Burnley Manager, Sean Dyche and Millwall legend and coach, Neil 'Chopper' Harris, put their matchday rivalries aside to support Men United ahead of kick-off on Saturday 02 November at The Den.
As an ex-teammate of Sean Dyche, Chopper Harris was more than happy to sign him up to Men United. Chopper said "It was great to see Sean again, it was a great game and I was really pleased he made time to sign for Men United."
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