Liam Miller played his 50th game for Playford when he appeared for the Reserves for the final 10 minutes against Felixstowe Rangers Reserves.
He made his debut the third week of the 09/10 season coming off the bench again for the final ten minutes. Two weeks later he was off the mark in front of goal scoring in a 7-0 win against Palgrave Harts. By the end of the season he had scored 5 goals including an impressive brace against Brookhayes in an equally impressive 4-2 win.
He then missed the 10/11 season through injury before returning to the side and his goalscoring, hitting 9 in 18 games, including two further braces one against Sizewell and another against Drum and Monkey. For the former he received his first man of the match.
His third season saw another heathly goal return of eight that included a birthday hat-trick against Thurston.
Injury has hampered the last two years but he has returned to assist our early season player-shortage this term and reached his half centry of games.
Liam is a striker who knows where the goals is and 22 goals in 50 appearances, many of which were from the bench, is a very good return. In fact he has one of the best goals-to-minutes ratios at the club. Despite his reduced playing time over the last six years, Liam has been invaluable to Playford, assisting the management team and scouting players so long may our association continue.