David LivermoreDavid Livermore first came to The Den on loan from the youth ranks at Arsenal.
He signed professional contracts at Millwall in 1999 and would 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 Millwall 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 for his current role as the U18s coach working alongside Justin Skinner.