Liam Miller Profile

Liam Miller

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.”


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