2011–12 Millwall F.C. season

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Millwall
2011–12 season
Chairman John Berylson
Manager Kenny Jackett
Football League Championship 16th
FA Cup Fifth round
League Cup Third round
Top goalscorerLeague: Darius Henderson (15)
All: Darius Henderson (19)
Highest home attendance16,085 v Crystal Palace (31 December 2011)
Lowest home attendanceLeague: 9,062
v Doncaster Rovers (29 November 2011)
All: 3,443
v Morecambe (24 August 2011)
Average home league attendance11,486
  2010–11
2012–13  

The 2011–12 Football League Championship is Millwall's 85th season in the Football League and 37th in the second tier of English football. It is Millwall's second continuous season in the Championship, after promotion from League One in 2010. This season marks manager Kenny Jackett's fourth full season in charge of the club.

The 2011–12 Football League Championship was the eighth season of the league under its current title and nineteenth season under its current league division format.

Millwall F.C. English association football club

Millwall Football Club is a professional football club in Bermondsey, South East London, England. They compete in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football. Founded as Millwall Rovers in 1885, the club has retained its name despite having last played in the Millwall area of the Isle of Dogs in 1910. From then until 1993, the club played at what is now called The Old Den in New Cross, before moving to its current home stadium nearby, called The Den. The traditional club crest is a lion rampant, referred to in the team's nickname 'The Lions'. Millwall's traditional kit consists of blue shirts, white shorts, and blue socks.

Kenny Jackett Welsh association football player, coach and manager

Kenneth Francis Jackett is a former professional footballer and manager of Portsmouth in League One.

Contents

Season review

Results summary

OverallHomeAway
PldWDLGFGAGDPtsWDLGFGAGDWDLGFGAGD
461512195775 −18577792730 −385103045 −15

Last updated: 28 April 2012.
Source: The Football League

Result round by round

Round12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334353637383940414243444546
Ground A H H A H A H A A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A H A A H
ResultDWDLDLDLLLDDWWWLLDWLDLWLLLWLLDDLWLWLLWLDWWWWWD
Position114910111515202223212220161516182117191920202121212021212020191919191919191919191817171616
Updated to match(es) played on 29 April 2012. Source: The Football League
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss

Matches

Pre-season

The Championship

League Cup

FA Cup

Championship

Standings

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
14 Leeds United 461710196568361
15 Ipswich Town 461710196977861
16 Millwall 461512195557257
17 Crystal Palace 461317164651556
18 Peterborough United 4613112267771050
Updated to match(es) played on 28 April 2012. Source: BBC Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

