Lions legend Neil Harris, the club's all-time top goalscorer, became Millwall manager on a permanent basis in May 2015 after a 10-game spell as interim boss following the departure of Ian Holloway.
Known as 'Chopper', he initially returned to Millwall as a coach ahead of the 2013/14 season after retiring from playing at the age of 35 Neil first moved to Millwall in 1998 from Cambridge City and, in his first full season at the club, was named Player of the Year.
In 2001 he was diagnosed with testicular cancer, but after surgery and an intensive treatment programme, he was given the all-clear a year later and resumed his playing career with The Lions.
Chopper found himself on loan at Cardiff City in 2004 before signing for Nottingham Forest later in the year. In total, the striker made 270 appearances for Millwall between 1998 and 2004, scoring a superb 98 goals.
He found his chances at the City Ground limited so spent part of the 2005/6 season on loan at Gillingham, before moving back to The Den in January 2007. Almost two years later to that day, Chopper surpassed Teddy Sheringham's all-time goalscoring record in a 3-2 win at Crewe Alexandra when he scored his 112th goal for the club.
In June 2011, after making a combined total of 432 appearances for Millwall and scoring 138 goals, Chopper moved to Southend United, where he remained for two injury-hit seasons before calling it a day on his playing career at the end of the 2012/13 season.
But he was back at The Den once again just weeks later as a coach, working with both the first team and the Development Squad.
Months later, Chopper, alongside Academy Director Scott Fitzgerald, led the first team on a caretaker basis for a brief spell between December 2013 and January 2014 before Holloway's arrival, after which Neil returned to his duties as U21s manager. He held that position for a further 16 months before taking over from Holloway as interim manager until the end of the 2014/15 campaign - impressing enough during that spell to earn the job on a permanent basis days after the season came to its conclusion.
Chopper's first full season in charge saw the young manager, like his team, grow in confidence and stature as the campaign went on. Seeing young prospects such as Mahlon Romeo and Ben Thompson blend so effortlessly into a senior side that, in the manager's words, he wanted to 'play the Millwall way', was one of many positives to take from a year that saw The Lions pipped for promotion with a Play-Off Final defeat at Wembley at the hands of Barnsley.
The foundations have, however, been firmly laid and hopes are high that the team can go one step further and return to the Championship at the end of the 2016/17 campaign.
David Livermore was appointed assistant manager to Neil Harris on a permanent basis in May 2015 after the pair impressed during a 10-game spell in interim charge of the first team at the tail end of the 2014/15 season.
David first came to The Den on loan from the youth ranks at Arsenal and signed a professional contract at Millwall in 1999 - going on to spend seven eventful years in South London, where his tough-tackling, no-nonsense performances would prove a hit with supporters.
He was part of the team that secured the Division Two Championship in 2001, and played at the Millenium Stadium, Cardiff, in Millwall's first ever FA Cup Final in 2004.
In 2006 he crowned his Millwall career when he was awarded the Player of the Season trophy by the supporters.
David also holds the unusual distinction of being the player to score the last ever Football League goal in the 20th century when his injury time winner secured three points for The Lions against Brentford in the 1999/2000 season.
David's playing days at Millwall came to an end in the summer of 2006 when he was snapped up by Leeds for £500,000. In a bizarre turn of events he would move on to Hull only two weeks later for the same figure.
His career would go on to include spells at Brighton & Hove Albion and Barnet, including loan periods at Luton and Oldham Athletic, and finally as a player/manager at Histon FC.
It was while at Histon in 2012 that Millwall came knocking again and David was recruited to work alongside Justin Skinner with the club's U18 side.
And after over two years in the Academy set-up, former team-mate Harris opted to promote David to the role of interim assistant manager of the first team - a position he has held since the start of the 2015/16 season.
Kevin Pressman was appointed Millwall's goalkeeping coach ahead of the 2012/13 season under then-manager Kenny Jackett.
He is best remembered for his time at Sheffield Wednesday where he made an incredible 480 appearances between November 1985 and July 2004 after rising through the ranks at the club. Pressman was widely considered to be one of the Premier League’s best goalkeepers during his long association with The Owls.
After leaving Hillsborough, Pressman went on to sign for Leeds United, Coventry City, Mansfield Town and, lastly, Portadown in Northern Ireland, before calling it a day on a superb playing career.
Pressman's first coaching role came as goalkeeping coach under Nigel Adkins at Scunthorpe United, before becoming Ian Baraclough's assistant with The Iron. He left the club in 2011, however, and moved to Bradford City as goalkeeping coach in August of the same year, before spending some time at Manchester City ahead of his appointment at The Den.
He has since worked with the club's goalkeepers, helping David Forde along the way to becoming the Republic of Ireland's number one, and Jordan Archer crown an impressive first season as a Lion by picking up the 2015/16 Player of the Year award.