Manager speaks ahead of crunch encounterIan Holloway believes that Millwall head into Saturday's final day relegation decider against Bournemouth (12.15pm) with a 'real sense of unity'.
Ollie's men know a win against The Cherries would guarantee Championship safety, and the manager hopes his side can get the necessary result in front of a bumper Den crowd.
"I'm disappointed the season is coming to an end," the boss says in Saturday's edition of The Lion. "I think we would continue to improve if we kept on playing.
"As it is we just have one more enormous match, and hopefully we can continue to show what we're about and get the job done in front of our fantastic supporters."
He adds: "I feel a real sense of unity at this club now. I know that everyone is right behind the team, and with one more big push we can turn what has been a dismal season into a successful one."
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