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BREAKING SPORT

JOS Hooiveld didn't have to ask about Millwall when the option of signing for Ian Holloway came up.
That's because one of his best friends is a fan.
Old Kent Road-raised Kenny Pavey only played for the Lions' youth side, in the early 1990s.
But he has remained a fan all his life, and played alongside Hooiveld at Stockholm's AIK from 2009-10.
And the 31-year-old defender, who signed on loan from Southampton this afternoon, revealed: "Millwall came up and I knew a lot about the club.
"One of my best friends, Kenny Pavey, is a big Millwall fan. And I knew it would be a good place to come."
Pavey began his youth career at Athenlay before coming to Millwall.
He did not make a first-team appearance for the Lions before moving to Sittingbourne.
A transfer to top-flight Aston Villa fell through over the fee, but he moved to Sweden to play for second-tier side Ljungskile SK before earning his move to AIK.
He won an unprecedented league and cup double... read on

JOS Hooiveld didn't have to ask about Millwall when the option of signing for Ian Holloway came up.
That's because one of his best friends is a f... read on
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MAROUANE Chamakh returned from injury in style - scoring twice as Crystal Palace kept up their perfect record ... read on
MILLWALL legend Gary Alexander and assistant manager Marc Bircham will be talking about why the club is so important to them on Lions Live tonight. read on
PAUL Robinson was having to think of alternative careers to football in January 2003.
The centre-back had been on loan at Fisher, playing under a... read on

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