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Jonny Miller

Miller time


defensive midfield


Street, Somerset.

City Career  
Transfer Details: Amongst Tim Harris' first batch of City signings when moving from Street in January 2006.
City Debut: v Bath City (h) SLPD, 21st January '06, Lost 2-0.
City Stats

2005/6: 15 Apps, 2 Goals
2006/7: 18(4) Apps, 0 Goals
Totals: 33(4) Apps, 2 Goals

Career Club History: Yeovil Town, Street Town, Weston-super-Mare Town, Street Town, Gloucester City, Street Town (loan 06/7)
Honours: none known

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Jonny Miller was a solid versatile defensive player who could play anywhere across midfield or defence, although most usually appeared at right-back in his time with City. Miller is solid in the tackle and whilst not overly blessed with pace he is difficult to shake off for any attacker. Miller can also put over a good cross, passes well and has a decent shot on him, although his most eye-catching attacking weapon is an enormous long throw which gives another option to bother the opposition with. Released at the end of November 2006 having lost his place in the side and with a need to find some room in the budget his perceived loss of form and fitness led to his departure.

Miller in action vs Bedford

Miller was one of the first signings made by new City boss Tim Harris in January 2006, doubtless in part because of his unfussy reliability and his ability to play in several roles. His arrival at City came about because of his previous link with then City assistant boss Chris Smith who previously coached him at Weston-super-Mare Town. Whilst Miller seems to have been plucked from the relative obscurity of his hometown club Screwfix Western League outfit Street Town he is already a familiar name to City fans. His brace for the Somerset team proved costly to the Tigers last season when his goals helped the side from three divisions below send us crashing out of the FA Cup in a humbling 3-2 defeat.

Whilst Miller was never a player who readily caught the eye he was perhaps a more solid defensive option at right-back than more adventurous players in the city squad. Played a crucial role in helping the club escape relegation in the Spring of 2006 and during that time was part of the team that put together our best defensive record since the club moved to Meadow Park - going more than five games without conceding a goal.


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