LITESPORT SUBSTITUTE Jason Price grabbed a second-half double to help Millwall to a 4-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon and set up an FA Cup second-round tie away at Staines Town. And the five-goal feast was witnessed by new heavyweight world champion David Haye. Bermondsey boy Haye, a Millwall fan, received a standing ovation from both sets of fans and the Lions Neil Harris admitteditwasapleasure to see him at The Den. The Conference side battled well and held their south London rivals until the interval. But Harris scored within three min- utesof therestart as the League One side proved their quality. Harris agreed thatthefirstgoal wa s c r uc i a l . That was so impor- tant, he said. If they score it, then its back to the walls for us and the pressure is really on. With us nicking the London Lite Tuesday, 10 November 2009 37 defeat at Northwich will determine their prospects this season. We have to move on from this quickly, said the manager. NEXT GAME: Tom Shampton (JPT QF, a) GILLINGHAM P14 W4 D3 L7 Pts15 STRIKER Simeon Jackson has been called up to the Canada squad for next weeks friendlies with Macedonia and Poland and will miss the clash with Oldham. NEXT GAME: Sat Oldham (h) LEYTON ORIENT P15 W4 D4 L7 Pts15 GERAINT WILLIAMS hopes to have JJ Melligan and Tamika Mkandawire back for tonights Johnstones Paint quarter-final against Hereford. NEXT GAME: Ton Hereford (JPT QF, h) MILLWALL P15 W6 D6 L3 Pts24 KENNY JACKETT avoided the dreaded manager-of- the-month hoodoo. After beating AFC Wimbledon in the FA Cup he said: We beat Leeds, beat Colchester and then I get manager of the month -- well you know what is coming next. It was a potential banana skin. NEXT GAME: Sat Brentford (a) ARSENAL P11 W8 D1 L2 Pts25 CARLOS VELA is expected to be fit when the domestic season resumes after the international break. The Mexican has been ruled out with a knee injury. NEXT GAME: Sat 21 Sunderland (a) CHELSEA P12 W10 D0 L2 Pts30 DIDIER DROGBA says he wants to go into coaching when he hangs up his boots and his main target will be to boss Ivory Coast. NEXT GAME: Sat 21 Wolves (h) FULHAM P11 W4 D3 L4 Pts15 DAMIEN DUFF has been passed fit to feature for Ireland in their World Cup crunch clash with France following problems with his Achilles. NEXT GAME: Sat 21 Bham (a) TOTTENHAM P12 W7 D1 L4 Pts22 LEDLEY KING is out for two weeks with a hamstring injury picked up in the weekend win over Sunderland. Boss Harry Redknapp said: Thats what happens when you dont train, you pick up twinges. NEXT GAME: Sun 22 Wigan (h) WEST HAM P12 W2 D4 L6 Pts10 JACK COLLISON is a doubt for Wales friendly with Scotland in Cardiff this weekend. The midfielder was forced out of Sundays 2-1 home defeat against Everton at half-time. NEXT GAME: Sat 21 Hull (a) CHAMPIONSHIP CRYSTAL PALACE P16 W5 D7 L4 Pts22 NEIL WARNOCK has not ruled out new arrivals in January -- despite chairman Simon Jordan insisting no signings would be made. NEXT GAME: Sat 21 Coventry (a) QPR P16 W7 D6 L3 Pts27 JIM MAGILTON believes Adel Taarabts all-round game has improved. Hes being tactically aware of the game now, said the manager. His positional sense is improving. NEXT GAME: Sat 21 Doncaster (a) READING P16 W3 D5 L8 Pts14 LIAM ROSENIOR has tipped both Ipswich and Reading for a playoff push. The Reading right-back is on-loan with Roy Keanes side. NEXT GAME: Sat 21 Blackpool (h) WATFORD P16 W6 D6 L4 Pts24 HENRI LANSBURY is in no rush to return to Arsenal. Id rather be playing every week than once a month at Arsenal, said the on-loan midfielder. NEXT GAME: Sat 21 Scunthorpe (h) LEAGUE ONE BRENTFORD P16 W4 D6 L6 Pts18 THE BEES are ready to offer defender Ryan Dickson an extension as his current deal is set to expire in the summer. NEXT GAME: Sat Millwall (h) CHARLTON P15 W8 D5 L2 Pts29 PHIL PARKINSON believes his sides response to the LONDON CALLING SOUTHEND P15 W5 D5 L5 Pts20 THE club have made a payment of 2.1m on an outstanding tax bill and a statement said this would: remove the threat of administration. NEXT GAME: Sat Yeovil (a) WYCOMBE P15 W1 D5 L9 Pts8 CRAIG WOODMAN faces a three-match ban following his weekend sending off against Brighton. It did seem a little harsh, said manager Gary Waddock. NEXT GAME: Sat Huddersfield (a) LEAGUE TWO BARNET P15 W7 D3 L5 Pts24 ELLIOTT CHARLES has cut short his loan spell with Ebbsfleet United after being sent off for the non-league side. NEXT GAME: Sat Hereford (h) DAG & RED P15 W8 D5 L2 Pts29 MATT LOCKWOOD is battling to be fit to make the trip to face Accrington this weekend after picking up an injury in training. NEXT GAME: Sat Accrington (a) Fixtures are subject to change On a roll: Lions boss Kenny Jackett Sweet FA: Northwich Victoria enjoy their victory CHARLTONS FA Cup exit to non-league Northwich Victoria on Sunday was unacceptable to boss Phil Parkinson. After having his sides embarrassment broadcast live to the nation, Parkinson said: That was a massive reality check. Weve taken a lot of plaudits for the football weve played this season but to just turn up and expect to play nice football and win is not good enough. Im not accepting that again. Parkinson, whose side are second in League One after relegation from the Championship in his first season, added: Its been difficult and there were times last season when you just want to lock yourself away. But you just have to block that out, focus on your job and do the best you can. The big requirement was to have players with the right character and with some hunger. Charlton in the Curbishley years were all about that players with hunger and the right attitude. BY HARRY LANE Price-less: Jason Price scores to put Millwall 2-0 up in a match watched by new heavyweight world champion David Haye last night Price proves hes a man of substance MILLWALL ...............4 AFC WIMBLEDON ....1 MILLWALLAWAYTOSTAINESIN2NDRND first goal it meant they had to come out and play a bit more, which left us a bit more space. As a group of play- ers, we were disap- pointed with how we played in the first half. All credit to Wimbledon, they really harried and hassled us and didnt let us settle on the ball. Following the opener, which came courtesy of a fine assist from Steve Morison, substitute Price doubled Mill- walls lead in the 70th minute when he reacted quickest to a goalmouth scramble. Lewis Taylors (left) stunning finish nine minutes from the end gave the Dons a glimmer of hope as he got in behindAlanDunneandconfidentlybeat the stranded David Forde. 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