Dunne It the Hard Way

The Remarkable Story of a Millwall Legend
Alan Dunne and Chris Davies
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Alan Dunne spent nearly a quarter of a century with Millwall – and after almost 400 senior games left as a legend. Joining at the age of eight, he rose through the ranks to become the one player who epitomised the club, as his wholehearted approach resonated with the fans at the Den. Dunne It the Hard Way is a frank insight into his life with the Lions, from making the worst of first impressions on a manager to the heartbreak of being told he was no longer wanted in 2015, and plenty of highs and lows in between.


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About the author

Alan Dunne spent almost 25 years at Millwall. After graduating through the club's youth ranks he made his first-team debut in 2002. He was part of the squad which reached the 2004 FA Cup Final and in 2009/10 he was the Player of the Year as he helped Millwall to promotion to the Championship via a Wembley playoff final. He left Millwall in 2015 and joined Leyton Orient. Alan's co-author Christopher Davies is an experienced Fleet Street sports writer. He is a former chairman of the Football Writers' Association and a regular pundit on talkSPORT.