Date: 29th December 2013 at 9:00pm
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Caretaker gaffers Neil Harris and Scott Fitzgerald said they had nothing but praise for the players today as they kept a clean sheet and got us a point against Doncaster Rovers.

Speaking to the official site following the draw, which was actually our first point in the last five away games, Harris admitted there was a tinge of disappointment that we couldn’t take one of our chances to give us the win, but overall there were definitely many positives to be taken.

‘We have plenty of quality and going forward we created chances. On another day we could’ve won, we pressed the ball all over the park and that’s the Millwall way. We are pleased with the clean sheet, defensively we were good and from the first minute until the last the boys were terrific.’

Fitzgerald adds that Millwall have to start priding themselves on clean sheets and we certainly need to keep more of them over the course of a season so hopefully this is a start and can be a good foundation for us moving forward again.

Speaking to the press generally in the after match interviews, both gents restated that this was only a temporary arrangement and that neither had ambitions for the job, although tellingly Harris did say the line of it was too soon for them, but it would be a good experience, which seems a sensible position to take as they both have plenty of time to find a way into management should they wish, but this would be tough for them to walk into given our position.

On the managerial front, Dennis Wise is the latest name to be linked in the press.

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