Posted on September 27, 2019
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.”