Chairman John Berylson
Stadium The Den
Time at Club:
Millwall are managed by Neil Harris who was handed the job on a permanent basis on 29th April, having previously been in caretaker charge since March, following the departure of Ian Holloway. Harris was unable to keep the Lions in the Championship, but will now be tasked with leading the Londoners straight back up from League One.
Back at the end of the 2012/13 season Kenny Jackett resigned from his post at Milwall after nearly six seasons in charge. The popular boss, who was the Championship's longest serving manager, has opted to give a new manager a chance at the helm following a poor end to the season in which the Lions only just survived relegation.
In Jackett Millwall have a manager with plenty of experience. In 2009 he lead them to the League One play-off final, only for his team to be beaten 3-2 in a thrilling clash with Scunthorpe. However, a year later they reached the final once again and this time enjoyed the sweet taste of success and promotion as they beat Swindon Town 1-0.
The Lions just missed out on the play-offs last season after finishing in 9th. They have struggled to carry on the momentum into the current season but had a strong run-in, finishing in 16th.
Millwall have reaped 6 wins in the last 10 games, beating Bradford City, Gillingham, Oldham Athletic, Bury, Fleetwood Town and Shrewsbury Town. 2 draws against Bradford City and Colchester United and defeats to Barnsley and Coventry City has seen them score 18 at an average of 1.8 goals per game while shipping 10.
|06 Aug||Millwall||15:00||Oldham Athletic|
|13 Aug||Milton Keynes Dons||15:00||Millwall|
|16 Aug||Peterborough United||19:45||Millwall|
|20 Aug||Millwall||15:00||Sheffield United|
|03 Sep||Millwall||15:00||Bradford City|
|06 Aug||vs Oldham Athletic||15:00|
|13 Aug||@ Milton Keynes Dons||15:00|
|16 Aug||@ Peterborough United||19:45|
|20 Aug||vs Sheffield United||15:00|
|27 Aug||@ Chesterfield||15:00|
|03 Sep||vs Bradford City||15:00|