Ian Jonathan Miller (born 23 November 1983) is an English professional footballer who plays for Isthmian League Premier Division side Needham Market as a defender.

After starting his career in non-League football with Bury Town, Miller moved into the Football League with Ipswich Town. He also spent time on loan in the lower divisions of the Football League at Boston United and Darlington, before joining Darlington on a permanent basis in 2008. He left that club in late 2011 and joined Grimsby Town soon afterwards.

As captain of Cambridge United he led the team to a second-place finish and F.A Trophy glory at Wembley. During the play-off final Miller received a ruptured Achilles' tendon in the final minutes of the game, despite this he still lifted the trophy - whilst in a wheelchair - as Cambridge won 2-1 against Gateshead, sending the club into the Football League.

The injury ruled him out for the majority of the next season. After playing very few games he was released on a free transfer.

After his time as captain at Cambridge United Miller became the club's Community Football Manager, while also playing on a part-time basis for Needham Market



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