Liam Miller
Footballer
Liam Miller
William Peter "Liam" Miller is an Irish footballer who plays for Perth Glory in the A-League. Miller began his career with Celtic and was later loaned to Aarhus in 2001. He returned to Celtic Park and broke into the first team squad during the 2003–04 season. Rejecting the offer of a new contract from Celtic, he joined Manchester United in 2004 on a free transfer under the Bosman ruling.
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Miller ditches Glory, Roar cut trio
Byron Shire News - almost 4 years
The end of season cull begins as Brisbane cut three players, while Liam Miller turns down a contract extension from Perth Glory.
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Video: Ireland's Liam Miller victim of massive mistake in Australian soccer final
JOE - almost 5 years
What had been a pretty good first year for Liam Miller in Australian soccer has ended terribly, with the Corkman wrongly adjudged to have given away a crucial penalty in injury time of the final.
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Miller, Andrezinho in the mix
BigPond News - almost 5 years
The Perth Glory coach says Liam Miller is almost certain to overcome his hamstring issues for the final.
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I'm backing Wenger to restore Gunners' former glories - Mirror.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
He had made a series of poor acquisitions such as Liam Miller and David Bellion, Roy Keane was a fading force and the arrival of Jose Mourinho at Chelsea was making him look old. He had become involved in an undignified and highly damaging feud with
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Walton, Freeport highlight small school classics - Crestview News Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
Sophomore Amos Williams will start under center, where Walton had relied on the strong right arm of Liam Miller in each of the past two seasons. Defensively, not much has changed for Walton, as the Braves will still boast a fearsome front seven
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Glory dominate in draw - Sportal.com.au
Google News - over 5 years
... found himself on the scoresheet for a rare goal, Glory fans would have taken plenty of heart from a Brazilian of their own as the newly-signed Andrezinho ran riot through the middle during the first half in the absence of the injured Liam Miller
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How will Kewell signing affect the rest of the A-League? - The Roar
Google News - over 5 years
Former English Premier League midfielder Liam Miller, ex-Adelaide United skipper Travis Dodd, the combative Bas van den Brink and the highly-rated Danny Vukovic are just some of the Glory's eye-catching signings, while Shane Smeltz will look to form a
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Footballers are people too - Yahoo! Eurosport UK
Google News - over 5 years
Just ask Richard Wright, Scott Parker, Liam Miller or James Milner how their respective 'big moves' to Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Man City helped their careers. And ask Robbie Keane about his miserable six-month spell at Liverpool
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Two-a-days: Navarre, Walton (VIDEO, GALLERY, 2010 SEASON RECAP) - Crestview News Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
Walton's 2010 season may be remembered most not for the feats of Liam Miller, Corliss Stone and a high-octane offense that cranked out yardage at a dizzying pace. It won't stand out in the minds of Walton fans as the year the Braves once again returned
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Keano at 40: 10 possible future occupations for Roy Keane - JOE
Google News - over 5 years
that impossible-to-live-up-to tag fell to Liam Miller, once of Manchester United but now of the mighty Perth Glory. We're not sure how Keane reacts to average footballers being linked to his name but surely he'd enjoy a little schadenfreude at the
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Donegal wreck may have Spanish Armada link - Irish Times
Google News - over 5 years
The two wrecks now under investigation were originally pinpointed by Donegal divers, including Liam Miller, Oscar Duffy and Michael Early in 2008-2009. At this stage, identification is uncertain, but Ms Kelleher believes they may be “enormously
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Glory look to Brazil for attacking edge - The West Australian
Google News - over 5 years
He has added depth to Glory's attacking options by signing Republic of Ireland midfielder Liam Miller, Kiwi international Shane Smeltz, former Adelaide United skipper Travis Dodd and Australian youth international Jesse Makarounas
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Brown looking forward to a new beginning - The Northern Echo
Google News - over 5 years
The path from Stretford to Sunderland has been well walked in recent years, whether it's been managers (Bruce and Roy Keane), permanent signings (Liam Miller, Kieran Richardson, Danny Higginbotham, Phil Bardsley, Dwight Yorke, Fraizer Campbell and now,
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Blackpool 2 - 0 Hibernian: Youthful Hibs side fail to fire - Scotsman
Google News - over 5 years
Last summer, John Hughes' Hibs side triumphed 2-1 with a winner from Liam Miller but that success against a side on their way to the English Premier League proved to be a false dawn. The Easter Road outfit will be similarly hopeful that Sunday's
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Pre-season hots up - TheFootballNetwork.net
Google News - over 5 years
Celtic played the second game of their trip to Australia against Perth Glory and came up against a couple of familiar faces in Liam Miller and Steven McGarry who are now plying their trade in Western Australia. The visitors won the game thanks to a
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Miller, Amini show how far A-League has come - The Roar
Google News - over 5 years
10 or 11 years ago, people wouldn't have dreamed about players like Liam Miller, Robbie Fowler or Dwight Yorke coming to play for South Melbourne or the Marconi Stallions. At the same time, people would also not have expected that Australia would have
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I couldn't say no to Man Utd – ex-Celtic midfielder Miller - Tribalfootball.com
Google News - over 5 years
Former Celtic midfielder Liam Miller finds it hard to believe that he still cops stick from the clubs supporters for leaving back in 2004. The 30-year old, who recently signed a deal with A-League club Perth Glory , departed Parkhead to join Manchester ... - -
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Liam Miller
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 35
    Miller signed with American third-tier United Soccer League side Wilmington Hammerheads on 18 February 2016.
