Who said what after Millwall's victory against Bury
Monday's media coverage, as always however, looked for a slightly different angle to that provided immediately after the game, so here are just a couple of reports looking back at a win that took The Lions up to seventh in the League One table.
Monday's Sun included the briefest of match reports, but did quote Millwall midfielder Ed Upson, who returned from injury at the weekend to make his first start since 3rd October:
Ed Upson admits his injury layoff was short and sweet, after SUGAR injections nursed him back early.
The Millwall midfielder faced two months out when he hurt his knee at the start of October.
But iron-man Upson missed just five weeks. And his tough-tackling display helped see off Bury.
Upson, 26, said: "It's not actual sugar, just sugar-based. Players aren't allowed too much sugar in our diets, so we have to inject it!
"I had three of them before I could train again."
Shaun Williams' strike sunk the Shakers and boss David Flitcroft moaned: "Our plan didn't happen and it didn't feel right."
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