Former clubs rally around Liam Miller

Jessica Allison
November 14, 2017

Celtic and Manchester United have both tweeted their support for former player Liam Miller.

News emerged last night that the ex-Ireland midfielder has returned home to Cork to receive treatment for the illness, and several former team-mates of the 36-year-old have since come out to show their support today.

Miller began his career at Celtic where he played under now manager of the Republic of Ireland, Martin O'Neill.

He also played for the likes of Celtic, Sunderland, Leeds and QPR before a spell in Australia that saw him represent Perth Glory, Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City over a three-year period.

Ex-England striker Chris Sutton said: "All thoughts and prayers go out to my old teammate Liam Miller tonight".

Miller then joined League of Ireland outfit Cork City in 2015 before making the move to America to play for third-tier North Carolina-based side Wilmington Hammerheads in February 2016.

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His former teammate at Hibernian, Tam McManus wrote on Twitter; "Awful news about Liam Miller keep the fingers crossed that he somehow pulls through".

"That's from the whole team and everyone".

"The thoughts of everyone at Manchester United go out to Liam Miller and his loved ones at this hard time", the Red Devils posted on Twitter.

Bad news about Liam Miller keep the fingers crossed that he somehow pulls through.

The Scottish champions said in a post on their official Twitter account: "The thoughts and prayers of everyone at Celtic Football Club are with Liam Miller and his family at this time".

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