Alan Miller Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education, Biography

Alan Miller Net Worth
Alan Miller Net Worth

Alan John Miller ( Footballer) was an English professional footballer know all about Alan Miller Family, Net Worth , Parents, Wife , Children, Education and Biography

Name Alan Miller
Birthdate ( Age)  29 March, 1970
Birthplace  Epping, United Kingdom
Died 3 June 2021
Wife/Spouse NA
Children NA
Profession English footballer
Parents NA
Net Worth $1 million – $5 million

Alan John Miller was an English professional footballer. Playing as a goalkeeper, Miller played for Arsenal, Middlesbrough, West Bromwich Albion and Blackburn Rovers.

Alan Miller Family

Miller was born to his parents on 29 March 1970 as Alan John Miller. He experienced his childhood in Epping, United Kingdom. Miller began his career with the Gunners having joined as a schoolboy in 1984 and won the FA Youth Cup four years later.He graduated from the youth ranks to sign professional terms and was involved as an unused substitute in the squad which won the League Cup and FA Cup in 1993, followed by the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1994.

Alan Miller Wife 

Miller likes to keep his personal life private hence information about his marital status is under research. Therefore, it is not known whether he is currently dating, married, or has any children. However, this information in detail is currently under review and will be updated as soon as it is available.

Alan Miller Net Worth

Alan John Miller was an English professional footballer who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 million – $5 millionin 2022.

Alan Miller Professional Career

Miller began as an apprentice at Arsenal in 1984. With them he won the FA Youth Cup in 1988, and won four caps for the britain under-21 team. However, with John Lukic then David Seaman, first-team opportunities were rare. He had loan spells with Plymouth Argyle, West Bromwich Albion and Birmingham City.

He finally made his Arsenal debut on 21 November 1992 as a substitute, the primary ever Arsenal goalkeeper to return on as a sub. He made another seven appearances over subsequent two seasons.

He won FA Cup and League Cup winners’ medals in 1992–93 and a eu Cup Winners’ Cup medal in 1993–94, as an unused substitute whenever .In summer 1994, wanting varsity football, Miller moved to Middlesbrough for £500,000, winning a primary Division winners’ medal in his first season.

In 1997, he signed for West Bromwich Albion during a £400,000 deal, before moving on to Blackburn Rovers in 2000. He played only two games during his time at Ewood Park, against Sheffield United within the league and Portsmouth within the League Cup.

While at Blackburn, he went on loan to Bristol City and Coventry City during 2000–01. His only appearance at Coventry was one to forget, as he came on as a substitute against Chelsea after Chris Kirkland was sent off.

Coventry lost 6–1.In October 2001, he was loaned out again, this point to St Johnstone.He was recalled from his loan spell at St Johnstone to require his place on the bench as Blackburn won the 2002 league final , providing back-up to Brad Friedel, due to injury to the regular second-choice goalkeeper Alan Kelly.Miller retired in 2003 after failing to beat a back injury.

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