Rochdale Defeat Won't Derail Millwall

VitalFootballAdmin

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Millwall manager Neil Harris has described the Rochdale result as a 'disappointment' and a 'setback' but he was adamant it wouldn't detract from our Championship campaign.


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VitalFootballAdmin - 7/2/2018 06:40

Millwall manager Neil Harris has described the Rochdale result as a 'disappointment' and a 'setback' but he was adamant it wouldn't detract from our Championship campaign.


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Prior to the game our season will not have been derailed and neither will it whatever happens Friday against Cardiff. What happened was the club couldn't give a flying about the supporters and what a home crack at Spurs means to US!!! As a club of limitations this is what we hope for at the start of each season.
 
#4
We did the hard work prior to this game beating Leeds, Reading and drawing with Derby.

This was the Harris's chance to pay back the supporters who spend their hard earned money following the team home and away. A home tie against Spurs would have brought great excitement and a full house. Now all we have to look forward to is another 3 days at work before going to the Den and moaning about how shit we were

Oh well, Keep Roaring
 

champs08

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#5
This has clearly derailed our supporters season. As its pretty much Armageddon on here today and last night.

In 90 minutes of football, Harris has been compared to Holloway and called a cnt after cnt after cnt.

He made a mistake and is probably realising it now.

Move on, he is our best manager for some years and he's allowed to make an error in judgement from time to time.

Or, you could keep harping on about it, let him know your feelings on Friday night and let the team and manager feel like they've lost the support of the fans. No doubt the idiots will do exactly that which is totally counter productive and short sighted.

 
#6
champs08 - 7/2/2018 10:49
He made a mistake and is probably realising it now.
He made the mistake in the first game. Making the same mistake in the replay shows he either has no interest in the cup or he is not fit to be a manager.
 
#8
totally oblivious and missing the point - or more likely, not willing to engage in the substantive matter

why would this result derail anything - it is not related any other games

it is an utterly disrespectful and professionally stupid decision, which he hasn't the decency to defend

f*ck the result- teams win and teams lose , but integrity comes first. He is not as clever as he thinks he is.
 
#9
Fucking joke club.
Lets face it supporting Millwall is a fucking chore. It's a fucking labour of love.
So keep having a bunch of cunts dictating the nect dissapointment that you are going to have to eat like a big shit sanfwich withoit ever having a sparkler on.top of it.
Yes I have fucking had enough. Supporting Millwall is about rewarding as supporting my cunt of an ex wife. She also takes everything and gives fuck all in return.
 

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