Squad statistics

Appearances and goals

As of 29 April 2012
No.PosNatPlayerTotalChampionshipFA CupLeague Cup
AppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals
1 GK Flag of Ireland.svg David Forde 30027+003+000+00
2 DF Flag of Ireland.svg Alan Dunne 35025+503+002+00
3 DF Flag of England.svg Tony Craig 28021+202+003+00
5 DF Flag of England.svg Paul Robinson 44141+013+000+00
6 MF Flag of England.svg Liam Trotter 40633+255+010+00
7 FW Flag of England.svg Darius Henderson 341925+6153+040+00
8 MF Flag of Algeria.svg Hamer Bouazza 32319+721+202+11
9 FW Flag of England.svg John Marquis 2117+1011+003+00
10 FW Ulster Banner.svg Josh McQuoid 801+400+201+00
11 FW Flag of England.svg Shaun Batt 600+400+200+00
12 MF Flag of England.svg Chris Hackett 600+300+102+00
13 GK Flag of England.svg Ryan Allsop000+000+000+00
14 MF Flag of England.svg James Henry 45024+1503+101+10
15 MF Flag of England.svg Liam Feeney 39527+744+110+00
16 DF Flag of England.svg Scott Barron 28018+205+001+20
17 MF Flag of England.svg Tamika Mkandawire 15110+300+001+11
18 DF Flag of England.svg Darren Ward 36027+304+002+00
19 MF Flag of France.svg Therry Racon 100+000+001+00
20 FW Flag of Ireland.svg Andy Keogh 191017+1101+000+00
21 DF Flag of England.svg Jack Smith 39030+304+002+00
22 MF Flag of France.svg Dany N'Guessan 1936+911+112+01
23 GK Flag of England.svg Steve Mildenhall 1509+102+003+00
24 MF Flag of England.svg Nick Montgomery 200+200+000+00
25 MF Flag of England.svg Jake Gallagher000+000+000+00
26 MF Flag of the Comoros.svg Jimmy Abdou 45035+502+003+00
27 DF Flag of England.svg Nathan Baker 303+000+000+00
28 DF Flag of England.svg Connor McLaren000+000+000+00
29 DF Flag of England.svg Jordan Stewart 703+100+003+00
30 FW Flag of Ireland.svg Aiden O'Brien100+000+000+10
31 DF Flag of Australia (converted).svg Shane Lowry 23122+011+000+00
32 MF Flag of England.svg Ryan Mason 603+201+000+00
33 FW Flag of England.svg Tobi Alabi000+000+000+00
37 FW Flag of England.svg Harry Kane 27919+375+020+00
39 GK Ulster Banner.svg Maik Taylor 909+000+000+00
44 MF Flag of England.svg Josh Wright 21116+211+200+00
Players featured for club who have left:
FW Flag of Ghana.svg Patrick Agyemang 201+100+000+00
MF Flag of England.svg Brian Howard 909+000+000+00
DF Flag of England.svg Darren Purse 100+000+001+00
FW Flag of England.svg Jay Simpson 1147+340+001+00

Top scorers

PlacePositionNationalityNumberNameChampionshipFA CupLeague CupTotal
1FW Flag of England.svg 7 Darius Henderson 154019
2FW Flag of Ireland.svg 20 Andy Keogh 100010
3FW Flag of England.svg 37 Harry Kane 7209
=MF Flag of England.svg 6 Liam Trotter 6107
5MF Flag of England.svg 15 Liam Feeney 4105
6FW Flag of England.svg 20 Jay Simpson 4004
7MF Flag of Algeria.svg 8 Hamer Bouazza 2013
8MF Flag of France.svg 22 Dany N'Guessan 1113
9DF Flag of Australia (converted).svg 31 Shane Lowry 1001
=FW Flag of England.svg 9 John Marquis 1001
=FW Flag of England.svg 17 Tamika Mkandawire 0011
=DF Flag of England.svg 5 Paul Robinson 1001
=Own Goals1001
TOTALS539365

Disciplinary record

NumberNationalityPositionNameChampionshipFA CupLeague CupTotal
Yellow card.svgRed card.svgYellow card.svgRed card.svgYellow card.svgRed card.svgYellow card.svgRed card.svg
31 Flag of Australia (converted).svg DF Shane Lowry 71000071
2 Flag of England.svg DF Alan Dunne 41100051
14 Flag of England.svg MF James Henry 90000090
7 Flag of England.svg FW Darius Henderson 80000080
9 Flag of England.svg FW John Marquis 50001060
5 Flag of England.svg DF Paul Robinson 50001060
6 Flag of England.svg MF Liam Trotter 60000060
21 Flag of England.svg DF Jack Smith 40100050
26 Flag of the Comoros.svg MF Jimmy Abdou 20001030
16 Flag of England.svg DF Scott Barron 30000030
24 Flag of England.svg MF Brian Howard 30000030
44 Flag of England.svg MF Josh Wright 30000030
8 Flag of Algeria.svg MF Hamer Bouazza 10001020
15 Flag of England.svg MF Liam Feeney 10100020
1 Flag of Ireland.svg GK David Forde 20000020
29 Flag of England.svg DF Jordan Stewart 20000020
18 Flag of England.svg DF Darren Ward 20000020
3 Flag of England.svg DF Tony Craig 10000010
37 Flag of England.svg FW Harry Kane 10000010
20 Flag of Ireland.svg FW Andy Keogh 10000010
32 Flag of England.svg MF Ryan Mason 10000010
22 Flag of France.svg MF Dany N'Guessan 10000010
20 Flag of England.svg FW Jay Simpson 10000010
39 Ulster Banner.svg GK Maik Taylor 10000010
TOTALS7423030812

