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Born: 15 April 1987
Came from: Partick Thistle Went to:
First game: 06 August 2016 Last game: 30 September 2017
Appearances: 50 (46/4) Goals: 0
Born is Glasgow, Miller began his career at Livingston, where he made his senior debut in October 2005 as an 18-year-old substitute for one Derek Adams, the beginning of a long association for the two men.
Miller began the following campaign on a half-season loan at Ayr United, where he scored his first senior goal in 18 games there, and then linked up with Derek Adams again when he was loaned to Ross County in the 2007-08 season, helping the Staggies win the Scottish Second Division. The future Argyle manager signed Miller for County on a permanent deal in July 2009 and the pair enjoyed three successful years together, winning promotion to the Scottish Premier League, the Challenge Cup and a place in the Scottish FA Cup final.
Valued for his surging runs and committed tackling, Miller made the right-back slot his own, but after 119 games over three seasons, much to the disappointment of their fans, he turned down an offer to remain at Ross County for their first SPL campaign. Instead he moved to St Johnstone in May 2012 to help the Perth side win the first major trophy in their 130-year history after a 2-0 Scottish FA Cup win over Dundee United, in which former Pilgrim Steve MacLean scored.
After three years at McDiarmid Park (77 appearances at right-back and centre-back, include eight in the Europa League), Miller moved back to his native Glasgow to join Partick Thistle, for whom he played 24 times in the 2015-16 season. In June 2016 the 29-year-old made the long journey south for his first taste of English football when Derek Adams came knocking again, the manager's fourth signing that summer.
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