Scotland eye Town star
SCOTLAND are targeting Ipswich Town midfield man Tommy Miller.Archie Gemmill, the former Scotlandinternational midfielder, who now scouts for the Berti Vogts regime north of the border, was at Portman Road for last night's Carling Cup victory over Kidderminster.
By Dave Allard
SCOTLAND are targeting Ipswich Town midfield man Tommy Miller.
Archie Gemmill, the former Scotland
international midfielder, who now scouts for the Berti Vogts regime north of the border, was at Portman Road for last night's Carling Cup victory over Kidderminster.
Miller's grandmother comes from Scotland and he could possibly be on the verge of an international call-up.
Willie Donachie, the ex-Scotland
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international defender who is number two to Joe Royle at Ipswich, tipped off Gemmill about Miller's potential.
Miller had a very good game in the Town midfield as Royle's side beat Kidderminster 1-0 in extra-time to progress to the second round of the Carling Cup.
"It could be good for Tommy. We'll have to wait and see," said Royle.
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