Well Berylson has pumped in quite some money into the club, had it de-listed on the Stock Exchange and provided stability.
How about Reg Burr though? Reg Burr became chairman of Millwall in July, 1986. He had a short period as a Millwall director and 11 years as a director of Luton Town. Burr was asked to become chairman when Millwall were £5 million in debt and on the point of going into liquidation. That was big money in 1986.
During Burr's nine years in charge up to 1995, Millwall were promoted to the top flight for the first time and he saw our move to our new purpose-built stadium at Senegal Fields.
You may think he left us broke as Burnige took the helm for a short time before Paphitis rescued the club but Burr certainly had nine years of qualified success. This was overshadowed as following his departure the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) wrecked our 95/96 season by unsettling our manager Mick McCarthy and the team.
When McCarthy left Millwall, in early February 96 after a protracted appointment as Ireland manager, we were in 9th place in the division, 5 points off a promotion place, outside the playoff zone only on goal difference and a comfortable 14 points clear of the relegation zone. Three months later we were relegated
Despite Burr's departure heralding a new era and the clubs fall from prominence. He done well and more benefit accrued through his reign, maybe more than Berylson.
If Berylson sees us through the expansion of the stadium and into the top flight, then crown him as our best chairman, until then the jury is still out here...