Full name: Scott Miller
Date of birth: 18 May 1972
Place of birth: Fremantle, Western Australia
Height: 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Scott Miller was born on 18 May 1972 into a family steeped in football tradition. Having come up through the junior ranks at Spearwood Dalmatinac he was playing first teamfootball at the age of 17. In early 1993 Miller joined Perth Italia and, following a brief loan to S-League club Sembawang, helped the Blues win the First Division championship, Top Four title and Cup trifecta. After two good seasons in Perth Kangaroos and in Morwell Falcons Miller was purchased from Perth Glory, the National Soccer League's newest addition. His hometown debut arrived against UTS Olympic in October 1996 and two months later he struck a memorable last-minute winner against Melbourne Knights. His lightning pace and close control lead to trials in the Netherlands and England during the off-season that followed.
Miller shared the Most Glorious Player award with New Zealand import Danny Hay and and won outright the Supporter's Player of the Year in 1997/98, and became the first Glory player to 100 game by turning out against Marconi Stallions in February 2000.
In June 2003 Miller became the first Glory player to make 200 appearance by helping the side to a 2-0 Grand Final win over Olympic Sharks and a few weeks later collected his second Most Glorious Player award.
Miller made his final appearance for Glory against Newcastle Jets in February 2006 before bowing out of professional football after 276 games.
|2008-2009||Perth Glory (Youth ass.)|
|2013-||Perth Glory (Youth)|
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