The former Celtic, Manchester United and Republic of Ireland midfielder Liam Miller has died at the age of 36 from pancreatic cancer.
Miller's family and friends announced in November that he was suffering from the disease and he that he had had treatment in the United States before flying home to Ireland for chemotherapy.
The father of three, who made 21 appearances for the national side, began his career with Celtic before Sir Alex Ferguson took the Republic of Ireland international to Manchester United in 2004.
Miller spent two years at Old Trafford with six months on loan at Leeds before a three-year spell at Sunderland.
After moves to QPR and Hibernian, Miller spent four years in the Australian A-League before signing for American third tier side Wilmington Hammerheads in 2015.
His old friend Tam McManus broke the news and his former clubs and team-mates united to pay tribute:
I’m afraid it is true that Liam Miller has sadly passed away today. Thoughts are with all his family and friends at this horrendous time. So sad.— Tam McManus (@The_Tman10) February 9, 2018
Everyone at #CelticFC is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of former midfielder Liam Miller. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this time.— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) February 9, 2018
RIP Liam, YNWA. pic.twitter.com/vMkT1CtJ2m
We are incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of former Hibernian midfielder Liam Miller. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time. pic.twitter.com/XWURtc72M3— Hibernian FC (@HibsOfficial) February 9, 2018
RIP Liam Miller. Devastating news. Great player but more importantly fantastic person. So sad. Thoughts with his family.— Danny Higginbotham (@Higginbotham05) February 9, 2018
RIP Liam Miller. Was lucky enough to room with Liam on a few international trips.. top player and a great person. Thoughts and prayers with his loved ones. ����— STEVEN REID (@stevenreid12) February 9, 2018