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‘It’s time to axe him’ – Neil Harris faces Millwall dilemma ahead of QPR: The verdict

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Millwall came within a minute of ending Leeds United’s unbeaten start to the season in the Championship on Saturday, when an 89th minute equaliser from Jack Harrison was enough for Marcelo Bielsa’s side to take a point at the Den.

But for veteran Millwall striker Steve Morison, the question is has he done enough to retain his place in Neil Harris’s side.

The 35-year-old former Leeds and Norwich striker has been a regular for Harris this season but is yet to find the net, so should Harris be dropped for QPR tomorrow?

We discuss…..

Alfie Burns

I think so.

The striker is a firm favourite at the New Den, but he isn’t doing what Millwall need him to.

Younger, fresher options are available to Harris, who needs to make a change.

Jay Taylor

He is Millwall’s captain and will be up for a London Derby way from home.

Steve Morison comes up with a few virtuoso displays a season now and last year at The Den he did just that when the Lions beat QPR 1-0.

The striker is in the twilight of his career but his presence is still something that the Lions rely on and play too.

I’d expect him to start tomorrow night and put in a shift in what is going to be a frenetic London derby.

George Dagless

Potentially.

He’s not had the best start to his season this year and a change might do everyone good.

Millwall looked better against Leeds but now they need to keep that up.

Gary Hutchinson

Yes, absolutely, it’s time to axe him.

Why buy Tom Bradshaw and not play him?

Morison has been a good campaigner over the years, but he’s not fit for Championship football anymore.

Let the new guard take over now.


ScoopDragon Football News Network

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