Shaun Hutchinson joined Millwall in 2016 after his contract with Fulham came to an end.
Shaun began his career with Motherwell, making his debut in 2009, and featured a further 140 times. During his time with the Scottish club he picked up experience of playing in the Europa League and Champions League qualification stages.
The centre-back, who was born in Newcastle, joined Fulham in 2014, making 31 appearances in his first season at Craven Cottage. His opportunities were more limited in 2015/16, though, when he featured 11 times, prompting his decision to depart and join Millwall.
Shaun appeared in all 46 Sky Bet Championship games for The Lions in 2017/18, scoring twice. He and James Meredith were the only players to achieve the feat of appearing in every league match during the campaign.
Following into the 2018/19 term, Shaun suffered with occasional injuries, making 26 appearances and scoring one goal - also regularly captaining the side in the early months of the season.
The defender's goal return was improved in 2019/20, as Hutchinson scored six times in 38 appearances, including a vital winner in a rain-soaked 1-0 victory at Preston North End.
Hutchinson missed part of 2021/22 through injury, but still managed to make 32 appearances in a side which just missed out on a place in the Championship Play-Offs.
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