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21 September 2012

Plenty to read in Saturday's matchday programme

Saturday sees Brighton & Hove Albion visit The Den in Millwall's second home game of the week, and in our latest edition of the matchday programme Darius Henderson is under the spotlight for our exclusive player feature.
Darius, who made a telling contribution to The Lions Championship survival last term, talks openly about his targets for the season and his performances so far.
"I definitely want to break the 20-goal barrier. I'm always looking for improvement so why not? There is pressure to score goals and to get more than you've previously done but I enjoy that.
Looking back (over the first few games), I've had quite a few chances but it is what it is. As a striker you always want to score more goals than you already have but overall I think I've done reasonably well."
The former Watford man goes on to stress the importance of making The Den a fortress this season, and is well aware of how and where that is made possible.
"We witnessed the crowd at Hillsborough earlier in the season and what an incredible atmosphere they created. We were 2-1 up but they kept behind their team and helped them to claw their way back into the game.
The team has a duty and a need to generate a reaction from the fans. In terms of making The Den a fortress we need to play well to start off a response from the supporters. It's an all-round group effort."
On top of our interview with the Lions striker, look out for our second Facebook Q&A feature, this time with Alan Dunne. The defender reveals all on who his best mate at the club is, his favourite ever game at The Den and the person he's most enjoyed sharing coach journeys with.
Steve Mildenhall, who continues to combine professional football with a part-time media course, provides the first ever 'Steve Says' column, where he tackles Financial Fair Play and what it means to Millwall; an intriguing read.
For all of the above and much, much more, don't forget to pick up your copy of the matchday programme for just £3.

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