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League Championship Side Millwall Considering Move Away From The Den

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 14 / 17

League Championship side Millwall Chair John Berylson is giving "full consideration" to moving the club away from Lewisham, according to the BBC. The club is involved in a "long-running dispute with the local council over a compulsory purchase order" for land around The Den. Berylson said, "We have ...

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