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Saville`s Expectations

Over in South East London, one Chelsea lad is looking to make some waves.

Young George Saville, recently loaned to Millwall is hoping to earn a place in the Millwall side to participate in an all-championship FA Cup quarter-final clash with Blackburn Rovers next week, quite a change from playing for our reserves.

Saville, in action for Millwall at Elland Road this afternoon, for Leeds United, has remarked about his unique situation,

"There`s some big games coming up, an FA Cup tie. I`m eligible for that ad would love to be involved."

"It`s a big time for the club, so it`s exciting for me."

"The manager picks the team, but I would have to first put pressure on him to play me. That`s what I intend to do."


It could be quite an experience for George this loan spell, let`s hope it fulfils his expectations.




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Writer: Merlin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday March 2 2013

Time: 12:20PM

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one of our very highly rated youngsters without a doubt...I wish him all the best..hope he gets some quality playing time...
layorh12
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02/03/2013 12:38:00

May he fulfil his expectation,all da best
blue5
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02/03/2013 13:25:00

He starts on the bench 2day against leeds.
blue5
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02/03/2013 13:38:00

Millwall just fallen behind to a late penalty!
merlin
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02/03/2013 14:09:00

I did wonder why he wasn't playing for the U21's against Fulham yesterday! From what I saw of that game, we missed young George in midfield. Good luck to the lad, he looks an interesting prospect.
BlueABS
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02/03/2013 14:27:00

George saville is a good player and I see him having a bright future if he continues to work hard, being with another team to fight competitively might help him mature more
Desmondadonis
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02/03/2013 17:46:00

He's a top young prospect, but he will get some dreadful stick with that name!
BlueBlaze
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02/03/2013 19:44:00

How long has he gone on loan for? Lets all hope he gets game time!
Splint1976
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04/03/2013 00:47:00

 

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