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    recovering from surgery, hopes to be back playing soon

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    Hughton mentioned him in an interview on BBC radio recently, seems he would have been involved more with the first team, had he been available: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p05sy0nz
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    After more than a year out with surgery, Molumby named in Brighton's U23 side tonight against Man City. O'Hora also starts for Brighton, and Tyreke Wilson is named in the City side

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    played 45 minutes last night for the Under 23 side, named on the bench for Brighton's senior side this morning!

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    That's awesome stuff. They are up 2-0 after 60 minutes. An appearance would do him wonders.

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    New deal and off to millwall in loan. Great to see

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    Good signing for Millwall. Unlike a lot of young players he's physically strong enough for the Championship already. If he holds down a regular starting place at Millwall, which he should do, he will get an Ireland Senior call up before too long. Hopefully he gets an injury free run this season.

    Only a two year contract at Brighton though, would have thought they'd want to tie him down for longer before sending him out on loan.
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    Brilliant. And a great pro to play beside him in Shaun Williams. Maybe not Afolabi though- that guy could end up anywhere.

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    We should see him in league cup next Tuesday. Unlikely to be available at weekend

    https://www.londonnewsonline.co.uk/n...ll-appearance/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olé Olé View Post
    Brilliant. And a great pro to play beside him in Shaun Williams. Maybe not Afolabi though- that guy could end up anywhere.
    You would have thought a decision on that would have been made by now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razors left peg View Post

    You would have thought a decision on that would have been made by now
    Good point. I wonder if he has passed on Millwall by now and is looking at a PL or Continental side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olé Olé View Post
    Good point. I wonder if he has passed on Millwall by now and is looking at a PL or Continental side.
    Is he training anywhere to keep fit? Its a bit strange that he hasnt signed anywhere by now to be ready for the new season. I bet he ends up at Shamrock Rovers!

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    Not sure. He was training with Rovers. This article from PunditArena stated he had plenty options in the PL and Championship: https://punditarena.com/football/ois...rystal-palace/

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    Worth noting that Molumby did not take part in yesterday’s under 23 game vs Leeds. I anticipate that he should be involved on Wednesday and Saturday. Millwall have 2 back to back games which is a perfect opportunity. If Harris was still concerned on his fitness then he’d be getting a run out with the under 23s. This is all assuming he’s not injured of course!

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    BBC sport have him as “still out” in match preview

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    Mad his league debut as a sub tonight.

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    Given how the game went for Millwall there should be first team opportunities coming up for him if he can get fit.
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    Starts today vs Leeds, back to back starts. A great day for the Brighton Irish. I watched the game vs Luton midweek. He did okay, some nice touches. He was pushed out wide right in second half which didn’t suit him. Millwall are awful though, no attempt to play football and are devoid of any real talent. Difficult environment for a young midfielder. James Collins was very impressive, unlucky not to score at least 2 goals. Happy with him in our senior squad.

    I was delighted that Neil Harris resigned. Hopefully Millwall’s new manager will try to play some football which will suit Molumby‘s development. I don’t think his old manager Hughton will take job. It’s an unattractive job with limited budget, their only options will be to poach one of the promising managers in the lower leagues such as Mark Cooper or else go for an ex player (hopefully they won’t go this route)

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    I don’t know if your man on final score ( BBC ) was having a laugh with Jonathan Walters and Kevin Kilbane but he said that Roy Keane was favourite for the Millwall Job . So either Keane is the butt of the Joke or he is a runner .

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