Note on page colours - in 1970-71
Millwall played in all white, with a change strip of all
red shirt and stockings with white shorts.
1970-71 Team Picture
left to right: Steve Brown, Bryan King, Brian Brown,
Barry Kitchener, Gordon Bolland, Alan Dorney, Dennis
Front Row: Mascot, Derek Possee, Doug Allder, Eamonn
Dunphy, Harry Cripps, Barry Bridges (bought from QPR)
'Football League Review, no.530.
included in the 1970-71 World of Soccer Stars Album
353. Barry Kitchener.
Born : Dagenham, 11
Barry holds Millwall's
record League appearances, see Club Apperances
354. Derek Possee.
Born : Southwark, 14
Further players included in the 1970-71 Rothmans Football
Manager: Benny Fenton
included in Rothmans, but in the picture above)
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players at the club in 70-71 season ...
Plaistow, 18 September, 1943.
League career: 1960-70 (Source: Apprentices) West
Ham United, Bighton and Hove
Albion (loan), Fulham Millwall, West Ham United.
(Moved to Woodford Town.) 95 games, 45 goals.
Hugman lists Brian as going to West Ham in 1970 from
Woodford Town, rather than Millwall
Ham United career details 1962-68, and 1970:
League 69 games 33 goals; FA Cup 7 games 2 goals;
League Cup 3 games 0 goals; Other 6 games 4
and Hove Albion loan in 66-67 season:(League
only) 7 games 5 goals.
career details 1968-69 season: (League only)13
games 7 goals.
career details 1969-70 season: 6 games 0 goals.
Millwall: Didn't play
- 6 October 1970 moved to West Ham on a free
West Ham United: League 4 games 0 goals; FA Cup 1
game 0 goals; League Cup 0 games 0 goals; Other 0
games 0 goals.
links see ...
Click to see Millwall 70-71
autographs at Lennart Kristiansson's site:
English Football League 70-71 Autographs
Millwall Football Club
See the old ground at The Den, Millwall Football Club
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Note(1): Birth information and League career
"The PFA Premier and Football League Players'
Edited and compiled by Barry J. Hugman. Lennard Queen
Anne Press, 1998.
season information from :
'Rothmans Football Yearbook 1970-71' 1st Year. Queen Anne
Press, London, 1970, and
'Rothmans Football Yearbook 1971-72' 2nd Year. Queen Anne
Press, London, 1971.
Dear, West Ham United statistics from 'The Definative
West Ham United F.C. A Complete Record' by John
Northcutt. See www.innotts.co.uk-soccer
(2): It seems a bit odd writing Millwall in white and
red, rather than white and blue, but this is more
authentic to the 1970-71 season, when Millwall played in
all white for a first team kit, and in red shirts, white
shorts and red socks as a second kit.