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  • 2015
    Age 34
    Miller joined League of Ireland outfit Cork City on 15 January 2015.
    More Details Hide Details Miller made his debut for local team in the 1–1 away draw with Sligo Rovers.
  • 2014
    Age 33
    On 11 November 2014, 11 days after leaving the Roar, Miller signed for another A-League club, Melbourne City, on a short-term contract as a National Replacement Player in place of Aaron Mooy, joining fellow Irish international Damien Duff.
    More Details Hide Details After playing a good game for on his short-term contract, Miller signed another contract with Melbourne City as an Injury Replacement Player in place of Jonatan Germano until the end of December.
    On 30 October 2014, Miller was released by Brisbane Roar after asking to have his contract terminated following being dropped from the squad for two games with no explanation, which he found unprofessional and disrespectful.
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  • 2013
    Age 32
    On 20 July 2013, Miller started for the A-League All Stars in the inaugural A-League All Stars Game against Manchester United, a match in which the A-League All Stars were thrashed 5–1, courtesy of goals from Danny Welbeck, Jesse Lingard and Robin van Persie.
    More Details Hide Details Miller was substituted off in the 45th minute of the match, and was replaced by Melbourne Victory midfielder Billy Celeski.
    On 22 May 2013, it was announced that Miller had joined Brisbane Roar on a free transfer, following his release from Perth Glory.
    More Details Hide Details He was given a two-year contract, while wearing the number 11 shirt.
    On 17 April 2013, it was announced he would not be signing a new deal with Perth Glory, despite an offer being on the table.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2011
    Age 30
    Australian A-League club Perth Glory signed Miller on a two-year contract on 3 June 2011.
    More Details Hide Details He scored his first goal against Adelaide United as Perth Glory won the game 3–0.
    Miller expressed a desire to stay at Hibs in March 2011, but the two parties did not agree a new contact, which allowed him to leave the club.
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    New manager Colin Calderwood signed three new midfielders in January 2011 and left Miller out of the starting lineup for two games soon afterwards.
    More Details Hide Details Calderwood expressed hope that improved results would bring better form out of Miller, who he described as a top-level player.
  • 2010
    Age 29
    Miller's form mirrored the rest of the Hibs team as it went into a slump in 2010, leading to the departure of Hughes.
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  • 2009
    Age 28
    His early performances for Hibs were rewarded with the Scottish Premier League player of the month award for October 2009.
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    Hughes, who was surprised that Miller was available to him on a free transfer, quickly offered a two-year deal, which Miller signed in September 2009.
    More Details Hide Details Miller quickly established himself in the Hibs first team, with Graham Spiers describing him as the "king of Hibs" after a 1–1 draw against Rangers at Ibrox.
    Miller was left without a club after the summer transfer window closed on 31 August 2009, and he was training with clubs in Ireland to maintain his fitness.
    More Details Hide Details He called Hibs manager John Hughes to offer his services.
    However, on 19 May 2009, just six months after joining, QPR released Miller along with five other players.
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    Miller received interest in January 2009 as Queens Park Rangers expressed their wishes to secure a loan deal.
    More Details Hide Details Sunderland manager Ricky Sbragia said "There's been some interest in Liam from QPR, so something might happen there". The following day, Miller signed a permanent contract until the end of the season for an undisclosed fee.
  • 2008
    Age 27
    Manager Roy Keane placed him on the transfer list on 27 February 2008 due to a 'lack of discipline' and 'poor timekeeping', evidenced by his frequent lateness arriving to training sessions.
    More Details Hide Details He was linked with a move to Toronto FC, a Canadian club with ties to former Sunderland players Danny Dichio, Carl Robinson and Andy Welsh.
  • 2007
    Age 26
    He was sent off for the second time in his Sunderland career by Peter Walton; against Chelsea on 8 December 2007 for a push on Claudio Pizarro.
    More Details Hide Details Sunderland went on to lose the game 2–0.
    He scored his first Premier League goal for Sunderland on 22 September 2007 against North-East rivals Middlesbrough in the 89th minute with a 20 yard left-footed shot.
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    On 6 January 2007, he was sent off by referee Iain Williamson in the 37th minute of an FA Cup match against Preston North End, after receiving his second yellow card for a foul on David Nugent; Sunderland went on to lose the match 1–0.
