recently in the 2009 Upton Park riot, widespread disorder between supporters in and around West Ham's Upton Park ground led to numerous injuries and a Millwall fan being stabbed before the match began.  The Football Association brought misconduct charges against both clubs. Play for free, entries by 3pm Saturday. This is the first and only time either side has completed a Football League double over the other. Despite being born in England, Adam Thompson decided to represent Northern Ireland in international matches. Based in Bermonsdey, South East London, Millwall are a football club whose supporters have often been associated with hooliganism. " In 1910 Millwall decided to drop Athletic from their name and move out of East London. Marlon Harewood scored the West Ham goal.  Others were stretchered off following heavy tackles. The Metropolitan Police took preventive measures against any trouble occurring, demanding the game at Rush Green kick-off at 12pm and be played behind closed doors. Millwall moved to The Den in Bermondsey in 1993 and West Ham to the London Stadium in Stratford in 2016. It was the featured Sunday game on The London Match, an LWT sports show.  The club's nickname is The Hammers, owing to their Ironworks origins. "We had a really good start and it was a well-worked goal.  Grant was sacked after the game. His intensity in the press was much better today, so I'm very pleased with that.  In 1926 a general strike was observed by workers around the Royal Docks, the majority of whom were West Ham supporters. Based in Bermonsdey, South East London, Millwall are a football club whose supporters have often been associated with hooliganism. You read correctly. Min odds 1/2 (1.5).  On 4 October 1986, over seven years since the clubs last played each other, 19 year-old West Ham fan Terry Burns was stabbed to death by a group of Millwall supporters on Villiers Street, next to Embankment tube station. West Ham United are considered the club’s biggest rivals and there have always been fireworks in clashes between the two teams. And after the 24-year-old flashed wide on the half volley, he rolled home casually from the spot after being upended by Shaun Hutchinson.  During these years, the Hammers enjoyed considerable success, winning the FA Cup in 1964, 1975 and 1980.  Millwall vs West Ham: il derby della working class londinese (English, The London Working Class Derby) is a 2014 Italian book on the rivalry by Luca Manes.  Their relegation meant they met the Lions in the 2011–12 Football League Championship. Jansson's garish footwear left him unmissable as his error helped Millwall take the early lead. He resigned in August 1994. Millwall finished 10th, the highest league finish in their history. The Millers aim to keep on winning, but the game against Millwall will be anything but a walk in the park for them. Highlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Millwall and Brentford. Money back as bonus if first bet loses.  He was one of 20 people injured. The police cut the number of tickets given to travelling Millwall fans from 3,000 to 1,500, sparking anger among supporters; Millwall warned police of a higher probability of trouble. They last played against each other in the 2011–12 Championship.  Lions fan Alan Baker was stabbed outside the ground and suffered a punctured lung, but made a full recovery. Violence has occurred sporadically between the fans, resulting in the death of a Millwall supporter in 1976, and the murder of a West Ham fan in 1986. , On 27 December 1938, 42,200 spectators at Upton Park saw a Second Division game between the sides end 0–0. The Lions won the game 5–1, with their Welsh international striker Wally Davis scoring a hat-trick.  Bonds, from south London, had several family members who were Millwall fans; a fact which meant some supporters felt he should be given a chance. The police shut down the screening with 10 minutes of the game remaining to be played. Thompson started his youth career at Watford and after making 14 appearances for the Hornets at senior level, he moved to Southend United, signing a permanent deal with the club in January, 2014. In the last two games between the sides in the 2011–12 season, the Metropolitan Police implemented London-wide operations to ensure the games were trouble-free. The two sides did not play each other competitively between 13 October 1959 and 7 October 1978, making the 1960s the only decade the teams have not met. 18+ New UK+IRE customers. " Millwall fans waited patiently for two years for revenge, until West Ham were relegated to the Second Division. Millwall 12 games unbeaten (their longest streak). at 15:00. It's like they're looking at a mirror image of themselves.  They played two cup games against each other in the Southern Professional Floodlit Cup in 1959 and the Full Members Cup in 1987.  After he retired as a footballer, he moved into management, managing Millwall from 1966–74.  Between 1939 and 1946 the two clubs played non-competitive fixtures in the League South (A) Division, South Regional League, London League, Football League South and the Football League War Cup. The following month it was relaunched as West Ham United.
First meeting of the teams in the top division of English football. The following bookmakers offer an impressive welcome bonus for new players from United Kingdom: Born in Harlow, England on September 28, 1992, Adam Thompson is a defender who plays for Bury in League One. Both sides have relocated since, but remain just under four miles apart.  The Den was severely damaged by a German bomb in 1943, and for a brief time Millwall were invited by their neighbours Charlton Athletic, Crystal Palace and West Ham to play their games at The Valley, Selhurst Park and Upton Park.  Ten years later, Thames Ironworks Football Club was formed by Dave Taylor, a foreman at Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, London's last major shipbuilding firm. Copyright © 2020 - Contact - Suggested Sites, For help, support and advice about problem gambling please contact the National Gambling Helpline on. Call 08081699314 to claim. Millwall and West Ham have played each other 99 times competitively: Millwall have won 38, West Ham 34 and 27 have ended in a draw.
Free bets valid for 4 days on sports, stake not returned, restrictions apply. The rivalry between the teams is deeply embedded in British football hooliganism lore and culture, and has been depicted in books and films that focus specifically on the animosity between the clubs' two hooligan firms, the Inter City Firm and the Millwall Bushwackers. Neteller and Skrill excluded. , Football hooliganism reached its height in the 1970s and 80s.  Four years later, a Millwall supporter, Ian Pratt, died at New Cross railway station after falling out of a train during a fight with some West Ham fans. I'm pleased with the start to the season. He was in charge of West Ham from February 1990 to August 1994, managing the club for 227 games as the team yo-yoed between the First and Second divisions.  After the incident West Ham hooligans constructed the chant, "West Ham boys, we've got brains, we throw Millwall under trains. Millwall fans celebrate an equalising goal in the last game between the sides at Upton Park in 2012.  The teams' second competitive meeting was a Southern League match that spanned two centuries.
It moved four miles to The Den, in New Cross, South London.
, —Michael Calvin, from his book Family: Life, Death and Football, After the Second World War Millwall's form was poor and the club dropped into the Third and Fourth Division of the Football League.  With each set of players and supporters working for opposing firms, competing for the same contracts, rivalries developed. In 1910, Millwall moved across the River Thames to New Cross in South London and the teams were no longer East London neighbours. On 17 September 2011, their first league meeting for seven years ended in a 0–0 draw at The Den. The game ended in a 2–2 draw.
 On 15 February 1930, West Ham won the Fifth Round FA Cup game 4–1 at Upton Park; Vic Watson scored two goals, and Viv Gibbins and Tommy Yews one each.  The police concluded that the violence, because of its large scale, was organised beforehand.
 On 9 March 1912, 28,400 supporters saw West Ham's first visit to The Den.
Striker Toney walked three steps to the spot and rolled into the net, to get off the mark for his Brentford career and steer the Bees to a draw at The Den. A fixture at the Memorial Grounds on 23 December 1899 was abandoned after 69 minutes owing to smog, with Millwall leading 2–0. Millwall's Gary Rowett: "We're not an easy team to play against, we know how to compete and make it difficult for teams. Last year we finished just outside the top six with a poor start to the season, so this is encouraging.
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