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8 Of The Best: Video emerges of Troy Parrott scoring for fun with Millwall
By Harry Hotspur -

Troy Parrott appears to be settling in nicely with Millwall Football Club, and finding his way around alright, especially the back of the net. In fairness, the Millwall keeper might not be picked up by Real Madrid anytime soon, but at this rate, Spurs’ young Irishman ought to be well in the mix for a starting place with the Championship side.

If Parrott can keep focused, and pay his footballing dues, then hopefully he can return to N17 and be part of José Mourinho’s plans. The opportunity is yours to lose, Troy.

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DannyG
DannyG
7 months ago

I’m following Millwall results this season! Looking for the 🦜 ⚽️

Eddie
Eddie
7 months ago
Reply to  DannyG

He’s got to do it in the league and the Championship is hard.If he shines by Christmas we could always bring him back,particularly if we still don’t have a backup for Kane.

East Stand
East Stand
7 months ago
Reply to  Eddie

If he can’t do it in the leagues below to a reasonable standard then he’s got no hope in the Premiership.

Eleventstonedidiots
Eleventstonedidiots
7 months ago

Have just been reading very encouraging quotes from Millwalls Jed Wallace. He’s very impressed with Troys attitude since joining, showing great athleticism and finishing. Encouraging.

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
7 months ago

G’on son. My boy.

Steve KillerCushion Williams
Steve KillerCushion Williams
7 months ago

That goalkeeper though 🙈 Could have saved 2 or 3 of those without moving… One later nice low shot that was unstoppable, but Lloris is saving most of those with ease. Good to see him shoot with both feet fairly clean. Needs a bit more venom though. Troy needs to take that league by storm, Ryan Sessy style if he wants to be playing for us anytime soon.. Chance to prove himself now, he can show everyone what he’s all about as that league is no walk in the park.

East Stand
East Stand
7 months ago

On the subject of Jose on a previous blog, perhaps you should see this mate.

I posted up a large list of players that Jose brought in at Utd before.

They were all obviously his picks because they were players he’d either worked with before or who came from the Portuguese league.

It’s simply not true that he had no say on transfers at Utd, I’m not sure where this myth comes from.

See below;

Victor Lindelof – Benfica, £31m – June 15 2017

Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Paris Saint-Germain, free – July 2 2016

Nemanja Matic – Chelsea, £40m – July 31 2017

Fred – Shakhtar Donetsk, £52m, June 21 2018

Romelu Lukaku – Everton, £75m – July 10 2017

Diogo Dalot – Porto, £19m, June 6 2018

Without Pogba and Sanchez that’s a total of 217m on players he clearly wanted. He spent more than Klopp ffs…

Steve KillerCushion Williams
Steve KillerCushion Williams
7 months ago
Reply to  East Stand

Again, I never said ‘he had no say’… He obviously had some players when he started.. Do more research because he didn’t want over half of those players.. Ibra and Matic were definitely his (ibra was on a free) but that was it….. On sky as a pundit Maureen said Lindelof (whom was bullied too easy) was prime example of united not backing him, because he didn’t want him, maureen wanted maguire! Who they went and got after sacking him. He also agreed terms with Boateng who was blocked… Also Fred and Dalmat and Lee Grant he said he didn’t want…… This is all widespread knowledge, it was all over the media at the time and after. Maureen had pop after pop at uniteds hierarchy while he was manager. Also digging them out when he was a pundit…….. Simple google search and you can see everything for yourself… Gary Neville banged on about it more than once on match of the day…. And uniteds chairman Ed Woodward has admitted himself to the media that he was blocking Maureens moves…. Woodwards been spending loads on rubbish for a long time now…. He even had uniteds firm turning up at his house throwing flares and threatening him…. Did you not see any of this in the news? don’t you watch match of the day? Try researching properly like I suggested (rather than just look up prices)…. Its all common knowledge, I remember everything as it was only a couple years back.

Steve KillerCushion Williams
Steve KillerCushion Williams
7 months ago

He didn’t want pogba either… Lukaku himself said Maureen would have fared better had ‘he been given the players he wanted’…. So clearly he didnt want these players! I have to take woodwards, lukakus, and maureens words over yours.. What rock have you been living under man?

East Stand
East Stand
7 months ago

I’m just making a point, no manager gets every player they want these days. Maybe in the past he did, now most clubs never give the manager every player they want as it’s seen as too financially risky.

Poch never did and I doubt any manager does but 350m helps a lot more than a zero net spend, I know that much…

Jose is no mug and you can’t argue with his record and if he wins big with us i’ll be very happy but I’m skeptical that he’s got the golden touch these days. Plus, the football is not pretty.

East Stand
East Stand
7 months ago

A manager might want certain players and at Utd he clearly got a lot. After spending 217m on that lot without making a dent at the top of the league then in the end Woodlouse might have begun to trust his judgement less.

Lindelof would have been a player Jose knew all about coming from Benfica. Besides Maguire might not have been a deal they could get done at that time so they went to another option. After It didn’t work out it’s easy to say he didn’t ‘want’ them because he wasn’t first choice.

I’m only trying to point out that Jose did have a significant say and he was also well backed, certainly for the first couple of seasons. 217m is what you call being backed. If you add Sanchez and Pogba we’re up to 350m.

If he’s that great a manager then surely, surely you get a tune out of that lot. Ole is… is Pogba cr*p? It’s his man management that was seriously tested, same with Tanguy now.

You can’t just bomb players out the team anymore, his assistant has even said that he’s found the current crop of players a problem to manage. This is all part of the job, which is why I say he might not be the manager he once was because the world has changed.