With apologies for the missing Danis Salman and pals – indolence of the worst kind.
Promoted as champions in 1987/88, this lot led the table after six games and survived their first season in the top division comfortably, finishing tenth – one place above Manchester United (Fergie Out). They made up for it the next season, finishing bottom, but added a laidback aspect to the division while they were there.
UPDATE: Millwall afficionado Paul G has heroically come to our rescue with the missing players (notes now below):
Keith Stevens looks capable of communicating only in ‘duh’.
To a ten year old, calling Ian Dawes Marjorie was the height of avant-garde humour.
Neil Ruddock was quite sweet prior reinventing himself as a cliche.
Eee, that Tony Cascarino’s a deep thinker.
Is Terry Hurlock named after his hair, or vice-versa?