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Millers Tale set to end...

Tommy Miller is expected to join Andy Welsh, Jon Stead and Rory Delap out of the exit door on loan in the next few days.

The Wearside-born midfielder has not had the best of times since joining his boyhood club last summer, one of many players to underperform in the Premiership last season, while failing to make any appearances under new boss Roy Keane.

Miller is expected to re-join his old side Ipswich on loan till the new year with a permanent deal confirmed in January, although Southampton are also said to be keen on the midfielder.

A deal to one of these clubs is expected to be sorted by next week, while Keane looks to strengthen his squad with further loans after signing Welsh international Lewin Nyatanga.

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Date:Thursday October 19 2006

Time: 5:29PM

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