The Funeral Of Liam Miller Has Taken Place In Cork Today
Hundreds of people turned out in his native Ovens to pay their respects to the 36 year old including soccer colleagues, friends and family.
Roy Keane, Martin O'Neill, Steve Staunton, Denis Irwin, John O'Shea and Kevin Doyle were among those in attendance.
Miller played for Man United, Celtic, and Cork City during his career as well as earning 21 caps for the national team.
He died on Friday after a battle with cancer.
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