Kenny Miller  Player Profile

Kenny Miller

Kenny Miller - Football

Country : ScotlandClub : Vancouver Whitecaps
Birthday : 23/12/1979Position : Attack
Location : Edinburgh 
Height : 1.75 m 
Weight : 68 kg 


Honours from Kenny Miller

Championship 2013 (Cardiff City)
Scottish Championship 1999 (Hibernian)
Scottish Cup 2002 (Rangers), 2007 (Celtic), 2009 (Rangers)
Scottish League Cup 2002, 2010, 2011 (Rangers)
Scottish Premiership 2007, 2008 (Celtic), 2009, 2010, 2011 (Rangers)

Statistics in club of Kenny Miller

Season 2014
Matches played: 0
 Minutes played: 0'  
 Yellow card:
 Red card:


Previous club(s) of Kenny Miller

  National Ch.Champions LeagueEuropa League
SeasonClub M. Goals M. Goals M. Goals
2014Vancouver Whitecaps63
2013Vancouver Whitecaps218
2012Vancouver Whitecaps22
2011-2012Cardiff City4510
2007-2008Derby County304
2003-2004Wolverhampton Wanderers252

Kenny Miller on Eurosport

Home comfort for McCoist

Home comfort for McCoist - 02/12/2013 - Football

Rangers manager Ally McCoist admitted he could not be any happier with the William Hill Scottish Cup draw after his side were paired at home to Ayr or

McCoist hoping for stability

McCoist hoping for stability - 22/11/2013 - Football - Scottish Football

Rangers manager Ally McCoist hopes the appointment of new chief executive Graham Wallace will bring some much-needed stability to the club at boardroom level.

Naismith happy for lone role

Naismith happy for lone role - 11/10/2013 - Football

Steven Naismith will be happy to take over the demanding lone-striker's role with Scotland that was recently vacated by Kenny Miller.

Mulgrew targets Euro 2016 finals

Mulgrew targets Euro 2016 finals - 10/10/2013 - Football

Charlie Mulgrew has targeted a place at the European Championship finals in 2016 with Scotland as another failed qualification campaign nears its end.

Snodgrass - I'd hate to miss finals

Snodgrass - I'd hate to miss finals - 03/09/2013 - Football - World Cup

Robert Snodgrass does not want to follow Kenny Miller into international retirement without an appearance in a major finals for Scotland.

Gallacher looks to be going on loan

Gallacher looks to be going on loan - 28/08/2013 - Football - Scottish Football

Rangers manager Ally McCoist is continuing attempts to move goalkeeper Scott Gallacher out on loan after releasing defender Darren Cole.

McCoist wants Miller

McCoist wants Miller - 28/08/2013 - Football

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has revealed he is interested in bringing Kenny Miller back to Ibrox.

Mulgrew surprised by Miller retirement

Mulgrew surprised by Miller retirement - 23/08/2013 - Football - World Cup

Scotland defender Charlie Mulgrew admitted he was "very surprised" to hear about Kenny Miller's international retirement.

Miller agonised over international retirement

Miller agonised over international retirement - 23/08/2013 - Football - World Cup

Gordon Strachan says he couldn't persuade Kenny Miller to reverse his decision to quit after seeing how hard the decision was.

Anya earns first Scotland call

Anya earns first Scotland call - 23/08/2013 - Football - World Cup

Watford's Ikechi Anya has won his first Scotland call-up after being named in Gordon Strachan's squad.

Kenny Miller retires from Scotland duty

Kenny Miller retires from Scotland duty - 23/08/2013 - Football - World Cup

Scotland striker Kenny Miller has retired from international football, less than 10 days after scoring against England.

Hutton draws confidence from loss

Hutton draws confidence from loss - 15/08/2013 - Football

Alan Hutton believes Scotland showed they are on the right road against England at Wembley despite their first meeting with the Auld Enemy in 14 years ending in

Strachan rues missed opportunity

Strachan rues missed opportunity - 15/08/2013 - Football - Scottish Football

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan believes a lack of concentration cost his side a victory which would have been talked about in 40 years' time.

Goal was pinnacle for Morrison

Goal was pinnacle for Morrison - 15/08/2013 - Football

James Morrison admits his opening goal for Scotland against England at Wembley was the highlight of his career but would have swapped it for a reversal of the 3

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