Analysis of Millwall: Duncan Watmore’s effect, highlighting a unique Lions quality and his ideal playing position


The former Middlesbrough attacker has posted some impressive statistics this seasonDUNNAN Watmore left Middlesbrough for Millwall in January of last year, agreeing to a permanent contract for an unknown sum. Another one of Gary Rowett’s acquisitions, Watmore was a player who wanted to establish his value because, at prior teams, he was presumably underutilised. Put another way, like highly touted attackers like Mason Bennett or Oliver Burke, who had yet to truly consistently play at the level they had shown they were capable of when they were breaking through as adolescents, he had a thing to prove.

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