Former Brisbane Roar defender Scott Miller has revealed he’s “fantastically optimistic” for the future of the Brisbane Roars, with the club still a long way off winning promotion back into the Premier League.
Key points:Miller said he’s been “pretty disappointed” with the way things have gone for the Roar this seasonThe former Brisbane Roamers defender has enjoyed “the best four years” of his careerBut the 33-year-old says he’s also “been pretty disappointed” at how things have been going for the club, with manager Ryan Nelsen “looking to make changes” following a disappointing first half of the season.
Miller is now hoping to be given the opportunity to return to the Roars’ starting line-up at the start of the 2018-19 season, after a three-month injury lay-off.
“The next four to six months are going.
I’m going to have a fantastic future in Brisbane and hopefully we’re still in the Premier Leagues,” Miller said.”
I don’t think I’m too disappointed with the first half.
We’re definitely still in it.”
We have got a few things to work on but it’s a great club and I’ve enjoyed it.
The manager looks to make some changes but he’s looking to do that as quickly as possible.
“Miller said there was no pressure on him to play at a high level after spending the first two seasons of his Roar career in the Brisbane Broncos’ midfield.”
We have to play the game and it’s going to come down to that.””
It’s all about the team winning games.
We have to play the game and it’s going to come down to that.”
Miller was one of Brisbane’s key performers during the 2015-16 season, playing 18 games and averaging 21 disposals per game.
He’s been a key cog in the Roaring’s midfield this season, having played 13 of the Roarr’s 17 matches and kicked five goals.
Miller, who will be a free agent in the off-season, was also asked if he was disappointed with his season so far.
“It’s been fantastic.
It’s been amazing.
I don’t have any doubts,” he said.
Miller has scored four goals and had five assists for Brisbane this season.
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