Scottish Football was deeply saddened to hear the sad news that former Celtic and Hibs player Liam Miller had passed away at the young age of just 36.
A product of the Celtic Youth Academy, young Liam made his competitive start aged 19, in a win over Dundee in May 2000.
The young Irishman made his big breakthrough into the senior side in the 03/04 season.
In July of that year, he opened his account for the club in a 3-0 away victory against Kaunas in a UEFA Champions League qualifier. A few months later, the Cork-born player also found the net in a memorable 2-0 triumph over Lyon in the group stages of the competition.
After making over 40 first-team appearances for Celtic, Liam Gets a move to Manchester United.
Liam also went on to star for Hibs, Cork City and Wilmington Hammerheads in the States.
The thoughts and prayers are with Liam’s family and friends at this deeply sad time.