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‘One of their less successful moves’ – Millwall’s worst signing in the last 3 years: The Verdict



Millwall, who are into their second consecutive season in a row in England’s second flight, will be hoping that Neil Harris can guide them to success this season.

The Lions head coach masterminded Millwall’s 2017 promotion back to the Championship, finishing the campaign in sixth position, and going on to beat Bradford City 1-0 in the play-off final to secure promotion.

Harris’ transfer business has been a large key to the 41-year-old manager’s success. Without the biggest of funds, the Englishman has secured the deals of a number of top-class players at The Den.

However, with the good comes the bad, and the Lions have had their fair share of questionable signings over the past few years.

With that in mind, we discuss the worst Millwall signing from the last three years.

Alfie Burns

There haven’t been too many at Millwall over the last three years, but if you had to push me, I’d say someone like David Worrall.

The midfielder’s year with Millwall was fairly uninspiring, although the club secured promotion.

It might be a little harsh, but I’ll go with him.

Chris Gallagher

In fairness to the Lions, they’ve done great business on the whole in recent years.

The worst would probably have to be David Worrall. He did a decent job when called upon but probably didn’t have the impact he would’ve wanted at The Den and his contract was cancelled after a year.

Christian Fuller

It is hard to choose anyone!

Neil Harris has done some exceptional business over the last few seasons, so it isn’t easy to criticise.

David Worrall’s time at The Den, albeit just on year, was somewhat disappointing – one of their less successful moves.

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