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Former manager also claims he was at Wimbledon for 10 years

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28-year-old could be only un-capped played named in squad

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Coach leaves position at League Two side Dagenham

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Millwall’s James Henry rounds Luton Town goalkeeper Mark Tyler to put his side into the lead at Kenilworth Road

Reality bites as Luton's thoughts turn to the fight for points at Macclesfield

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Luton Town 0 Millwall 3: Millwall make their League status tell in front of goal while gallant Hatters are left with happy memories and a sense of relief there was no repeat of crowd trouble

Kenny Jackett, the Millwall man, is the longest serving manager in the
Championship

Kenny Jackett happy with Millwall's 'professional job'

Millwall manager Kenny Jackett was pleased by the professional manner in which his progressed to the FA Cup quarter-finals at the expense of non-league Luton today.

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