Former Celtic and Manchester United midfielder Liam Miller has passed away at the age of 36.
The Irish star, who played more than three years in the A-League, tragically lost his battle with pancreatic cancer today.
Fans and players took to social media to express their shock and dismay at the death of the former Ireland international.
In a much travelled career he played for 12 clubs including Leeds, Queens Park Rangers and Hibernian.
He won the Scottish Premier League with Celtic in 2003/04 and the Championship with Sunderland in 2006/07.
A gifted playmaker, Miller starred for Perth Glory between 2011-13, and also had stints at Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City.
He won the Premiership-Championship double with Roar in 2014.
After leaving Australia he played for his hometown club Cork City before joining Wilmington Hammerheads in 2016.
News of his illness first emerged in November last year.
We have received the very sad news that Liam Miller has passed away tonight. The thoughts and prayers of everyone in the CSL are with Liam's family tonight.— Cork Schoolboys Lge (@corksl) February 9, 2018
A minutes silence will be observed in all CSL games this weekend in Liam's memory. May he rest in peace. pic.twitter.com/00A5WuDCrC
I’m afraid it is true that Liam Miller has sadly passed away today. Thoughts are with all his family and friends at this horrendous time. So sad.— Tam McManus (@The_Tman10) February 9, 2018
We are incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of former Hibernian midfielder Liam Miller. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time. pic.twitter.com/XWURtc72M3— Hibernian FC (@HibsOfficial) February 9, 2018
RIP Liam Miller 💚 pic.twitter.com/0OuBqlcJTG— Read Celtic (@ReadCeltic) February 9, 2018
RIP Liam Miller. Was lucky enough to room with Liam on a few international trips.. top player and a great person. Thoughts and prayers with his loved ones. 🙏🏽— STEVEN REID (@stevenreid12) February 9, 2018