Neil Harris: ‘Being a Millwall manager who defies the odds is wonderful’ | Ed Aarons

19 April 2018 03:15
The club’s former striker has drawn on a ‘siege mentality’ and underdog spirit to mastermind a surprise challenge for a Championship play-off place‘Only once has it crossed my mind,” says Neil Harris with half a smile. “I was so scared I just stopped thinking about it.” Yet before Millwall’s biggest match for several years, their manager has every reason to dream big.The meeting with Fulham at a sold-out Den on Friday will pit together the Championship’s two form sides, having recorded a combined 38 league matches unbeaten as the race for a place in the top flight hots up. Related: Ryan Sessegnon is not the only gifted young player in the Championship The other teams have a bit more to lose – that’s not me playing mind games, that’s just being realistic Related: Wolves’ hunger to restore lost glory puts them back at the top table | Ben Fisher Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian