Neil Harris' first Millwall XI now - failed drug test, hospitality and AFCON dream

Neil Harris impressed on his return to Millwall and we take a look back at his first XI from 2015.

Millwall club legend Neil Harris hit the ground running in his second stint as head coach with a hugely impressive 2-1 win away at promotion-chasing Southampton.

The victory put an end to a poor run of form endured by the Lions, who had not won a match since New Year's Day. Harris is of course a familiar face to Millwall supporters, having racked up 415 appearances for the club and managed the side between 2015 and 2019.

When Harris landed the role as Millwall boss in 2015, the former player had already taken up the caretaker position at the club a couple of times. He was officially appointed manager in April 2015, less than 24 hours after the side was relegated to League One.

His first match in the role came against Wolves on May 2, 2015, as his side lost 4-2 at Molineux. LondonWorld takes a look at where the squad from the fixture is now.

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