Date: 27th March 2016 at 4:28pm
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Manager Neil Harris has bemoaned the late lack of concentration that cost Millwall something from the tie with Bradford City yesterday.

Making the trip to Valley Parade for the battle against the side also going for Play Off promotion this year, Millwall were denied a late point as the eight game unbeaten run on the road came to an end.

Speaking to the official site in his post game press conference, Harris’ main disappointment was in knowing the side were worthy of a point and in fact might have snuck all three as the game came to a close.

‘I was disappointed that we didn’t take the point we deserved from the game. The conditions and the pitch made it difficult to play good football and it looked like it would end 0-0. The winning goal was frustrating from our point of view because we briefly lost concentration. Aiden O’Brien had a similar chance in the first half for us, and then their keeper made a great save from Steve Morison near the end.’

With disappointment on Saturday, at least with Monday’s televised game against Burton Albion on the horizon he knows the quick turn around in fixtures is perfect to try and bounce back.

‘We couldn’t ask for a better game, could we? Our focus is now on Monday night when hopefully Lee Gregory and Chris Taylor will be fit to start. I know we will play better against Burton than we did today and we are already looking forward to getting back in action.’

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