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Ex-Lion Dave Cusack's birthday wish

20 May 2016

Former defender hoping for Millwall win before making Legends appearance on Monday

Former Lions defender Dave Cusack is hoping to celebrate his impending 60th birthday by cheering Millwall on to victory in this evening's Play-Off Semi-Final second leg against Bradford City.

And on Monday evening, he will marking the advent of his seventh decade by getting his boots on for the Millwall Legends as they take on Charlton at The Den (kick-off 7pm) in aid of Nicky Johns' Know the Score' Bowel Cancer charity.

Dave, who famously scored that vital penalty at Chesterfield in May 1983 to keep The Lions in Division Three on the last day of the season, is the latest name to be added to a Lions squad containing the likes of Alan Dunne, Gary Alexander, Matt Lawrence and Phil Walker.

If you are coming down to The Den tonight for the Bradford City match, why not pick up your tickets for Monday night's game at the same time.

Prices are £7 adults and £3 juveniles, and admission includes entry to the Executive Lounge bars before and after the match, where you will be able to rub shoulders with the former Millwall and Charlton stars. Included in the Addicks' ranks are Mike Flanagan, Derek Hales, Paul Walsh and Steve Gritt, who was Lions assistant boss during the 2001 promotion season.

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