Date: 11th May 2015 at 7:18pm
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With Millwall announcing their retained list the other day, and news that skipper Alan Dunne would depart after 23 years with the club, a gutted Dunney thanked the club and the chairman for his time with us.

Speaking to the official site with the last of his 390 games for us under his belt, as well as 23 goals, he explained.

‘I want to say thank you to the fans, Chairman and the club and wish Neil Harris the very best of luck in the coming seasons. I hope to one day be back working with the young players to achieve their dreams. I am really heartbroken to be leaving Millwall. My dream was always to retire in a Millwall shirt but after 23 years my time has come to move on. I have achieved things I could only have dreamed of as a boy. To be part of two promotions, an FA Cup Final, Europe, winning Player of the Season, a testimonial and, of course, being made Captain and playing nearly 400 games, makes me very proud. There have been some truly great memories over the years.’

His last appearance for us came in the game against Wolverhampton Wanderers and the last of his goals in our one nil victory over Birmingham City back in February that put an end to a 47 year hoodoo at St Andrews.

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