The football world is in mourning after Irishman Liam Miller has tragically passed away at the age of just 36.
Some of Liam's former teammates were among the others who paid tribute to the midfielder. "We extend our deepest condolences to his loved ones at this hard time", the English club said on its official website.
"He was an unassuming young man off the pitch but he was a brilliant player on it".
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"I will for sure talk to Virgil about it", he added. "We are all human beings, we are influenced by circumstances". Will it have an influence? 'I sleep twice before we play Southampton so maybe I'll change my mind so we will see'.
After Hibs, Miller spent spells at Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City he returned to Ireland in 2015 to join Cork. "We extend our condolences to his loved ones at this extremely hard time".
Miller's death on Friday brought tributes from a number of his former clubs - including Leeds United, Hibernian, QPR and Sunderland.
The president of Ireland also took some time to pay his tribute to former Ireland star.
Miller is survived by wife Clare and his three children Kory, Leo and Belle. "Taken too young. Thoughts go out to his family".
"Myself and two of Liam's good friends were up with him the last night. We were pressing strongly and trying to find the breakthrough when Liam scored a magical goal that gave us momentum to win the game", said O'Neill.