Alan Miller, a former goalkeeper for Arsenal and West Bromwich Albion, has died at the age of 51
During his 15-year career, Miller also played for Middlesbrough and Blackburn.
In 1993, he was a member of the Arsenal squad that won the FA Cup, League Cup, and European Cup Winners’ Cup, as well as the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1994.
Miller also had a loan term at Blackburn and loan spells at Birmingham and St Johnstone before retiring from the game in 2003 due to a back ailment.
“Alan, unfortunately, died away at the age of 51,” Middlesbrough wrote on their website. “Our sympathies are with his family and friends at this time.”
Robbie Mustoe, a former club midfielder, tweeted: “Awful news. So very very sad. What a superhuman, a great fun-loving man. Brilliant GK for Boro & one of the big personalities in our dressing room.”
West Bromwich Albion claimed this was “heartbroken” to hear of Miller’s death.
Middlesbrough also voiced their sadness at the news, saying that Miller’s “family and friends at this time” were on their minds.
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