Sport 29-goal striker in: An early look at how Millwall’s XI could look at the start of the 2021/22 season
Who can solve Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea strikers headache?
One foot in the Champions League semi-finals and holding their top-four hopes in their hands, there is not much wrong at Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea - but one striking issue remains. Barring a shock 5-2 home loss the West Brom, the Blues have been firing on most cylinders. Their last 10 games have seen seven victories and just three goals conceded - but at the other end of the pitch the situation is more concerning.While Chelsea have managed to score 16 goals in those 10 matches, only two of them have come from the player acting as the central striker.
Despite a difficult recent run, Millwall can still head into the summer with lots of positivity.
Gary Rowett’s side put together an impressive run between February and the start of April but have come unstuck over the past few weeks – taking just one point from their last four games.
It’s worth noting, however, that those four games came against four of the Championship’s top six and that if they take six points from their last two games of the season – against struggling Bristol City and relegation-threatened Coventry City – they could finish as high as eighth.
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Millwall have once again given a brilliant account of themselves under the stewardship of Gary Rowett this term and are quite rightly close to securing a top half finish in the Sky Bet Championship. Still playing something of a direct style under the experienced boss, the London based outfit had at one point looked like […]Still playing something of a direct style under the experienced boss, the London based outfit had at one point looked like outside contenders for a play-off spot until they hit some inconsistent form.
Two top 10 finishes in two years would be an impressive feat for Rowett but what the last few weeks have highlighted is that his side still have a fair way to go if they want to take the next step and secure a play-off place next season.
A strong summer transfer window could help them close that gap and with that in mind, we’ve outlined what the Lions could look like when they line up for their first game in 2021/22 – assuming they play a 3-4-3 formation…
Key Millwall figure delivers summer transfer update that will surely excite supporters .
Gary Rowett has said that Millwall will be prioritising the signing of a new striker this summer. The Lions have enjoyed a decent season in which they’ve established themselves as a mid-table side in the Championship, but next season they’re aiming higher. One key problem for Milwall has been putting the ball in the back […]The Lions have enjoyed a decent season in which they’ve established themselves as a mid-table side in the Championship, but next season they’re aiming higher.