Harold Miller (footballer)

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This article is about the English footballer. For the Church of Ireland bishop, see Harold Miller (bishop).

Harold Sydney 'Dusty' Miller (20 May 1902 – 24 October 1988) was an English footballer who played between the wars.[1]

An inside-forward, Miller's first professional club were Charlton Athletic, whom he joined from amateurs St Albans City. Miller made 20 appearances for Charlton, scoring 11 times. He won a solitary cap for England, which came against Sweden on 24 May 1923. Miller scored in this match as England won 3-1. He moved to across London to Chelsea in June 1923 for a fee of £1,500. He remained there until 1939, making 365 appearances and scoring 44 goals.

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