‘No More Excuses’ For Millwall Skipper Moro
Posted on September 12, 2018
After the closing of the transfer window, STEVE Morison stressed the time for excuses all end and this is because the Lions are preparing for big clash with Leeds United on Saturday at The Den. Morison has admitted that “The preparation was not the ideal one.”
After so many Millwall players were associated with moves far away from the club during August. Neil Harris the Lions boss revealed that there was an unsettling impact on the dressing room, before the window’s last day when George Saville was sold to Middlesbrough and Sheffield United signed Ryan Leonard. The deals were the amount of fees that was received and paid to the club. With the deal Millwall will make a profit of nearly £8 million on Saville when his move will automatically become permanent in 1st
He will also pay a sum of seven-figure of Leonard, beyond the outlay on Tom Bradshaw at the time when they broke their record of almost-29-year-old for the first time in August. Although, the doubt over what the final make-up of their team would be on 31st
In August, Millwall lost three consecutive league games.
Morison further added that it is being tough. The teams are willing to can decide what they want to do and sadly you are also powerless to stop it. It’ is the case of making the efforts to manage that and if it is going to be a losing player case, then it is about the club looking after themselves and receiving the best possible deal that they can.
“In the end, that is what happened. The gaffer received his man Leonard, who he was looking for a while. We have lost the Sav and this is disappointing for us as well as the dressing room. However, at the meantime, everyone realizes that this is the thing that happens in football.