Date: 22nd July 2017 at 5:47pm
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Manager Neil Harris has been speaking of his disappointment at Millwall’s loss to Barnet on Saturday afternoon.

Heading to The Hive for our latest friendly action yesterday, Millwall lost out one nil to the hosts on the day after they struck in the 19th minute.


Stephens, Johnson, Clough, Santos, Akinde, Campbell-Ryce, Taylor, Tutonda, Bover, Taylor, Shomotun.


Ross, Akinola, Kyei, Fonguck, Vilhete, Cojocarel, Akpa Akpro, Mason-Clark, Smith, Amaluzor.

Scorer: Akinde (19).


Archer (King 46), McLaughlin (Brown 79), Meredith, Hutchinson, Williams, Worrall, Gregory, Butcher, Webster, Ferguson (Twardek 79), Morison.


Nelson, Donovan, White, Philpot.

Referee: R. Eames.

Speaking to the official site as he met with the media following the game, Harris admitted he was ‘disappointed’ with the manner of the defeat as he felt like we had ‘defended like a League One team’ across the 90 minutes and he was certainly looking for improvement ahead of Stevenage on Tuesday evening.

‘I’m disappointed with the game. Results have no bearing on the League season, but the games are still important. It’s a really poor goal to give away. We’ve defended like a League One team. I won’t accept that.’

Harris continued.

‘Our use of the ball was really poor, especially in the final third. I thought we looked really sloppy and laboured. I’m disappointed with the boys – I have to be honest. Pre-season is difficult. You work at such a high intensity for so many days, it’s hard when it comes to games. The quicker we get into the League season, the better.’

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