Neil Harris is the manager of League One side Millwall. Harris, who is the club's all-time record goalscorer, originally took charge of The Lions on a caretaker basis in March 2015 - following the departure of Ian Holloway.
The former striker was unable to save the club from the dreaded drop out of the Championship but was handed the job on a permanent basis at the end of April.
Millwall went on to enjoy a very decent 2015/16 season, finishing 4th, but lost out in the play-offs. However, they stormed back the following season and returned to the Championship after winning the 2016/17 play-offs.
10 Mar 2015 - Present
27 Dec 2013 - 7 Jan 2014
* Caretaker/Interim Manager
Neil Harris Quotes
I'm well liked by the fans for what I achieved on the pitch but it's important for me to separate the two.
The players will be judged every day by me and they'll have to hit standards, and I will also have to hit standards to be a successful Millwall manager.
Neil Harris videos:
The Sack Race's Opinion
Club legend as a player for Millwall and settling nicely into the management game.