What’s Story Behind Goalkeeper Alan Miller’s Cause of Death?
The real story behind former Arsenal, Middlesbrough, and West Brom goalkeeper Alan Miller’s cause of death is still unknown after the star passed away on Thursday night (June 3) at the age of 51. May he rest in peace.
His ex-colleague at Highbury, Lee Dixon, was between whom that confirmed the heartbreaking news, writing on Twitter: “Devastated to hear the news that our team mate Alan Miller has passed away. He was one of life’s good guys. What a man. Heart of gold. RIP my friend.”
The beloved Englishman kicked off his career with the Gunners, where he entered as a schoolboy in 1984, signing as a professional with the club four years later.
Graduating from the youth ranks to sign professional terms, he was a forgotten substitute in the squad, which won the League Cup and FA Cup in 1993, and then the Cup Winners’ Cup in the next year.
Alan Miller’s first appearance in Arsenal was also as a substitute against Leeds United at Elland Road, in so doing becoming the first Gunners goalkeeper who played as a substitute. He had spent time on loan with Plymouth Argyle, West Brom, and Birmingham City.
In August 1994, he joined Boro for £325,000. Alan additionally won the Championship with the North East side in the 94-95 season.
Sources Keep Alan Miller’s Cause of Death Private
Although there is no official word about Alan Miller’s cause of death at this time, US day News is trying to find more related information and the latest updates as soon as possible. Stay with us.
Miller played an effective role in Middlesbrough, helping them win the old First Division to claim promotion to the Premier League in 1995. Following three years at West Brom from 1997-2000, he joined Blackburn.
Actually, the goalkeeper went to West Brom for £400,000 in 1997 before entering Blackburn Rovers in 2000. Finally, Miller’s back injury forcing him to end his career at Ewood Park, retiring in 2003.
Celebrities’ death news always breaks many hearts, but we know that fans kindly remember memories, and their idols are alive in their hearts even after years.
Reactions to Death of Goalkeeper Alan Miller
Soon after the tragic news, as all had predicted, many of beloved Alan Miller’s friends, colleagues, and fans showed their sadness on social media by sharing their tributes along with photos of the late goalkeeper.
Former Gunner, David Hillier, said, “RIP Alan Miller, my great friend and teammate, taken way too soon, see you again someday for a beer.”
West Brom also reacted to the tragic news, writing, “We are desperately saddened to learn of the passing of former goalkeeper Alan Miller. Our thoughts are with Alan’s family and friends at this terribly sad time.”
His former Middlesbrough teammate, Jan Age Fjortoft, tweeted: “I have just been told that my former team-mate at @Boro, Alan Miller, has passed away. Alan was one of the ‘good guys’. I will remember his smile and his ability to make good atmosphere wherever he was. RIP.”