Squad

Detailed overview

No.NameNat.Place of birthDate of birthClub apps.Club goalsInt. capsInt. goalsPrevious clubDate joinedFee
1 David Forde Flag of Ireland.svg Galway 20 December 1979162020 Cardiff City 5 June 2008Free
2 Alan Dunne Flag of Ireland.svg Dublin 23 August 198225220--N/A1 June 2000Trainee
3 Tony Craig Flag of England.svg London 20 April 19852057-- Crystal Palace 11 July 2008Undisclosed
5 Paul Robinson Flag of England.svg London 7 January 198228722--N/A1 August 2001Trainee
6 Liam Trotter Flag of England.svg Ipswich 24 August 1988609-- Ipswich Town 24 June 2010Free
7 Darius Henderson Flag of England.svg Sutton 7 September 1981---- Sheffield United 29 June 2011Undisclosed
8 Hamer Bouazza Flag of Algeria.svg Évry Flag of France.svg 22 February 1985121152 Arles-Avignon 28 January 2011£87,000
9 John Marquis Flag of England.svg London 16 May 1992134--N/A1 August 2009Trainee
10 Josh McQuoid Ulster Banner.svg Southampton Flag of England.svg 15 December 198911130 Bournemouth 6 January 2011£515,000
11 Shaun Batt Flag of England.svg Luton 22 February 1987173-- Peterborough United 16 June 2010Undisclosed
12 Chris Hackett Flag of England.svg Oxford 1 March 19831396-- Heart of Midlothian 3 August 2006Free
14 James Henry Flag of England.svg Reading 10 June 19897313-- Reading 28 July 2010Undisclosed
16 Scott Barron Flag of England.svg Preston 2 September 19851043-- Ipswich Town 26 June 2007Free
17 Tamika Mkandawire Flag of England.svg Mzuzu Flag of Malawi.svg 28 May 1983381-- Leyton Orient 16 June 2010Free
18 Darren Ward Flag of England.svg London 13 September 19782326-- Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 January 2010Free
19 Therry Racon Flag of France.svg Villeneuve-Saint-Georges Flag of France.svg 1 May 1984--30 Charlton Athletic 1 July 2011Free
20 Andy Keogh Flag of Ireland.svg Dublin 16 May 1986--221 Wolverhampton Wanderers 31 January 2012Undisclosed
21 Jack Smith Flag of England.svg Hemel Hempstead 14 October 1983522-- Swindon Town 2 August 2009Undisclosed
22 Dany N'Guessan Flag of France.svg Ivry-sur-Seine 11 August 1987---- Leicester City 31 August 2011Free
23 Steve Mildenhall Flag of England.svg Swindon 13 May 1978---- Southend United 13 July 2010Free
24 Nick Montgomery Flag of England.svg Leeds 28 October 1981---- Sheffield United 19 March 2012Loan
26 Jimmy Abdou Flag of the Comoros.svg Martigues Flag of France.svg 13 July 1984132510 Plymouth Argyle 3 July 2008Free
29 Jordan Stewart Flag of England.svg Birmingham 3 March 1982---- Skoda Xanthi 7 July 2011Free
31 Shane Lowry Flag of Australia (converted).svg Perth 12 June 1989---- Aston Villa 27 January 2012Undisclosed
32 Ryan Mason Flag of England.svg London 13 June 1991---- Tottenham Hotspur 29 December 2011Loan
37 Harry Kane Flag of England.svg Walthamstow 28 July 1993---- Tottenham Hotspur 29 December 2011Loan
39 Maik Taylor Ulster Banner.svg Hildesheim Flag of Germany.svg 4 September 1971---- Leeds United 12 March 2012Loan
44 Josh Wright Flag of England.svg Tower Hamlets 6 November 1989---- Free Agent 15 November 2011Free

