BREAKING NEWS: 3 managers on top of Gillingham managerial role after Neil Harris departure

Neil Harris has left Gillingham, as revealed on the club’s official website.
Gillingham has chosen to fire the former Millwall and Cardiff City midfielder. They are currently sitting in eighth place in League Two.

Harris, 46, took over the Kent club in 2022 and kept them in the Premier League last season. They are currently only a goal difference away from the play-offs, thus his departure comes as a surprise.

A replacement is now required, and here are three names to consider…


Mr. Scott Lindsey
The 51-year-old has done well as manager of fellow fourth-tier club Crawley Town. His team is now in fifth place, one point ahead of the Gills.

Lindsey, who previously managed Swindon Town before taking over at Red Devils, led his present club to safety last season. They have only lost once in their last seven games in all competitions.

Danny Cowley

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Danny Cowley Portsmouth released him earlier this year and he is still available. During his spell with Lincoln City, Cowley, 44, led the club from the National League to League One.

His previous two management stints at Huddersfield Town and Pompey did not go as planned. However, joining the Gills now would help him improve his reputation.

Mr. David Artell

He has been looking for a new job since leaving Crewe Alexandra in April of last year. After leading the Railwaymen to promotion to League One in 2020, the former defender understands what it takes.

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Artell was also named League Two Manager of the Year that year. He was in charge of the Cheshire club for five years and is now considering his future step.

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