Alan Dunne is a right-sided player at League One club Millwall. Alan developed in the academy and reserves at The Den before signing his first professional contract as a 17-year-old. Alan is now regarded as Millwall's first choice right back, although he has also appeared in midfield, and he has earned a well-deserved testimonial in 2011-12 when Charlton Athletic will provide the opposition. Millwall have been Alan's only club and he has made in excess of 250 appearances for the Championship club. He also captains the team when Paul Robinson is unavailable, One of the most consistent players at The Den he likes nothing better than to get forward to supply his pinpoint centres or to have a crack at goal. Surprisingly, Alan failed to register a goal in 2010-11.
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