Millers Making His Mind Up Then?
Tom Miller does not appear to be going to Wycombe Wanderers FC after all. The former Norwich City, Rangers and Newport County midfielder come defender has been pivotal in the Imps battle to beat the drop. By his own admission he enjoyed the run-in last season and the Bank brave-heart’s award for away player of the season 2012/13, was richly deserved. Thankfully a lack of any official bids does seem to suggest that he will join close pal, Andrew Boyce, in signing a new two year deal at the Imps after the completion of he and the manager’s holidays. That will be fantastic news for Imps scurrying to purchase discounted season tickets.
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Tom is a hero and together with Andrew and Nat Brown, the Imps look set for a terrific season next term. A utility defender/midfielder with a throw like a javelin, Tom epitomise the none-shall-pass, never say die, attitude of the Sincil Six-foot Soldiers along with Boycey. These two throw life and limb on the line for the whole 90 minutes, week in week out. So does Dan Gray and Brownie, suggesting our back-four are Sincil Bank brave-hearts, dependable Dogs of War home and away.
Come on Tom, you are our heartbeat, sign and be the inspiration for the Rise of The Imps.
|Tom Miller’s Imp stats 2012/13|
|Tom Miller’s Imp stats 2011/12|
|Tom Miller’s Exiles stats 2011/12|
|FULL NAME||Thomas William Miller|
|DATE OF BIRTH||29 June 1990 (age 21)|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Ely,|
|HEIGHT||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|WEIGHT||11 st 8 lb 75.54 KG|
|PLAYING POSITION DEFENDER / MIDFIELDER|
|CURRENT CLUB||Lincoln City|
Posted on May 31, 2013, in Squad, Transfer News, Writers - Neil Gentleman-Hobbs and tagged Newport County AFC, Norwich City FC, Rangers FC, Tom Miller Lincoln City FC, Wycombe Wanderers FC. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.