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willie miller

Central Defender


Squad Number: 6
Position: Central Defender
Date of Birth: Monday, May 2, 1955
Birthplace: Glasgow
Nationality: Scottish
Height: 5' 10
Weight: 11st 8lbs
Signed: 10/07/72
Full Name: William Ferguson Miller

Without doubt as Dons Greats go, Miller has no equal. He was the most inspirational of captains and played a great part in taking the Dons to the heady heights of success at home and abroad.
Joined the Dons Ground Staff in 1971 and after being converted into a sweeper, Miller forged a remarkable career with the Dons. His first game as Captain came against Hearts on 22nd November 1975. League Cup wins in 1976 and 1989 sandwiched a run of success never before seen at Pittodrie. Capped for Scotland on 65 occasions, Miller has been afforded every accolade in the game. Took over as Dons boss in February 1992, but paid the ultimate penalty as the Dons struggled in 1995. Has proved a popular media pundit, but that role was curtailed after he joined the Aberdeen board in June 2004. In June 2012 Willie again left the Club and was soon active on BBC Radio Scotland delivering match analysis and opinions on all aspects of the game. Miller has never worked in professional football outwith the confines of Pittodrie.
Following on from his departure from the Directorate, Willie returned to working with the BBC Scotland as a football pundit.

Aberdeen Debut

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Date Result Competition Venue Attendance Age at debut Type RedTv Report
12/08/1972 Aberdeen 1 - 0 St. Johnstone Scottish Reserve League Cup 0