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Millwall manager Neil Harris was born in Essex, 1977. One of the most loyal club-loyal managers in the English football pyramid, Harris has been in charge of Championship Millwall for nearly five years. He is a bonafide legend at the club, this being his third stint at The Den - he had two as a player and, now, one as manager.

From the ages of 19 to 21, Harris played as a striker for Cambridge City but in 1998 he swapped Cambridge for London to join Millwall where he would stay for six years. During this time, Harris enjoyed phenomenal success, playing over 250 times and scoring just shy of a century of goals. While in footballing terms all was positive, one of the most defining features of this spell was Harris's battle with testicular cancer with which he was diagnosed in 2001. It was a battle that he thankfully won.

In 2004, at the age of 27, Harris left Millwall in favour of Cardiff City. It was a loan spell that would last one season and was relatively unfruitful for the player: Harris appeared just three times and scored just one goal before returning to Millwall. Despite this, however, Harris was the subject of negotiations between Millwall and Cardiff, albeit ones that came to nothing in the end.

At the start of the 2004/05 season, Harris was sold to Nottingham Forrest, who were playing League 1 at the time. Here he would stay for three years, although the spell was punctuated by a period he spent on loan at Gillingham. Harris's goal return at Forrest was poor, he scored a single goal in 33 total appearances. He fared much better when he was lent to Gillingham where he returned six goals in 36 starts. His time at Forrest seemed doomed to failure; staggeringly it took him nearly two years to net his first goal.

in 2007, after he was let go by Forrest, Harris returned to his spiritual home of Millwall. He was delighted to re-sign for the club which was so close to his heart and this was reflected in his drastically improved form. In contrast to how he had fared in the previous three years, Harris was, if not prolific, then at least in acceptable goalscoring form. He scored 32 goals in nearly 150 games in this second spell giving him a goals to games ratio of roughly one in fine. This figure seems better when the fact that Harris was playing in a more withdrawn role than the one he had previously been employed in. His job was more to bring other players into the game than be purely a goal-scoring centre forward.

The highlight of, not just his time at Millwall, but of his entire career came when Harris scored to become the clubs all-time goalscorer. He snatched the record from Teddy Sheringham who had held the title for some time. This only endeared him to the Millwall faithful further and earned him truly legendary status. Sadly, Harris was hampered by injuries towards the end of his second spell with the club, arguably he could have well extended his goals tally had he been more consistently fit.

Towards the tail end of the 2010/11 season, with his playing opportunities increasingly limited and his form having declined, Harris was given permission to speak to Southend United with the aim of negotiating a move to the Essex club. Ultimately, he was able to get the deal over the line and he signed a three-year contract and left Millwall on a free transfer. Harris enjoyed his time at Southend, the deal was made significantly more attractive because they were his boyhood club, and he spent two successful seasons with them before hanging up his boots.  During this time he appeared 40 times and scored eight goals.

Harris's managerial career began in 2015 when he took over his beloved Millwall following the sacking of Ian Holloway. Millwall were in a  dire position at the time of his arrival and he was not expected by the board to be able to save them from relegation to League One. And, despite Harris overseeing an upturn in form, they were consigned to League One at the end of the season.

In League One, Harris was a resounding success. In his first season, he led them to the playoffs, although they were defeated in the playoff final, losing to Barnsley. In his second campaign, Millwall finished lower in the table but once again made the playoffs, this time they were victorious, however, and they were subsequently promoted back to the Championship. Since then, Millwall have been relatively consistent in the Championship - they have, at times, flirted with both the drop zone and the playoffs, however. Harris will remain in charge for the 2019/20 season. 


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