Harris leaves Millwall post
Neil Harris has stepped down from his role as manager of Millwall after 4½ years in charge. The club’s all-time leading scorer cemented his status as a hero at the New Den with a successful period at the helm, winning promotion to the Championship in 2017 and twice reaching the FA Cup quarter-finals. He leaves with Millwall sitting 18th in the Championship table and without a win in seven matches. Harris’s assistant David Livermore has also left the club, with firstteam coach Adam Barrett placed in temporary charge. the Sky Bet League Two club says payments due have not been received and they fear they could find themselves in a similar situation to League One clubs Bury and Bolton. Bury’s league membership was withdrawn after the club failed to provide guarantees over financial sustainability to the EFL, while Bolton were saved by a takeover. It is understood the Professional Footballers’ Association is working with Macclesfield’s playing staff and the EFL.