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Full name  George Alan Saville
Name  George Saville
Career start  2010
0000–2004  Reading
Weight  73 kg

Number  21
Height  1.76 m
Role  Footballer
Siblings  Jack Saville
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Date of birth  (1993-06-01) 1 June 1993 (age 22)
Playing position  Defensive midfielder / Central midfielder
Current teams  Millwall F.C. (#21 / Midfielder), Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. (#8 / Midfielder)

Place of birth  Camberley, England

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George Alan Saville (born 1 June 1993) is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for English Championship club Millwall. Saville began his senior career with Chelsea but did not make a first team appearance. His first professional games came on loan at Millwall and Brentford respectively. George is the younger brother of fellow Chelsea youth product Jack Saville..


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Born in Camberley, Saville came through the Chelsea Academy, having been there since 2004, when Brendan Rodgers came to Chelsea from Reading. His older brother Jack also joined Chelsea. He was part of the Chelsea reserve side that won the FA Youth Cup in 2010, having first played at that level on 23 March 2010 in a 2–1 Premier Reserve League South defeat against Fulham. In July 2010 he signed his first professional contract but only featured in reserve team action, winning the 2010–11 Premier Reserve League after a play-off victory over Blackburn.

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He signed a new three-and-a-half-year contract in January 2012, and ended the year with his first involvement with the first team: Appearing as an unused substitute in two League Cup ties and also during the Club World Cup in Japan.

Loan spells

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In February 2013, Saville joined Championship side Millwall on a loan deal until the end of the season. Here, he made his senior debut on 2 March against Leeds United. He made two further appearances for the Lions during this spell.

During the close season, Saville was again loaned out, this time joining League One club Brentford until 5 January 2014. He made his Brentford debut on the opening day of the 2013–14 season in a 1–1 draw at Port Vale. and scored his first senior goal on 19 October, in a 3–1 victory over Colchester United. With Brentford chasing promotion, Saville's performances saw new manager Mark Warburton extend the loan until the end of the season.

His performance against promotion rivals Leyton Orient on 15 March garnered him the man of the match award and a place in the Football League Team of the Week. By the end of the season, Saville had made 44 appearances and scored four goals to help Brentford win automatic promotion to the Championship.


On 26 August 2014, Saville left Chelsea to join with Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers on a permanent transfer having never made an appearance for the Blues' first team. He signed a three-year deal (with the option of a further year) for an undisclosed fee. Here, he reunited with manager Kenny Jackett who gave Saville his senior debut while at Millwall. Saville made his club debut on 30 August 2014 as a substitute in a 3–1 win against Blackburn.

Further loan spells

On 14 January 2015, having largely fallen out of Wolves' first team involvement, Saville was moved on a 93-day loan to League One side Bristol City. Saville made his Bristol City debut against Scunthorpe United on 17 January. He scored his first goal for Bristol City versus Yeovil Town on 10 March. His final appearance at the club came against Bradford City on 14 April, a match his side won 0–6. In total, he made eight appearances, scoring once, for Bristol City before returning to his parent club.

After making two League Cup appearances for Wolves in the early season, Saville again went out on loan. On 6 October, he rejoined Millwall on a 28-day emergency loan. He returned to his parent club to end the season with five goals – his best goalscoring tally to date – from 21 appearances.

The following season saw Saville regularly involved under the management of Paul Lambert, ending with a total of 29 appearances in all competitions (scoring once). Although the club activated the option of a further year on his contract at the conclusion of the campaign, he would not play for them again.


On 26 June 2017, Saville joined his former loan club Millwall on a permanent three-year deal for an undisclosed fee. He scored his first goal for Millwall in a 1–1 draw with Bolton Wanderers on 12 August 2017.


As of 26 August 2017


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