Ex-Manchester United midfielder, Miller is dead

Ex-Manchester United midfielder, Miller is dead

Javier Howell
February 11, 2018

He himself described Miller as "a wonderfully talented player but more importantly a lovely, humble person who never changed despite the wealth and success".

"At the end of that season, Liam moved on to Manchester United but had already made a strong mark at Celtic Park and the players were extremely disappointed to see him go". It is terrible news.

Sunderland fans everywhere will hold happy memories of Liam Miller's short time on Wearside, of that I'm sure.

In a message that served to underline just how cruel Miller's passing is, Michael Carrick - now United captain - paid tribute to a former teammate of the same age.

"It is so sad", he said. They have nothing but good things to say about him. It is bad news. "I genuinely look back and think, "I played for Celtic"," he said.

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One thing that tragedy does - especially when it comes to football and footballing personalities - is bring you some perspective on life, and what is truly important to us. It is a sad day for the family. He went on to play for his national side for another five years and scored just once for the greens, a stunner in a 3-0 win over Sweden. "For the people here who know him and his family in particular it is awful news".

"I am very sad to hear that Liam has died", the former-Manchester United manager said.

"I send my condolences to his family and friends, and all those who love Irish sport".

Stiliyan Petrov, who played with Miller at Celtic, said he was "deeply saddened to hear of the passing of my friend and old team-mate Liam Miller". "Proud to have shared a dressing room with him over the years". "Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time".

Miller, who won the A-League title with Brisbane Roar in 2014 and played for Perth Glory and Melbourne City, had been suffering from cancer.