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Place of birth  Glasgow, Scotland
Name  Chris Millar
Career start  2003
Years  Team
Weight  65 kg
Number  7
Height  1.75 m
Role  Footballer


Full name  Christopher Alexander Millar
Date of birth  (1983-03-30) 30 March 1983 (age 32)
Current team  St. Johnstone F.C. (#7 / Midfielder)
Similar People  Murray Davidson, Alan Mannus, Michael O'Halloran, Steven Anderson, Danny Swanson
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Playing position  Central Midfielder

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Christopher Alexander "Chris" Millar (born 30 March 1983) is a Scottish footballer, who plays for St Johnstone as a midfielder.

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Career

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Millar was born in Glasgow. After being released by Celtic in February 2003, Millar signed for then Scottish Football League Third Division side Greenock Morton.

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Millar made his Morton debut away at Montrose on 25 February 2003. He was a member of Morton's 2002–03 Scottish Third Division championship-winning team that season.

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On 21 December 2007, it was announced on Greenock Morton's website that Millar had signed a pre-contract agreement with St Johnstone. He officially signed with the club on 1 May 2008. Millar helped St Johnstone win the 2008–09 Scottish First Division and promotion to the Scottish Premier League. Millar continued to play regularly for St Johnstone in the top flight and helped the club win the 2013–14 Scottish Cup. He signed a two-year contract with St Johnstone in January 2015.

Career statistics

As of 17 July 2017

Honours

St Johnstone
  • First Division: 2008–09
  • Scottish Cup: 2013–2014
  • Greenock Morton
  • Second Division: 2006–07
  • Third Division: 2002–03
  • References

    Chris Millar Wikipedia