Date:Saturday November 4 2006
Millwall chief executive Ken Brown has said that he doesn`t expect trouble between Millwall and Havant and Waterlooville fans(for the day). He told Portsmouth's local paper;
'I don't expect there to be any trouble at all. As a football club we have worked very hard to rid ourselves of an unpleasant reputation and have been successful.
'Several times this season we have had a Category A police-free presence at a match. That is the lowest you can get. Obviously we have a certain amount of baggage which people seize upon but it's historic baggage. It has nothing to do with the present.
'We took 24,500 to Old Trafford in 2004 for an FA Cup semi-final and had a wonderful time. We took 30,000 to the final in Cardiff and had a wonderful time and fans from both sides got on with each other.'
There will be a mixture of Hampshire and London police at the game. A police force will travel down on the train with the Millwall fans and they could be kept in after the game.
I can`t see how there won`t be trouble…
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