Cambridge City manager Robbie Nightingale continues to strengthen his squad for the new season with Ian Miller agreeing terms to join the Lilywhites.
The 33 year old central defender is no stranger to local football as he was captain of Cambridge United and led the U’s during their victorious campaign when they won promotion via the play-offs back to the football league. Prior to his time at United he was with Ipswich, Boston United and Darlington. He missed out playing for United for the majority of their first season back in the football league with an Achilles injury and was then subsequently released on a free transfer. He then went on to play for Needham Market, from where he joins City.
Nightingale said “Agreeing terms with Ian Miller is massive for us. He is a player that I have identified for a long while as someone who will bring the necessary experience and quality to the squad, and he is really pleased to be joining Cambridge City. It’s a real statement of intent from us as to where we want to go next season and I am both delighted and excited that he will be part of the City squad for the new campaign. I would also like to thank the Supporters Trust for their backing in enabling us to bring Ian to the club”.
Miller will join up with the rest of the City squad when they begin pre-season preparations.
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