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Millwall boss slammed after allegedly telling fan to “fuck off” twice during defeat to Blackburn

Millwall manager Neil Harris has been slammed by his own supporters on social media after allegedly swearing at one of them during the defeat to Blackburn Rovers yesterday evening.

A poor performance saw the side from Bermondsey concede two goal from Rovers in just over a minute to grab a late victory at The Den and end the Lions’ four-match winning run.

The first of the two came in the 86th minute when Joe Nuttall scored on his first appearance for Blackburn since early September.

Adam Armstrong doubled the scoreline following the restart and a counter-attack to hit the ball in off the post to wrap up his side’s three points.

Millwall fan Lee Dolby took to social media after the game to express his frustration at his side’s loss.

The first tweet read: “Woeful from Millwall today, wrong team wrong tactics poor game management but our fans will still blame the ref.”

However it was his second post that got people’s attention, it read: “Neil Harris telling fans to fuck off will never be ok but to tell one fan twice to fuck off and go and watch Palace was a muggy move tonight.”

When asked by another social media user about what the fan (who was being sworn at) had said, Lee Dolby replied, “Nothing directly to him just that the team was shit.”

Millwall might have won four matches in a row prior to their loss against Blackburn last night, but before then they had no won in eight matches, leaving the club 20th in the Championship table, eight points from the drop zone.

 

After seeing Lee Dolby’s tweet about Millwall boss Neil Harris swearing at one of his own fans, supporters took to slam him and one revealed that they are “really starting to get a growing dislike” for him as their manager – take a look at those tweets on the next page.

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