Date: 5th December 2015 at 7:21pm
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Manager Neil Harris has said that the players were uncharacteristically below par in today’s Wycombe loss.

Welcoming Wanderers to The Den for the FA Cup second round tie, Millwall go out of this year’s competition with a disappointing two one defeat and with the microphones pushed in front of his face at the full time whistle, Harris was obviously hoping that the team could take it to a reply and do themselves justice at the next time of asking but that hope was extinguished when the visitors hit a late stoppage time winner.

Admitting the players were below par and clearly capable of performing much better, he explained.

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