Posted by sean on February 10, 2018 at 6:30 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

I awoke this morning to the very sad news that former footballer Liam Miller had died.

I had been aware he was suffering from cancer, but it now turns out things must have been worse than first feared, and he lost his battle against the disease. This is terrible, especially considering he was just 36.

Over the years, I have mentioned Liam in my blogs, as he scored one of my favourite goals of all time, in a game I have seen live – the winner in a 4-3 victory for Leeds at Southampton (after being 3-0 down).

Rest in peace, Liam. I am sure AFC Heaven will be a much stronger football club for your presence.

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