Opposition view: ‘Professional’ Lions delight boss Harris
Millwall manager Neil Harris was delighted by his side’s ‘excellent and professional’ performance after their 3-1 win over Northampton on Saturday.
The Lions capitalised on some abject defending to leave Sixfields with all three points as Lee Gregory, Calum Butcher and ex-Cobbler Steve Morrison on the scoresheet.
Harris said afterwards: “I thought it was an excellent, professional performance.”
“It wasn’t pretty at times but it was a typical League One game between two evenly matches sides.
“Northampton play really well to their strengths and and play direct to Alex Revell who is a super... read more
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