Billy Gilmour. From the moment he stood in the centre circle, laughing at the falling snow during the warm-up, the Scottish teenager looked ready for Chelsea’s FA Cup tie against Luton Town.
This was only his 16th professional game but Gilmour showed once again his fearlessness and his positivity, usually on the front foot, passing forward and dovetailing well with Mason Mount. Given all the swirling scepticism around Chelsea at the moment, Gilmour was a breath of fresh air.
Hourihane is exactly what Swansea need
Conor Hourihane. It demonstrates the increased depth of quality at Aston Villa that they could consider allowing the talented, left-footed attacking midfielder to go on loan to Swansea City. It also shows a dedicated professional’s desire to play regularly, and