Date: 2nd May 2014 at 8:55pm
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Manager Ian Holloway has said that he believes Millwall go into our final game of the campaign against Bournemouth with a ‘real sense of unity’ as we look to guarantee our survival this season.

Going into the game, we know victory will absolutely guarantee our Championship status for next season, so that exactly what we have to aim for, and for Holloway, he told the official site that this was what he was hoping he could give the expected bumper Den crowd.

‘I’m disappointed the season is coming to an end. I think we would continue to improve if we kept on playing. As it is, we just have one more enormous match, and hopefully we can continue to show what we’re about and get the job done in front of our fantastic supporters.’

Holloway goes on to say that compared to when he first came into the club, he feels that there is now a ‘real sense of unity’ amongst the players, and a desire to not only do well individually, but to do well for their colleagues and team mates and he hoping that this will prove to be enough for us to give ‘one more big push’ and turn a ‘dismal’ season into one that is a success given his immediate aim upon joining us.

At least it’s in our hands.

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