Luton Town faces Millwall faces in a game that could have big consequences for both teams this season. Both teams have not had the greatest start in what could be a long season flirting with the relegation places.
Luton currently sit 18th on the table with 10 points and currently leads Millwall only on goal difference. Luton meanwhile have to battle hard this season with the club’s defensive record currently porous and this could be the game they solely need to pick up valuable points.
The winner of this game could move to as high as 14th position in the table and the home fans will be out in full voice to cheer their team. (more…)
Millwall manager Neil Harris has said that he was never in the running to take over as the Huddersfield Town head coach. The Lions boss was regarded as one of the favourites to succeed the sacked Jan Siewert at the Terriers before Danny Crowley took up the role following a successful three-year stint with Lincoln City.
Speaking in a press conference, Harris acknowledged that the situation was bizarre after he was placed at the top of the odds lists. He added that there was nothing in terms of him joining Huddersfield and stated that Crowley and his brother Nicky deserve the opportunity after excelling in the lower leagues, he told: “That was bizarre. The first I knew about it I was sitting in the back of a taxi in London. There was nothing in it. Danny Cowley has taken the job and good luck to him and Nicky, they deserve the opportunity at that level.” (more…)
Millwall head coach Neil Harris has said that the club have endured a difficult 2018/19 season with many of the players disappointing with their performances. The south London side finished as the eighth-best club during the previous campaign but they have simply failed to replicate the showing this time around where they have narrowly missed out of relegation.
Speaking to reporters, Harris stressed that he won’t entertain the current level of performances from the team, considering the club could be under the risk of relegation next term, he said: “The level of performance this season from some individuals has been nowhere near good enough. There will be a lot of changes this summer. Some players have let me down and let the football club down. There is a lot that has come out that has made it difficult for us. We came eighth last season on the smallest budget in the division. We have got no chance next year if we do not improve.” (more…)
Millwall boss Neil Harris has said that the team’s downfall in the closing stages of matches have nothing to do with fitness concerns. The south London side recently shipped their 17th goal after the 80th minute of Championship games and that cost them a point during a hard-fought encounter against Leeds United.
Speaking after the 2-1 defeat, Harris indicated that fatigue should not hamper the performances towards the end, but one can attribute the mental strength towards the outcome, he said: “It certainly shouldn’t be fatigue but whether it’s tired minds, that’s different. It won’t be tired legs, sports science plays a huge part at our football club as it does across world football these days. “We know where the players are at stats-wise, minutes-wise, training-wise. It’s not fatigue in the legs. How do you define human error in any industry? We gave a poor second goal away, even if you have to give credit to Leeds and the way they play.” (more…)
Millwall manager Neil Harris has said that it will be difficult to ignore the Championship results for the weekend despite their FA Cup game against Brighton & Hove Albion. The South London side are currently just one point ahead of the drop zone but they could drop into the bottom three, if the matches don’t go their way.
Speaking to reporters, Harris acknowledged that it is difficult to ignore the scores in the current era where there is social media and Sky Sports around the corner, he said: “It’ll be tough not to look at the results, when you’ve got social media, Sky Sports and whatever else. Between now and the end of the season, that’s what it is. The first thing the players did when they came in was look at the Rotherham score. (more…)
Millwall manager Neil Harris, is hoping defender James Meredith will be fit for this weekend’s clash against Norwich. Murray Wallace was taken off in last Tuesday night’s 2-1 defeat at Hull City. The Scottish defender has started at left back in recent weeks, scoring goals in the FA Cup against Everton and AFC Wimbledon. But he had to be subbed off in the first half on the tie, itcould be just timely for Meredith makes a return from his knock to face Norwich, who are currently top of the Championship.
Neil said Conor McLaughlin is out of the weekend, but admitted that James Meredith possibly has a chance of being fit. He also gave an update on Mahlon, who he said is ill. So they will have to see how it goes, but the player might not make the trip. (more…)
Newcastle United young defender Jamie Sterry has agreed on a loan deal that will see him represent Crewe Alex in the Sky Bet League One until the end of the season and he is bringing his dogs along!
Sterry has found game time difficult to come by at Newcastle United this season in the Premier League and has been shipped out on loan to Crewe – a club he has initially played for in the past. (more…)
Millwall manager Neil Harris has said that his team must improve their performances on the road if they are to remain in the Championship beyond the current campaign. The South London outfit have generally possessed a strong record in their home turf over the years but they have not been able to replicate the feat this time around and this sees them above the drop zone on only goal difference.
Speaking after the club’s 2-0 home defeat to Birmingham City, Harris acknowledged that the team are putting more pressure of them on winning games at the Den, given they have barely impressed on their travels this term. He added that the Lions must start winning games on the road to enhance their prospects of beating the drop. (more…)