Attacker Will ended the 2015-16 season in fine form and wearing the captain's armband for our Under-21s. Playing either in attacking midfield or as a false nine - a role he also occasionally fulfilled during his days as an Under-18s player - he scored four goals in 14 league appearances for our Under-21s over the course of that season and also netted once in three Premier League Under-21 International Cup outings. That all came after he missed the first few months of the campaign with a knee injury sustained in pre-season, 2015. Born in Hackney, Will joined our Academy in July, 2012, and made 13 appearances for our Under-18s in 2012-13. He netted his one and only goal of the campaign in a 4-1 success over Newcastle United and had a run-out in the NextGen defeat to Anderlecht in December, 2012. In 2013-14, he made 25 league appearances for our Under-18s, scoring an impressive seven goals, and also played in both FA Youth Cup ties we were involved in. He also stepped up to make a substitute appearance for the Under-21s. He scored twice in 20 appearances for our Under-21s in 2014-15 and has previously earned caps at Under-18 level for England
Last Edit: Aug 25, 2016 15:43:59 GMT by NobodyGood
I stood in a different part of the popside last night, well in the part I usually stand when with the grandkids, at the front so they can see.
What a load of twaddle coming from behind from a couple of fans, they never stopped berating Will Miller, give the lad a chance. It's not an easy game to get thrown into, do wonders and expect the fans to take to you straight off. He nearly did though, if only that early chance had gone in.
After last nights performance anyone moaning at any player should be publicly flogged, end of.
Heard Clough on Radio Derby after the Preston game saying that "its up to Will, if he wants to stay then he is a great lad to have around" All I can think is that he doesn't cost anything as Spurs pay his wages? I'd sent him back personally. A bit too small plus free up space for someone else. Maybe he would benefit from experience at a league 2 club. Goal at Wolves could prove massive though.
Clough said he didn't ever intend taking a sixth loan. If that is the case and Miller wants to stay then why not? He is, by all accounts, a good lad to have around, he has looked lively in a few cameo appearances. I wasn't at Reading but I heard he looked ok. He scored a good strikers goal at Wolves and he was clean through the other home game when the ref failed to play an advantage. Depending how many strikers we bring uni have no issue with him staying.
And also sometimes it doesn't doing a favour and making a good impression.maybe next season Spurs will lend us Harry Kane