Miller facing Gills exit

FORMER Dagenham & Redbridge loanee Adam Miller could find himself a free agent in the near future after Gillingham admitted they were considering paying off his contract.

by MIKE SIMMONDS

FORMER Dagenham & Redbridge loanee Adam Miller could find himself a free agent in the near future after Gillingham admitted they were considering paying off his contract.

Miller, 27, who spent two months at Victoria Road recently, has gone back to Priestfield after playing eight times for Daggers.

With Portsmouth youngster Marlon Pack joining on loan, and former Millwall player Danny Spiller signing a new deal until the end of season, manager John Still opted against extending Miller's time at the club.


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The ex-Stevenage man was hoping to land a permanent role with Daggers, but with his contract up at the end of the season, he may find himself without a club after Gills boss Mark Stimson confirmed he wasn't in his first-team plans.

"He's not in the starting plans but he might get on the bench. If we can pay him off it might free up some money to get someone else in," he said.

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"He could go out on loan, and his agents are in negotiation with the chairman about a pay-off, but we will wait and see. He's only got until the end of the season."

The Post is now on Twitter, so if you follow twitter.com/Post_DagRed then you will get up to the minute updates on goings on at Victoria Road

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