Neil Harris proud of putting blood and thunder back in Millwall’s boots

14 May 2016 09:49
The manager has no fears of meeting Bradford City in the League One play-off semi-final, as he has already rejuvenated a club that had lost their identity“You can only really be the person you are,” Neil Harris says, explaining how he deals with the rigours of management on a grey, wet morning in Bromley. The rain is teeming down and his players are not due to arrive for another two hours, but Harris is in a bright and positive mood despite another early start.“As soon as you try to change the person you are, that’s when you’re heading for a fall,” Millwall’s manager explains and it is not a surprise that there are no motivational slogans on the walls of his spartan office at the training ground. Related: Neil Harris appointed full-time manager of Millwall Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian