Har­ris leaves Mill­wall post

The Daily Telegraph - Sport - - Sport | Football -

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.

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