"It's a great reward," says the gaffer
Millwall manager Neil Harris has thrown his support behind the club's decision to slash ticket prices for Tuesday night's Sky Bet League One game against Chesterfield at The Den (7.45pm).
The Lions announced on Monday
that as a reward to fans for their ongoing backing of the team the cost of tickets for the midweek clash have been cut significantly.
Harris was full of praise for Millwall supporters following Saturday's dramatic win over Leicester City in The Emirates FA Cup and the boss hopes to see another big crowd watch his side try and go 14 games unbeaten on Tuesday night.
"I'm really pleased about the move the club has made for Chesterfield," he told millwallfc.co.uk.
"I think it's a great idea and one which will be well received by the fans.
"The atmosphere inside The Den on Saturday was tremendous and helped to drive the group on to what was a brilliant result and we're going to need similar backing again on Tuesday.
"It's a massive game for us - undoubtedly our most important of the season so far - and it would be great for the players if there's a large, vocal Den crowd getting behind them."
Tickets now cost just £10 for adults and over 60s, £5 for U16s and only £1 for U12s. They can be purchased by clicking here
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