Former Millwall boss Ian Holloway has taken full responsibility for the form that led to his exit from the Den.
Holloway’s tenure at Millwall lasted just over a year but he leaves the Lions 8 points from safety and 23rd in the table. Millwall have just 8 points from their last 15 league games and Holloway’s replacement Neil Harris will need to inspire his team onto a strong run of form if they are to retain their Championship status this season.
“I take full responsibility at the end of the day. I do not make any excuses. It is my fault – not the players.”
said Holloway to South London Press Today after Millwall’s 4-1 home defeat to promotion hopefuls Norwich City. The South London side face a tough test this weekend as they travel to the Macron Stadium to face Bolton, who have lost just one of their 12 home games since Neil Lennon replaced Dougie Freedman.