May 08

Alex MillerIt seems everywhere you look Ex-Hibs managers are making headlines. Tony Mowbray has just taken West Brom back to the Premiership in his first full season there, Alex McLeish is about to get Birmingham City relegated from the Premiership in his first season and now I hear Alex Miller has left his job as first team coach (ie. assistant manager) at Liverpool, where he won the Champions League for a job at struggling but nicely named J-League outfit JEF United Chiba.

JEF United Chiba are currently at the bottom of the First Division in Japan and haven’t won in 11 games. Not the easiest job in the world to take on then. Still, twenty 0-0 draws in a row and they might not get relegated.

Wonder what Blobby Williamson is up to?

4 Responses to “Alex Miller leaves Liverpool for J-League”

  1. Poker Rakeback Says:

    JEF United Chiba do not perform well and that’s why the chairman are provide high salary to hire Alex Miller.

    Alex leave because he like the challenge and of course money

  2. Stu Says:

    I liked the comment of a friend:

    “There’s a turn up for the books, a Brit torturing the **** out of the Japanese.”

    Stu’s last blog post..Beggar Man

  3. Gavin Smith Says:

    Alex Miller should do well over there.

    Great man and much love for the time he spent at liverpool

    Gavin Smith’s last blog post..Finnan welcomes the opposition

  4. Open Says:

    Please teach the rest of these internet hogiaolns how to write and research!

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