Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill sends support to Liam Miller

Lawrence Cooper
November 14, 2017

"Was in the United States of America for treatment this month and flys back tomorrow to start chemo here".

The Cork native, now 36, is reportedly flying back to Ireland on Monday, where he will begin chemotherapy after undergoing initial treatment in the US.

"I gave him his debut and he played wonderfully well in a Champions League game one evening, he was absolutely outstanding", O'Neill told reporters at today's press conference.

"We heard about the news recently but we didn't know how bad it was".

His career has since taken him to Sunderland, QPR and Hibernian, and as far as Australia, the Republic of Ireland and the United States, where he now plays for Wilmington Hammerheads. All thoughts go out to him and his family, I think he has three children as well.

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Fellow Corkman David Meyler, who looks set to captain Ireland in tomorrow night's match, also offered his support to Miller, saying: "Obviously, we heard the news although we are unsure of all the details". All our thoughts go out to them.

The thoughts of everyone at Manchester United go out to Liam Miller and his loved ones at this hard time.

He tweeted: "Awful news about Liam Miller keep the fingers crossed that he somehow pulls through".

He also has 21 senior worldwide caps, and one goal, for the Republic of Ireland.

Tweets sent by the ex-Republic of Ireland international's former clubs and team-mates suggest that he is battling a serious illness, with Tam McManus, Alex Bruce and Noel Hunt having mentioned cancer in their messages.

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