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Dockers' Day discussions on Lions Live

7 April 2016

Millwall historian Chris Bethell, docker Brian Grover, plus striker Lee Gregory on Lions Live

Genial historian Chris Bethell is not only a Millwall know-it-all -he's also a Millwall know-them-all. His address book is the stuff of legend, talked about in hushed whispers by Millwall aficionados, marvelling at his associations with the great and the good in the Millwall pantheon.

And Chris will be flourishing his address book once again as Millwall raise the curtain on yet another Dockers' Day on Saturday, when the club pays tribute to former teams who who have worn the Lion's shirt with distinction.

Chris has been the driving force behind Millwall Dockers' Day since it's inception in 2006 and will be working away tirelessly behind the scenes before the Shrewsbury game, when the 1991 FA Youth Cup winning team are invited back to The Den to celebrate another treasured moment in the club's history.

But before that Chris will be in the Lions Live studio, along with docker Brian Grover, to talk about Saturday's celebrations.

Second on tonight's programme is a striker looking to stamp his own identity on the Millwall history pages. Lee Gregory is mining an impressive vein of form this season after knocking in his 23rd goal of the campaign against Burton Albion. He'll be joining the Lions Live team tonight to discuss his season so far.

Chris, Brian and Lee will all be open to questions so have your phones at the ready.

Voting is still open for the Lions Live Player of the Month for April until 5pm this evening, so click here to cast your vote. The winner will receive two tickets for Saturday's game with the added bonus of presenting the trophy to the winning player on the pitch before kick-off.

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