Liam Miller Profile
Liam William Peter Miller, born Cork, Republic of Ireland, February 13, 1981. Liam Miller joined Manchester United from Glasgow Celtic on a free transfer at the start of the 2003-04 season. He made his debut for the club in a 2-1 Champions League Qualifier First Leg win over Dinamo Bucharesti at Dinamo Stadium on the 11th of August 2004 and pulled on the legendary red shirt on 22 occasions during his comparatively short stay at Old Trafford.
Following a loan spell at Leeds United, Liam Miller signed for Roy Keane´s Sunderland at the beginning of the 2006-07 season and proceeded to play 57 League matches for The Black Cats before he teamed up with Championship side Queens Park Rangers midway through the 2008-09 campaign. The strong running area-to-area midfielder would later provide sterling service to a host of different teams, including Australian clubs Perth Glory, Brisbane Roar, and Melbourne City. Capped a total of 21 times by the Republic of Ireland, the Leesider was handed his senior international debut for The Boys in Green in a 2–1 friendly triumph against the Czech Republic in front of a 42,000 attendance at Lansdowne Road in Ballsbridge in Dublin on the 31st of March 2004, and he registered his one and only goal for the country of his birth in a 3–0 friendly victory at home to Sweden on the 1st of March 2006. Liam Miller: “Australia was not something that planned for and I did not know much about the Australian League before I came out. But I have loved every minute.”