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Man Utd and Sunderland pay tribute to Miller

10 Feb 2018
Liam Miller

Irishman Liam Miller, who made 36 PL appearances, passes away from pancreatic cancer at the age of 36

Manchester United and Sunderland have paid tribute to Liam Miller, their former midfielder, who has passed away at the age of 36.

The Irishman had been suffering from pancreatic cancer.

He joined United from Celtic in 2004 and appeared nine times in the Premier League, before going on loan to Leeds United.

A move to Sunderland took place in 2007 and he made 27 Premier League appearances for them, scoring his only PL goal, a late equaliser from outside the box at Middlesbrough on 22 September 2007.

He also appeared for Queens Park Rangers and Hibernian before moving to Australia. He also won 21 caps for Ireland.

The thoughts of everyone at the Premier League are with Liam's family and friends.

Tributes paid to Miller

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