Skip to main content Skip to site footer
Club News

Holloway: I may have to go with 'Plan B'

21 November 2014

A win over Charlton would make a huge difference, says Ollie

Millwall boss Ian Holloway is keeping his cards close to his chest ahead of Saturday's London derby against Charlton Athletic at The Valley.

Nicky Bailey (calf), Andy Wilkinson (suspended), Carlos Edwards (knee) are all definitely out of the game, whilst several other key first team players have received treatment on injuries over the course of the international break.

That said, however, midfielder Angel is pushing for inclusion in the squad for the first time, handing Ollie a timely boost.

"The good news is I've got people who are fit again now and could come back in," he told Lions Player.

"I might have to go with Plan B and if I have to go with Plan B I would be more than happy with it. It's about getting that game plan into everybody.

"We need some points. They (Charlton) have had a good start and are doing well with their strikers scoring. He (Bob Peeters) will be happier with things than I am at the moment."

Ollie added: "The lads know what we've been doing well and what we've not been doing well. We've been practising and working on it.

"I'm really looking forward to it. Three points would make a huge difference to us.

"What I want to do is give them (the fans) the best team we have ever had. I'm not doing it yet but we're trying and working at it."

A full pre-match interview with the manager can be seen on Lions Player

Advertisement block