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  • 2006
    Age 25
    Miller made his debut for Sunderland in a 2–1 win over Derby County on 9 September 2006 at the Stadium of Light, and scored his first goal in the following game against Leeds United on 13 September 2006 in a 3–0 win shooting across the goalkeeper from 14 yards.
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    On 31 August 2006, he moved to Sunderland for free on a three-year deal, joining up with new Sunderland manager and former team-mate Roy Keane.
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    It was made clear that Miller was not part of Alex Ferguson's plans when, despite the huge number of senior players missing, he was still only a substitute in the opening game of the Red Devils' tour of South Africa against Orlando Pirates on 16 July 2006.
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    In July 2006, The Telegraph reported that Miller would be allowed to leave Manchester United, should the Red Devils receive a suitable offer.
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    In 2006, he joined Sunderland, but was linked with a move away from the club because of alleged timekeeping issues.
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  • 2005
    Age 24
    He scored one goal during his time at Leeds, the winning goal in the 4–3 away win against Southampton on 19 November 2005 and helped Leeds to reach the Championship play-off final with a 3–1 on aggregate over Preston North End.
    More Details Hide Details Miller featured in the play off final. However, Leeds failed to overcome Watford; they were beaten 3–0 and so missed out on promotion to the Premier League. During his time at Elland Road, he had scored one goal in 28 games.
    He was given a rare first-team start in January 2005 in an FA Cup tie against non-league Exeter City, but turned in a poor performance and was substituted in the second half.
    More Details Hide Details In his entire time at the club he made only 22 first-team appearances. Miller later commented that "Man Utd didn't work out but I have no regrets about giving it a go."
  • 2004
    Age 23
    After the start of his career for the Red Devils, he found first-team opportunities rare towards the end of the 2004–05 season.
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    Miller joined Manchester United for free on 1 July 2004, and scored his first goal for the club on 26 October 2004 against Crewe Alexandra in the League Cup.
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    Miller's debut for the first team came on 31 March 2004 against Czech Republic in a 2–1 win; he came on as a substitute for Matt Holland.
    More Details Hide Details His first goal for Ireland came in a 3–0 win over Sweden on 1 March 2006 where he had made a run and a 25 yard shot rifled into the top of the net. Despite Miller being without a club during the summer of 2009, manager Giovanni Trapattoni continued to select him for the Ireland squad. Miller later commented that "I am very grateful to the manager. He didn't need to pick me in the squad but he showed faith in me and I'm delighted with that". 1 - includes A-League final series statistics 2 - AFC Champions League statistics are included in season commencing during group stages (i.e. ACL 2010 and A-League season 2009–2010 etc.) 3 - Includes other competitive competitions, including the FA Community Shield, UEFA Super Cup, Intercontinental Cup, FIFA Club World Cup and Football League playoff matches.
    Despite this, Miller signed a pre-contract agreement in January 2004 with Manchester United.
    More Details Hide Details This move greatly disappointed Martin O'Neill, who had intended to build a new Celtic team around Miller. According to Irish Abroad, "His departure from the Glasgow giants, after only 26 appearances for the Bhoys, led to outrage among the club's supporters who perceived Miller to be showing a distinct lack of loyalty considering the Celts' support of him through long-term injury."
    Miller represents the Republic of Ireland team internationally, making his debut in 2004 against the Czech Republic.
    More Details Hide Details Miller was born in Ballincollig, Cork, Ireland. He attended Coachford College. In a web chat, Miller revealed that family has been his largest influence in football, and that Martin O'Neill and Sir Alex Ferguson were also influential to his career. Miller is married and has one son.
  • 2003
    Age 22
    His first Scottish Premier League goals came in a 5–0 win over Hearts on 18 October 2003; his first goal came after nine minutes when Stilian Petrov drilled the ball in low and Miller finished it off, and completed the scoring in the 50th minute with five-yard finish.
    More Details Hide Details Miller scored a goal in a 2–0 Champions League win against Lyon; Martin O'Neill then offered him a long-term contract, attempting to keep Miller at the club.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2001
    Age 20
    During his time at Celtic Park, he had been on a six-month loan spell with Danish football club AGF Aarhus during the 2001–02 season, making 18 appearances without scoring a goal.
    More Details Hide Details They considered signing him permanently for £300,000.
  • 2000
    Age 19
    His UEFA Cup debut came against Luxembourg-based club Jeunesse Esch on 24 August 2000 in a 7–0 win, and came close to scoring in the 64th minute.
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  • 1998
    Age 17
    Miller was part of the Irish squad that won the UEFA European Under-16 Football Championship in 1998.
    More Details Hide Details He made nine appearances for the Republic of Ireland at under-16 level. He then progressed to the Ireland under-21 team. He was fielded in a game against Albania despite having been suspended after receiving two yellow cards in UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship games against Switzerland and Albania. The Football Association of Ireland admitted the mistake and apologised to UEFA.
  • 1997
    Age 16
    Miller then joined Celtic in 1997 as a youth player, and made his professional league debut against Dundee United on 21 May 2000.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1981
    Age 0
    Born on February 13, 1981.
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