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Former Black Cat passes away

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8:39am 10th February 2018
(Updated 9:11am 10th February 2018)

 Respects are being paid by fans and footballers across the country following the news a former Black Cat has passed away.

Yesterday it was announced the ex-Sunderland midfielder Liam Miller died at the age of 36 following a battle with cancer.

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