The No One Likes Us Talkin' Team - broadcasting to Millwall fans around the world
"My experience of broadcasting started 40 years ago as a DJ. It was natural that I did this as I loved music so much from the age of seven. After 45 years of watching ‘Wall, I have a great pedigree of experience, which includes talking about the good and the bad things. Being a Peckham boy it was never a choice about who I followed. It was accepted and I remain true to the cause 45 years on.
My favourite player at the moment is Jake Cooper and my greatest player from the past is Trevor Lee. I live and work in London, putting your tax money to good effect."
"My experience in broadcasting started many years ago with Radio Free Europe - and a few other places along the way – and continues today with No One Likes Us Talkin! I was introduced to NOLUT by the George Lampey Recruitment Agency and I like talking Millwall and enjoy the banter with the rest of the team. I also enjoy supporting the marketing side of the show.
My family originally came from Scotland and Ireland, and Millwall has been a family tradition since my Scottish great, great grandfather arrived in Stepney as a migrant worker and then moved to Bermondsey in the late 1800s. My uncle John took me to my first game, against Rochdale in 1965 and my kids and my only grand-child now follow Millwall too. If you wear the Millwall shirt you are great. In the current team I really rate James Meredith - he is just so consistent. As for the greatest player I've seen in a Millwall shirt, well there are two. Harry Cripps for his passion and Teddy Sheringham for his skill.
I now live in Surrey. I am an Aquarian and naturally became a water carrier for many years - but not now."
"My broadcasting experience started with Lions Live ten years ago when I wanted to have a show just for Millwall fans so they could hear all the latest news, listen to Lions favourites and be able to interact with the fan base. I have a good understanding of Millwall supporters and I have a real appreciation of the club’s history which I try to bring to the show and the NOLUT team. I talk about Millwall with passion and love sharing my thoughts with fellow supporters.
I became a Millwall supporter as I lived on the club’s doorstep and it was never a question of choice. When asked how long I have supported the club, I say too long but I would never stop following them. My favourite current player is Jed Wallace and of all time, it is the one and only Gordon Hill. I do have one stand out game, Tottenham Hotspur v Millwall on 1st February 1967 and I’ve hated Alan Gilzean ever since.
I originate from Bermondsey but now live in Kent where I occupy a lot of my time by keeping the new show ‘No One Likes Us Talkin!’ on the right tracks. But I couldn’t do it without the other guys. (Or team, as Eamonn would say!)
"My broadcasting experience started some twelve years ago when Ted Robinson and I were selected by The George Lampey Recruitment Agency and joined the Lions Live team via the Millwall Supporters club - the rest, as they say, is history. I believe that I bring a great understanding of the team, the club and its history to the airwaves, in conjunction with the rest our presenting team. On the show my appreciation of the club’s uniqueness; the fact that it’s my way of life just as it is for the fans; that it is our part of London; and last but not least that it is in my genes, brings both my passion and my grumpiness to the fore.
I have supported the club since 1963 when I pleaded with my father, now 89, and who has been going for 81 years, to go to the game with him. As he drove away he could see I was in tears and he stopped and took me to the Den. Today the tables have turned and I now take him. It is in our genes as his father before him followed the club too; almost back to its origins. My favourite current player is the ‘Can opener’; the ‘Brains’; the ‘Leader’; the one and only Steve Morison. My favourite player from the past is Harry Cripps, ever since the day he winked at me before taking a free kick.
I started life in Brockley, where for years I never stopped kicking a football about. Today I live in Kent. from where I go to work and put the tax payers’ money to good effect.
"I have been broadcasting since January 2017 when I appeared as a guest on Lions Live Radio having been recruited by George. I had a weekly news segment for the show last season and a bit of this season.
I’m probably at my best when I’m talking about what’s currently going on. I like debating the different tactics Harris should choose and talking about what teams he should set up against certain opposition. It’s something I know my mates would be interested in talking about with me - we joke about our teams all the time.
My dad took me to my first game when I was about four years old and it just stuck to be honest. I have never looked back or wished I supported a different team. My earliest memories are of the 2000-01 Division Three winning side. I am a big fan of Jed Wallace. I love his perseverance and I can’t understand why Wolves let him go! The same can be said about George Saville however, while Shaun Hutchinson has been rock solid for us since he came to the club. Favorite player of all time has to go to Tim Cahill. I will never forget the FA Cup Semi-Final goal he scored against Sunderland.
I was born in Lambeth. However, I currently live in Greenwich where I am currently finishing up my BA at the University of Greenwich in Media and Communications. I hope to go into journalism or a related field, I also report on certain home matches on Twitter. When I’m not studying, I play for Wapping Hockey Club and I used to play for my University’s hockey team as well.
"I was first taken to the den by brother in 1968 and still remember the railway arch at the Brocklehurst Road end and the chestnut sellers.
I am the third generation of my family to support Millwall and I now take the fourth generation. I am originally a local boy but currently live in Seaton Carew near Hartlepool.
There are many great memories of Millwall and of course plenty of disappointment over the years. My favourite player was Barry Kitchener but I had a favourite skilful player too, Gordon Hill. My favourite kit follows this theme because they both wore it, the white kit from the seventies.
"My broadcasting experience started in my Trades Union days, answering questions from the press and talking to TU groups. Then I asked four years ago to see what goes on at Lions Live shows and quickly became ‘The man on the phones’. The rest is history. I bring to the team a great appreciation of Millwall’s history, in particular from the 1960s. (To a lesser degree the same could be said of me in respect to football in general.) The club and its history have become a way of life for me. I get what the club is all about and I am proud of its working class roots in times gone by.
I became a Millwall supporter when my grandad took me there in 1963 to see us play Carlisle United. There were other teams on the horizon and some of my mates followed them but Millwall became the other love of my life. My favourite current player is Mahlon Romeo, he is just so consistant, and my all-time favourite is the late, great Keith Weller.
I come from between the Old Kent Road and the Walworth Road but now live in Kent. I am retired but before each Christmas I become one of Santa’s little helpers to ensure that everyone gets their letters and parcels in time for the big day.
"My experience in broadcasting was initially with Lions Live wh,h I got into via George Lampey and the Millwall Supporters Club. Some people say I don't know what I'm talking about let alone be called an expert on anything but It's just the feeling that my club is unique, that we are a one off and that every other club wishes they had what we have got - and I want to talk about that!
I got into Millwall through my family. My grandad and dad took me to my first game. In fact I started supporting Millwall nine months before I was born, if you know what I mean! I love anyone in a Millwall shirt but at the moment I have a lot of admiration for Shaun Hutchinson because of the struggle he had when he first came to us and how he has established himself as an important figure in our first team. Mind you, the greatest player I've seen in a Millwall shirt was Keith Weller.
My family come from Deptford and I'm a lift engineer.
"I got into broadcasting when, as a DJ, I was asked to do a two hour slot on hospital radio and so it was at East Dulwich Hospital that I got my first taste of true broadcasting. I then worked with Deano Standing and Adrian Wisson at Abbey Wood (Millwall) and then with Lions Live until it closed.
As for being a Millwall supporter, it was what my family did. We lived in Dockhead, Bermondsey and The Den was no distance from us at all. I can honestly say that I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of following the team despite the ups and downs. Now that I am retired there is even more time to concentrate on the Lions and listen to George Lampey.
During my 60 years as a supporter, I have travelled all over the country with Millwall and have loved talking about the great matches and the ‘Top Scalps’ we have taken. I am also a bit of a statistician and delight in examining the details behind the club's results. My favourite player from the past is Barry Kitchener and my favourite player in the current team is Lee Gregory.
That is me, Millwall through and through!"