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Copy from Football Unlimited of 07/03/2005.
Millwall's push for the play-offs continues to stutter but it is their long-term prospects which will most concern the club and their manager. Dennis Wise confronted disgruntled home supporters at half-time, after a pair of them had dished out abuse to their team's players, but his biggest worry will be whether he keeps his job at the end of the season.
That decision will be made by the incoming chairman, Jeffrey Burnige, who is taking over from Theo Paphitis, and Wise admitted there was tension. "It's been a difficult time between me and the new chairman," he said. "I do know the way he wants to go. That's entirely up to him."
Wise would not be drawn on whether that meant he would lose his job, but he has no plans to save face by resigning. "I never walk away from anything," he said. "I really don't. If he gets rid of me, then fair enough. That's his choice."