Trinidad and Tobago National Team duo Ataulla Guerra and Neveal Hackshaw are both out of danger after being forced to move out of town earlier this week following the threat of Hurricane Florence in the Charleston area where they are based as professional players with Charleston Battery.

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Originally joining the Lions on loan in March 2014, eyebrows were raised when Ian Holloway signed veteran winger/wing-back Carlos Edwards from Ipswich Town.  Edwards had pedigree and was a proven player at Championship level, but in a season when Millwall were desperate for goals, the signing of a 35-year-old player who played primarily in defence wasn't the type who would be top of the shopping list.  Luckily for the Millwall fans, there was an instant connection and from the start we were together, with a roof right over our heads.

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As the transfer deadline loomed in the summer of 1998, Manchester United were running out of time to land another striker. Alex Ferguson, the knighthood would follow a year later, already had Andy Cole, Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on his books. But he wanted another type of centre-forward.

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Charleston Battery forward Ataulla Guerra has been named the USL Player of the Month after scoring five goals in six games in July. Guerra’s Player of the Month honor comes one day after head coach Mike Anhaeuser was named USL Coach of the Month.

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