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Midfielder Adam Miller makes Cambridge move

Adam Miller
Miller has had loan spells at Peterborough and Dagenham

Cambridge United have signed midfielder Adam Miller on a three-year deal after being released by Gillingham.

The 28-year-old said he turned down offers from Football League clubs to join Martin Ling's side.

He told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire: "The way Martin Ling went about things was a massive part in me signing.

"The way he went about things was just like a League manager and in my mind he still is and I feel like I can help us get into the Football League."

Miller began his career as an Ipswich trainee before signing for Canvey Island and moving onto Ebbsfleet and then Aldershot.

He signed for QPR in November 2004 and moved to Stevenage two years later, scoring 11 goals in 60 games, and then Gillingham, netting 11 times in 88 appearances.

"I've done the business at this level before and I know I'll be able to do the same again," he added.

"I feel I've grown in different ways and I'm more than confident I'm going to get my goals in that league."

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