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Bradley Johnson and Gary Hooper both scored twice as Norwich thrashed Millwall 6-1 in the Sky Bet Championship.
Millwall manager Ian Holloway pulled no punches after watching his side get hammered 6-1 by Norwich at Carrow Road.
Team news for the Sky Bet Championship clash between Norwich and Millwall at Carrow Road on Boxing Day.
Ian Holloway has warned his Millwall players they need to start producing results if they are to keep the fans on side.
Darren Pratley fired Bolton to a rare away win as Neil Lennon's side won 1-0 at Millwall in the Sky Bet Championship.
Ian Holloway let rip at referee Stuart Attwell after Millwall slipped to a 1-0 Championship defeat at home to Bolton.
Bolton head to Millwall on Friday night with manager Neil Lennon in the midst of an injury crisis up front.
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