Neil Harris quits as Millwall manager after more than four years in charge

03 October 2019 06:05
Manager leaves with club 18th in ChampionshipChairman says Harris goes with everyone’s best wishesNeil Harris has stepped down as Millwall’s manager after more than four and a half years in charge. He leaves with the club 18th in the Championship, five points above the relegation zone.Harris, Millwall’s all-time leading scorer, oversaw the club’s promotion to the second tier in 2017 and led them to two FA Cup quarter-finals. His assistant, David Livermore, has also departed and the coach Adam Barrett will take charge of Saturday’s game at home to Leeds. Related: Neil Harris: ‘Being a Millwall manager who defies the odds is wonderful’ | Ed Aarons Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian