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Billy Gilmour is a central midfielder for Chelsea. Gilmour is a very energetic midfielder who is strong at finding space throughout the pitch to receive the ball and find passes to team mates. In Chelsea's 4-0 win against Everton, prior to the break in football, Gilmour completed a very high amount of 77 passes and covered more ground than any other Chelsea player has in a single game, all season. Despite so much game involvement, Gilmour's PB score was a not so high 128. Although Gilmour is likely to have a high PB average, he will need to add more goals and assists to his game in the future to hit the high peak PB scores needed to earn match day dividends. Gilmour's breakthrough this season has gained the attention of the media with him earning 10p in media dividends already this year and he may well earn more media dividends if he can keep his spot in the Chelsea first team and provide strong performances.
1 Year Price Graph
Billy Gilmour's price was around £1.20 at the start of the season and flew up dramatically to £2.11 by October. In the months that followed, Gilmour lacked game time with the first team and declined all the way down to £1.45 by December. This shows how Gilmour's price is susceptible to wide fluctuations due to strong market sentiment. Gilmour's price had risen to £1.80 by March and when he had a very strong game in the FA Cup against Liverpool, which was televised on the BBC - Gilmour's price exploded upwards to £3.13. Gilmour's performance was undoubtedly very strong, but it was perhaps the hype from the media which may really made his price rocket as Gilmour went on to earning media dividends. Gilmour's price has remained relatively stagnant since this dramatic rise and if he starts for Chelsea upon the return of the Premier League - he could rise even further. Overall, Gilmour is a talented prospect with a bright future and could earn plenty of media dividends. However, with the return of Ruben Loftus-Cheek and the arrival of Hakim Ziyech, Gilmour may face even stronger competition to keep his spot in central midfield in what is already a very packed Chelsea midfield with Kovacic, Barkley, Kante and Mount all also competing for a spot in the starting line up. If the hype and media attention starts to wear off, Gilmour's price could drop considerably as his price is very high for a young player who appers unlikely to hit particualrly high peak PB scores often and could lack game time.
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