Paul Millar

Paul Millar

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Paul William Millar (born 16 November 1966) is a Northern Irish football player turned manager, currently manager of Larne.

As a player, he played in Midfield and attack. He started at Glentoran, moving on to Portadown, before signing with Port Vale in 1988. Three years later he transferred to Cardiff City. In 1995 he left the Football League to return to Ireland, signing with Linfield and later returned to Wales to play for Bangor. He also won youth caps for his country, and also earned a Northern Ireland B cap.

As a manager, he was appointed manager of Bangor, before moving on to Ballymena United. In 2005 he was made manager of Newry City, moving on to Glentoran the next season, and then returning to the management position at Bangor in 2007. In 2008, he was appointed manager at Larne.

Playing career

Millar started his career with Glentoran, after scoring 15 goals in 28 appearances, he moved to Portadown. The young forward was selected as the Irish Young Footballer of the Year in 1986. He joined Port Vale in the English Third Division for £20,000 in December 1988. After playing just one reserve team game he seriously damaged his knee ligaments in training and after recovering finally made his debut in a 1–1 home draw with Middlesbrough on 30 October 1989, coming on as a substitute. With Vale now competing in the Second Division he struggled to gain a place in the first team and was loaned to Fourth Division Hereford United in October 1990, returning to Vale the next...
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