FORMER Millwall assistant boss Dave Livermore believes the club is in a good position to “progress on and off the pitch” and said he is “proud” of what he and Neil Harris achieved at The Den.
Harris and Livermore resigned on Thursday after being in full charge since April 2015.
The pair led the Lions to two League One play-off finals – and promotion at the second attempt – two FA Cup quarter-finals and an EFL Trophy semi-final.
Livermore and Harris were Millwall team-mates before they linked up again to rebuild the club when they were relegated from the Championship in 2015.
“Now the dust has settled, I would like to wish the players, staff and fans of Millwall FC all the very best for the future,” Livermore posted on his Twitter account on Monday.
“I’m very proud of what we’ve achieved together over the past four-and-a-half years and believe the club is well positioned to continue its progress on and off the pitch.”
Millwall are currently searching for a new manager, with former Burton, Birmingham, Derby and Stoke boss Gary Rowett in the running to take over.
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