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League One Side Millwall Gets Early Win In Fight To Save The Den

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 27 / 16

League One side Millwall "won a significant stage victory" in its attempt to "resist Lewisham council's compulsory purchase of land around The Den," a move the club believes will jeopardize its "future existence," according to Barney Ronay of the London GUARDIAN. The council’s scrutiny co...

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