Stephen McMillan

Stephen McMillan

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Stephen Thomas "Steve" McMillan (born January 19, 1976 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish former footballer, who retired from professional football in February 2007. He played for Motherwell and Wigan Athletic.


McMillan started his career at Scottish side Motherwell in 1993. While at Motherwell, McMillan suffered a broken leg, which would lead to several injury problems in his later career. However, he quickly bounced back from that unfortunate incident to develop into an all-around defender able to move forward into attacking positions when needed. McMillan was sold to Wigan Athletic from Motherwell in March 2001 for a sum of £550,000. He was an instant hit at Wigan, but a series of injuries ruined his career. He suffered a knee injury setback in 2004, and was out of the game for almost a year, not making an appearance until late in the 2004-05 season. He was only able to make 5 appearances in Wigan's successful promotion season that season, and he lost his place to youngster Leighton Baines. McMillan only made two league appearances for Wigan in their debut Premiership season against Charlton He picked up a bad knee injury in the Carling Cup semi-final against Arsenal, which ruled him out for the rest of the season. A year after the knee injury, McMillan announced his retirement on 27 February 2007.


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