Posted on June 10, 2019
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.”
Meanwhile, the Lions boss added that he wants to rebuild the squad during the forthcoming transfer window and there could be several high-earners, who could be shown the exit door
. Millwall’s away form had been the catalyst to the club’s push for promotion during the backend of the previous campaign, but unfortunately, the same has not been the case this term
Throughout the season, the Capital outfit have struggled to garner regular points on the road and they head into the final gameweek of the season with just three away wins from 22 matches. Millwall complete the campaign with an away game at Wigan Athletic, where they are certainly the underdogs. Wigan have managed to beat the drop with their home form being the main reason, and they have suffered just four losses at the DW Stadium.