The former Ireland international Liam Miller has died from pancreatic cancer aged 36.
The former Republic of Ireland midfielder who also played for Manchester United, Celtic, and Cork City, had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in November 2017.
Miller began his career at Celtic and later joined Manchester United in 2004.
He played a total of 21 times for Ireland.
Tributes have been paid on Twitter tonight.
Not only a talented footballer but, more importantly, it sounds like Liam Miller was a great man. Thoughts with his loved ones at this awful time. Taken far too soon— Simon Peach (@SimonPeach) February 10, 2018
You got to wear the shirt we all wanted to wear and lived the dream.— Mikey David Smith (@MikeyDavidSmith) February 10, 2018
Cancer is a horrific disease. Such a young man but achieved so much. Thoughts are with the family.
Rest in Peace Liam Miller, You’ll Never Walk Alone 💚🇮🇪🍀 #43 pic.twitter.com/QWGSPxnyB0
RIP Liam Miller. Some very sad news tonight folks 😔.— TheSportsBabble (@thesportsbabble) February 10, 2018
RIP Liam Miller 😢🇮🇪 pic.twitter.com/960PqOwmKk— Lee (@ThrillingTheo) February 10, 2018
RIP Liam Millerhttps://t.co/zJCd1HA7px— Victor O'Neill (@victor_oneill) February 10, 2018
We have received the very sad news that Liam Miller has passed away tonight. The thoughts and prayers of everyone in the CSL are with Liam's family tonight.— Cork Schoolboys Lge (@corksl) February 9, 2018
A minutes silence will be observed in all CSL games this weekend in Liam's memory. May he rest in peace. pic.twitter.com/00A5WuDCrC
– Digital Desk