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Scott Fitzgerald, Alan Hall and Kris Twardek on Lions Live

8 December 2016

Tune in this evening for a triple Thursday night treat

For many years now, the Millwall Academy has prided itself on providing a steady stream of accomplished and talented young players to compliment the senior ranks.

Nurturing and developing these nascent talents is no simple task, but Millwall Academy Director Scott Fitzgerald has been doing just that with a remarkable and consitent level of success. A former Lions player himself, Fitz will be in the Lions Live studio to discuss the challenges involved in turning out the soccer stars of tomorrow.

The two-hour show kicks off at 7pm and is brought to you direct from The Den.

Lewisham Council’s Overview and Scrutiny Committee will meet next week to discuss the latest developments in the ongoing legal battle over the regeneration of South Bermondsey. Tonight, the head of the Scrutiny Committee Alan Hall, will be in the studio to shed some light on the latest proceedings.

Tonight's third guest is a consumate example of those younger players who have made the leap from Academy to Senior status. Kris Twardek made his first-team debut against a West Brom U21s outfit in the Checkatrade Trophy back in August and played his first full 90 minutes in last night's Checkatrade clash against Wycombe Wanderers. The young Canadian will be talking about life in the senior ranks and his aspirations for the future.

With the cold winter months drawing in, an extra layer of clothing is always a blessing - even if it's only a T-Shirt! One such T-Shirt, kindly donated by the people behind the Millwall History Facebook page, will be on it's way to the winner of this week's competition.

If you have any questions for the show's three guests this evening, then please contact Lions Live in one of the following three ways:
1. Phone - 020 7237 9272
2. Text - 07895 022 325
3. Email - lionslive@hotmail.co.uk

Listen to the show here

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