Former West Brom and Middlesbrough goalkeeper Alan Miller has died aged 51.
Miller, who started his profession at Arsenal, made 103 appearances for the Baggies and 64 for Boro, serving to the Teesside membership to promotion to the Premier League in 1995.
After spending three years at West Brom from 1997-2000, he joined Blackburn and fashioned a part of the squad which received the League Cup in 2002.
Miller additionally had spells at Birmingham and St Johnstone earlier than retiring from the sport in 2003 resulting from a again harm.
West Brom posted on Twitter: “We’re desperately saddened to be taught of the passing of former goalkeeper Alan Miller. Our ideas are with Alan’s household and buddies at this terribly unhappy time.”
Middlesbrough stated on their web site: “Alan sadly handed away on the age of 51 and our ideas are along with his household and buddies at the moment.”
Former Arsenal midfielder David Hillier stated Miller was a “nice pal and team-mate” who had been “taken approach too quickly”.