Willie Miller

Read all the news about Celtic hero Willie Miller. Willie Miller was born in Larkhall, Scotland on 20 October 1924. Died 23 May 2005, aged 80

Miller was signed by Celtic in May 1942, and made his debut in the following August, aged just 17. He remained at Celtic Park until 1950, but he won no medals. On the resumption of international football after the Second World War, Miller was first choice for Scotland. He also represented the Scottish League XI seven times between March 1947 and November 1948.

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BBC Sportsound · Dec 13

Sportsound 13 Dec 18

All the full time reaction from Celtic 1-2 RB Salzburg and Rapid Vienna 1-0 Rangers with the thoughts of Scott McDonald, Pat Bonnar, Billy Dodds and Willie Miller...

BBC Sportsound · Dec 13
The Celtic Star · Dec 11

Jim Craig – Goalkeepers and Celtic’s outside-left Hugh O’Donnell

After the death of John Thomson in 1931, Joe Kennaway was brought over from Canada to replace him and held the position for the remainder of the 1930s.

The Celtic Star · Dec 11
Inside Futbol · Sep 2

Disappointed With Steven Gerrard’s Tactics At Celtic – Former Scotland Star

Willie Miller has admitted to feeling a sense of disappointment with Rangers’ tactics against Celtic at Parkhead...

Inside Futbol · Sep 2
The Celtic Star · Nov 11

Jim Craig – A young man from Blantyre called John Fallon signed for Celtic

After the death of John Thomson in 1931, Celtic tried out two local keepers before Joe Kennaway was brought over from Canada as a replacement and held the position for the remainder of the 1930s...

The Celtic Star · Nov 11
BBC Sportsound · Oct 25

Sportsound Podcast: 25 Oct 18

Full-time reaction to both RB Leipzig 2-0 Celtic and Rangers 0-0 Spartak Moscow with Richard Gordon, Tom English, Willie Miller and Steven Thompson...

BBC Sportsound · Oct 25
The Celtic Star · Aug 22

Jim Craig – Willie Miller’s Celtic debut

There were 16 teams in the Scottish League, Southern Division for the 1942/43 season and this was Celtic’s third match of the campaign.

The Celtic Star · Aug 22
The Celtic Star · Aug 19

Jim Craig – ‘The Albion Rovers centre-half was a certain Jock Stein’

In the summer of 1944, with the 2nd World War nearing its conclusion, Celtic were playing in the Southern Division of the Scottish league and had opened the campaign with a fine 4-1 victory over Hearts at Parkhead...

The Celtic Star · Aug 19
BBC · Aug 4

‘Disrespectful’ to say Rangers are Celtic’s closest challengers – Miller

Rangers being considered Celtic’s closest challengers this season is “disrespectful” to Aberdeen, says former Pittodrie captain Willie Miller...

BBC · Aug 4
BBC Sportsound · May 19

Sportsound 19 May 2018 – Celtic Win the Double Treble

Reaction as Celtic beat Motherwell 2-0 to win the Scottish Cup and clinch a historic double treble...

BBC Sportsound · May 19
BBC Sportsound · Apr 15

Sportsound Podcast: 15 April 18

Richard Gordon is joined by Pat Bonner, Billy Dodds, Willie Miller, Steven Thompson and Michael Stewart to analyse Celtic’s comprehensive 4-0 win over Rangers in the Scottish Cup semi-final...

BBC Sportsound · Apr 15
Inside Futbol · Aug 22

Scott McKenna Has A Price – Aberdeen Legend On Celtic’s Defensive Target

Aberdeen legend Willie Miller believes his former club will sell Celtic defensive target Scott McKenna at a certain price...

Inside Futbol · Aug 22
Daily Record · Feb 26

Aberdeen legend Willie Miller lays into Derek McInnes’ tactics against Celtic

The Pittodrie icon has slammed the manager’s thinking that again cost Dons points against the champions...

Daily Record · Feb 26

Saying Rangers are Celtic’s closet challengers is disrespectful to Aberdeen

Aberdeen and Scotland legend Willie Miller has hit out at those who claim Rangers are Celtic’s closet challengers as being ‘disrespectful’ to Aberdeen.The Dons host Steven Gerrard’s side on Sunday and have been second to Celtic for the past four seasons, but former Rangers midfielder Charlie Adam claimed that every other club ‘will be trying to catch’ Rangers.But Miller hit back at Adam, saying: “We’ve heard this every season with no real thought behind it.”They’ve not managed to achieve it and they’ve be...

Sportsound Podcast : 04 Nov 18

Richard Gordon, Willie Miller & Livingston manager Gary Holt discuss Aberdeen’s victory at Kilmarnock, with the Dons coming from behind to claim all 3 points...

BBC Sportsound · Oct 14

Sportsound Podcast: 14 Oct 18: Scotland 1-3 Portugal

Post-match reaction as Scotland suffer a home friendly defeat to Portugal at Hampden...

BBC Sportsound · Oct 14
BBC Sportsound · Sep 21

Sportsound podcast 21 Sep 18

David Currie is joined by Willie Miller, Billy Dodds and Liam McLeod for a footie preview...

BBC Sportsound · Sep 21

Sportsound Podcast: Scotland 0-4 Belgium

Post-match reaction as Scotland suffer a heavy defeat to Belgium at Hampden Park...

Sportsound Podcast: 7 Jun 18

FT reaction to Scotland Women 2-1 Belarus with Julie Fleeting and Willie Miller...

BBC Sportsound · May 12

Sportsound Podcast: 12 May 18

Richard Gordon is joined by Willie Miller, Michael Stewart and Barry Wilson as Ross County are relegated and Partick Thistle secure a place in the Premiership playoff final...

BBC Sportsound · May 12
VideoCelts · Feb 18

Willie Miller slates SFA over ‘total farce’

Nothing to do with their qualities, but because they’re ex-Scotland managers, and if you threw Gordon Strachan’s name into that list then he probably had more right to be kept back on as manager because he didn’t leave, the other two left for club jobs...

VideoCelts · Feb 18
BBC Sportsound · Dec 16, 2017

Sportsound Podcast: 16 Dec 17

Steven Thompson, Derek Ferguson, Tam McManus, Barry Wilson, Chick Young, Craig Paterson and Willie Miller join Richard Gordon for reaction and analysis as St Johnstone beat Rangers at Ibrox for the first time in the league since 1971 and Aberdeen thrash Hibs 4-1 at Pittodrie...

BBC Sportsound · Dec 16, 2017
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