Former Millwall keeper joins current defender on tonight's programmeBradford City fans may have been bemused by the broad scouse accent emanating from the towering figure in the away stand, screaming his encouragement, as Millwall took to the field last Sunday. But to regular away supporters, the man they affectionately refer to as "Denzil" has become a frequent sight in the away stands whenever The Lions travel north.
Keeper Tony Warner spent five seasons at Millwall, earning himself a Player of the Year award, and an FA Cup Runners-up medal. Despite missing the final through injury, manager Dennis Wise had insisted that he was presented with a medal.
The genial Liverpudlian will be joining the Lions Live team tonight (7 - 9pm) to chew over a few Millwall memories and look ahead to Friday's Play-Off Semi-Final second leg.
Also on the programme tonight is a man who conceded the penalty which put Millwall behind early on in Sunday's clash, but then exquisitely curled a free-kick home to give The Lions a two-goal cushion and put the gloss on a memorable first-half performance. Joe Martin will joining the Lions Live team to re-live that champagne moment and look ahead to Friday's game.
Both Tony and Joe will be open to questions, so have your phones to hand.
The phrase 'No-one likes us we, we don't care' is not just a popular Millwall chant, it's also an enthralling bedside read and author Andrew Wood's book is the prize in this week's competition.
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