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Liam Miller
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D.O.B. :13/02/1981
Place of Birth :Cork

Liam, born in Cork and was a colleague of Colin Healy with Ballincollig under-age teams

He played in numerous underage sides for Brian Kerr who used him in a variety of roles in midfield. He was part of Brian Ker's Under 16 side that won the European Championship in Scotland onm 8 May 1998.

Miller's impressive performances for Celtic in 2004 in the Champions League caught the eye of Alex Ferguson in Manchester United and he joined the Old Trafford team at the start of the 2004/'05 season.

On November 4, 2005, Miller joined Leeds United, initially for three months, but this was later extended to the end of the 2005-06 season. He scored one goal during his time at Leeds - the winning goal in the stunning 4-3 away win, against Southampton - and also helped Leeds to reach the Championship play-off final, a game in which he featured. However, Leeds failed to overcome Watford, and so were not promoted to the Premier League. The club also chose not to offer Miller a permanent deal.

In July 2006, it was reported that Liam Miller would be allowed to leave Manchester United, should the Red Devils receive a suitable offer. And it was made clear that Miller was not part of Alex Ferguson's plans, as, 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. Throughout the Summer, Miller was linked with Scottish side Aberdeen. However, on 31 August 2006, he moved to Sunderland, for free, on a 3-year deal, joining up with new Sunderland manager, and former Manchester United and Ireland captain, Roy Keane.

Miller scored his first goal for them against Leeds United, in a 3-0 victory. His second goal came on 24th February 2007, when he scored the winning goal against Derby, in stoppage time.

Ironically his next goal for Sunderland was also in the closing minutes as he netted a last minute equaliser in the wear and tees derby against Middlesbrough.

Liam went on loan to QPR in the 2009 Januray transfer window

Interenational careerHe won his first full cap against the Czech Republic in March 2004 and scored his first senior International goal in Ireland's 3-0 victory over Sweden on 1 March 2006.
Debut:31 March 2004 v Czech Republic

Clubs: Ballincollig, Glasgow Celtic, Manchester United, Sunderland

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Liam Miller's playing record
Season Openin. Subst. Goals Yellows Reds
2004 5 2 0 0 0
2005 0 3 0 0 0
2006 1 2 1 0 0
2007 1 1 0 1 0
2008 3 1 0 0 0
2009 2 0 0 0 0
Total 12 9 1 1 0
By season | In opening squad | Substituted in | Goals | Yellow cards | Red cards

Liam Miller's full debut
28.04.2004 at 20:00 Friendly A Poland  

Last 10 games where Liam Miller started | Show All
14.10.2009 at 15:00 World Cup Qualifier H Montenegro  
29.05.2009 at 20:00 Friendly N Nigeria 1 - 1
29.05.2008 at 20:00 Friendly H Colombia  
24.05.2008 at 19:45 Friendly H Serbia 1 - 1
06.02.2008 at 19:45 Friendly H Brazil  
17.11.2007 at 15:00 European Cup Qualifier A Wales 2 - 2
24.05.2006 at 19:45 Friendly H Chile  
16.11.2004 at 19:30 Friendly H Croatia  
18.08.2004 at 19:30 Friendly H Bulgaria 1 - 1
29.05.2004 at 15:00 Tournament N Nigeria  

Last 10 games in which Liam Miller scored.
01.03.2006 at 19:30 Friendly H Sweden  

Games in which Liam Miller was a Substitute.
06.09.2008 World Cup Qualifier A Georgia 2 - 1
17.10.2007 European Cup Qualifier H Cyprus 1 - 1
16.08.2006 Friendly H Holland  
01.03.2006 Friendly H Sweden  
17.08.2005 Friendly H Italy 1 - 2
29.03.2005 Friendly H China  
09.02.2005 Friendly H Portugal  
13.10.2004 World Cup Qualifier H Faroe Islands  
31.03.2004 Friendly H Czech Rep 2 - 1
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