Oakwell, May 7, 12.45pm
OF the three teams promoted from League One last term, Millwall were rated the least likely to survive this season.
And while they will finish below Norwich and Leeds in the standings, their achievements this term have been huge.
A squad united under the leadership of Kenny Jackett have caused more than a few upsets this term, but have been genuine play off contenders for its majority.
Now attention turns to making sure this was not a one off effort.
MILLWALL may have finally found the man to end their 21–year spell outside the top flight.
Former Watford midfielder Kenny Jackett has improved the Lions year on year since he assumed control in 2007 and is now on the verge of a remarkable play–off appearance.
The 49-year-old is accustomed to winning promotion, having done so as assistant to Graham Taylor and Ian Holloway at Watford and QPR respectively, before solo success with Swansea and last year’s League One play–off triumph with the Lions.