Date: 2nd February 2015 at 8:36pm
Written by:

Huddersfield have officially confirmed the signing of striker Ishmael Miller from Blackpool, formerly with the likes of Man City, West Brom and Nottingham Forest.

Shortly after the confirmation of Paul Dixon, who had his contract cancelled my mutual consent, we announced the arrival of the 27-year-old on a short-term contract that runs until the end of the season – this deal comes with the option of another year….

Chris Powell has been looking for another striker and he’s told the official website that he was ‘happy’ to bring him in ahead of the transfer window closing with him certain that he’ll ‘complement James Vaughan and Nahki Wells and the likes of Harry Bunn and Sean Scannell.’

The challenge has been laid down to Miller to prove his worth and earn a long-term deal at the John Smith’s, with him a player that’s well known to those that have given Powell a glowing reference for him.

Powell said: ‘Having started his career at Manchester City, he is very well known to both Steve Eyre and Frankie Bunn. They’ve played a key part in his development and early professional career, and they`ve both given him good references as a footballer and as an individual.

‘Now the ball is in Ishmael’s court; it’s down to him to do well for the Club and see if he can earn a longer-term deal. He’s a talented lad who has commanded millions of pounds in transfer fees during his career. At aged 27 he has a lot to offer.’

He’s right; it’s now down to Ishmael! We’ve all seen what you can do, so let’s see you perform positively for us….

This site is looking for bloggers, so if you’re a fan that can offer us a genuine opinion we would love to share it with the masses!

To email your own unique article/blog for publishing

Join The Vital Debate


One Reply to “Miller Deal Confirmed”

  • Not sure on this one, hope Powell knows best but Miller’s bounced around a fair few clubs recently and was turfed out at Yeovil. I’ll give him a chance and the benefit of the doubt but his record with Blackpool wasn’t great was it?

Comments are closed.