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‘Without a doubt’, ‘No’ – Steve Morison debate splits opinion among these Millwall fans

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Former Millwall striker Steve Morison has made the transition into coaching this season and the prospect of him returning as manager in the future has caused some significant debate among fans of the club. 

After returning in October, the 36-year-old joined Northampton Town as a coach before reuniting with former Lions boss Neil Harris at Cardiff City, where he is the U23s lead coach.

Morison featured 336 times in total across three different spells for the Lions, grabbing 92 goals and 66 assists.

The forward first signed with the club from Stevenage in 2009 and bagged 35 goals in 83 games before leaving for Norwich City in 2011.

Two years later, he returned to the Den on loan from Leeds United before signing for the south London club permanently again in 2015.

He proved a key man in his final spell at Millwall – firing them to League One promotion in 2016/17 and nearly helping them to secure a place in the Championship play-offs the following season.

He left to join Shrewsbury Town last summer and has since made the transition into coaching.

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Despite having been a club stalwart, it appears the prospect of him returning as a manager in the future is a divisive one, with some significant debate breaking out on Twitter.

Read the reaction of Millwall supporters here:


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