Contracts

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
Status
Contract length
Expiry date
Source
9 FW Flag of England.svg John Marquis 19Signed3 year2014 BBC Sport
30 FW Flag of Ireland.svg Aiden O'Brien17Signed3 year2014 Millwall FC

Last updated:

Transfers

Summer

In

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving from
Type
Transfer
window
Ends
Transfer
fee
Source
13 GK Flag of England.svg Allsop18EU West Bromwich Albion Bosman transferSummerUndisclosed Free BBC Sport
19 MF Flag of France.svg Racon 27EU Charlton Athletic Bosman transferSummer2013 Free Sky Sports
7 FW Flag of England.svg Henderson 29EU Sheffield United TransferSummer2013Undisclosed Sky Sports
29 DF Flag of England.svg Stewart 29EU Skoda Xanthi Flag of Greece.svg TransferSummer2012 Free Sky Sports
22 MF Flag of France.svg N'Guessan 23EU Leicester City LoanSummer20125 month loan BBC Football
15 MF Flag of England.svg Feeney 32EU Bournemouth TransferSummer2014Undisclosed BBC Football
22 MF Flag of France.svg N'Guessan 23EU Leicester City TransferSummer2014 Free BBC Football
20 FW Flag of England.svg Simpson 22EU Hull City LoanSummer20125 month loan Millwall FC
24 MF Flag of England.svg Howard 28EU Reading Loan20123 month loan BBC Sport
27 FW Flag of Ghana.svg Flag of England.svg Agyemang 31EU Queens Park Rangers Loan20111 month loan BBC Sport
44 MF Flag of England.svg Wright 22EUFreeFree Transfer2012 Free BBC Sport
37 FW Flag of England.svg Kane 18EU Tottenham Hotspur LoanWinter2012Season loan BBC Sport
32 MF Flag of England.svg Mason 20EU Tottenham Hotspur LoanWinter2012Season loan BBC Sport
31 DF Flag of Australia (converted).svg Lowry 22EU Aston Villa TransferWinter2014Undisclosed Yahoo
20 FW Flag of Ireland.svg Keogh 25EU Wolverhampton Wanderers TransferWinter2014Undisclosed BBC Sport
39 GK Ulster Banner.svg Taylor 40EU Leeds United Loan2012Season loan BBC Sport
24 MF Flag of England.svg Montgomery 30EU Sheffield United Loan2012Season loan SUFC Official Site

Out

N
P
Name
Country
Age
Type
Moving to
Transfer
window
Transfer
fee
Apps
Goals
Source
25 FW Robinson Flag of England.svg 22Bosman transfer Derby County SummerUndisclosed113 BBC Sport
13 GK Sullivan Flag of England.svg 23Transfer Charlton Athletic Summer Free 10 BBC Sport
20 FW Morison Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg
Flag of England.svg
27Transfer Norwich City SummerUndisclosed9040 BBC Sport
9 FW Harris Flag of England.svg 33Transfer Southend United Summer Free 426138 BBC Sport
19 FW Grimes Flag of England.svg 24Free transfer Rochdale Summer Free 302 BBC Sport
24 MF Laird Flag of Scotland.svg 25Transfer Leyton Orient SummerUndisclosed786 BBC Sport
4 DF Purse Flag of England.svg 34Free transfer Plymouth Argyle WinterUndisclosed141 PAFC Official Site

EU = if holds or not a European Union passport; Country: when 2 flags, 1st flag = country that plays for internationally, 2nd flag = country of birth; N = number on jersey; P = Position (for position name, pause mouse pointer on abbreviation); Name = Name on jersey (for more extensive name, pause mouse pointer on name); Age = age on the day of the signing; Moving from = only indicate the club the player was playing before start playing for this club in this season, for the type of the moving see Status column; Moving to = only indicates the club the player is going to play next, for the type of the moving see Status column; Ends = when the player's current contract ends; n/a = Not applicable.

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