Bo’ness, West Lothian born inside or outside left Andy Miller began his football career with Newton Thistle, and played for Vale of Grange in 1918 and Croy Celtic in 1919, from where he was signed by Glasgow Celtic in August 1920, making his Scottish League debut against Hamilton Academical the next month. His only goal in 5 matches for Celtic came in a 3-0 victory over Hibernian in April 1921. He also played in Charlie Shaw’s benefit match on 5th Oct 1920 against a strong Central League XI that included Joe Dodds and Arthur McInally.
Loaned firstly to Dumbarton Harp in 1921 and then to Dumbarton in July 1922, where he was a near ever present for two seasons scoring 15 goals in 77 appearances, he was then sold to First Division club Nottingham Forest in July 1924, where he made his Football League debut against Arsenal that August, but he only made 5 appearances for Forest in the autumn of 1924 before returning to Scotland to join hometown club Bo’ness in 1925. His career thereafter is not completely certain but he appears to have played for Camelon Juniors in 1927 and for Montrose in 1929, and may well have played for Stenhousemuir around this period before his eventual retirement.