New Storm Player?

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  1. Mad Header

    Mad Header Member

    Mar 8, 2001
    Mt Prospect
    Not sure of the date of this article, but it is from
    Kind of interesting.

    Geofrey Miller Ready For Comeback

    By Julu M. Johnson, Jr.
    The Liberian international midfielder Geofrey Miller will soon hit the pitch following a long absence contributed by injuries.

    The drag-logged player intends to begin his comeback to the game he loves with the Chicago Storm, an outfit playing in the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) in the United States.

    Although Miller hopes to complete a contract with the Chicago Storm in August this year, the midfielder has not ruled out the option of playing in Europe and Asia, where most of his compatriots are now plying their trade.

    The 27-year old Liberian prodigy has played in the US A-League for the Raleigh Flyers in 2003 but the team folded thereafter.

    Before then, he had a stint in Germany at Offenback Kickers following his graduation from the North Carolina State University for which he played in the Atlantic Course Conference.

    Having had a fracture in his foot, Miller believed that it was not over for his football sojourn when he returned to his native Liberia last year. His several training sessions with the Liberian national team led to his selection for four Lone Star matches against Togo, Zambia, Mali and Senegal in the joint 2006 African Nations and World Cup qualifiers in Group One.

    Being with his Liberian colleagues on national team duties have been sufficient reasons why Miller is keen on returning to soccer.

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