Published: Tue, November 14, 2017
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Former Celtic player Liam Miller reveals cancer battle

Former Celtic player Liam Miller reveals cancer battle

Manchester United is among the clubs extending well wishes to Liam Miller following reports the former Republic of Ireland midfielder is battling cancer.

Reports emerged on Sunday night that the 36-year-old was battling pancreatic cancer and is now receiving chemotherapy treatment in the United States.

"I gave him his debut at Celtic", O'Neill said at today's press conference.

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"The news, we heard about it just recently, we didn't know how bad it was".

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

Miller also played more than 20 times for the Republic of Ireland and was a firm favourite under ex-manager Giovanni Trapattoni. We are thinking of him and we hope he can pull through and he's strong anyway.

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Fellow Irish global Noel Hunt added: "Such sad news about my old Room mate Liam Miller, Pray to God he pulls through this battle with cancer, my thoughts and prayers are with him and his family".

Ex-Ireland team mate Noel Hunt tweeted: "Such sad news about my old room mate Liam Miller".

Miller began his career with Celtic in 2000, winning the Scottish Premiership in 2004 before leaving that same summer.

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Fellow former United player Danny Higginbotham said: "If true very sad news about one of my former teammates Liam Miller". His promising form there earned him a transfer to Manchester United, before spells at Leeds, Sunderland, QPR, Hibernian, Cork City and in Australia. Thoughts go out to him and his family.

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