The goalkeeper Alan Miller, who attracted attention especially with his performance under the Middlesbrough jersey, died at the age of 51.
West Bromwich Albion, one of the former clubs of the player, made the statement.
In the statement made on Arsenal’s website, it was reminded that Alan Miller won the FA Cup, League Cup and European Cup Winners’ Cup under the Arsenal jersey, and offered condolences.
In addition to Middlesbrough, where he played between 1994-1997, Alan Miller, who played for teams such as West Bromwich, Arsenal and Blackburn in his 15-year career, left the football player in 2003 after being injured.
The news of Alan Miller’s death has caused great sadness in English football. His former teammates sent messages one after another.
Source: Haber Global