When news happens, text LT and your photos and videos to 80360. Or contact us by email or phone.
Tributes to Brian Miller
View our Brian Miller photo gallery here.
Brian Miller - one of Burnley Football Club's greatest servants - died on Saturday morning, aged 70.
Miller, a one-club man who dedicated more than four decades to the Clarets, passed away peacefully at Burnley General Hospital following a short illness.
He was surrounded by his family.
Popular Burnley-born Miller was at the club through its highs and lows.
He managed the Clarets twice, and was in the hot-seat for that unforgettable victory over Orient in 1987, which preserved Burnley's Football League status.
CONDOLENCELet us know your best memories of Brian Miller by leaving your comments below.
He was also a star player for the Clarets, and was part of the 1960 Championship-winning side.
In fact, he played in every league and cup game that season.
A year later, he was capped by England for the match against Austria.
Miller played a role in all four Championship sides.
In 1960, he was a player. In 1973, a coach. He was manager in 1982 and chief scout in 1992.
Brian's son David went on to play for Burnley, as did son-in law Derek Scott, and his sons Chris and Paul.
He will always be remembered as a great servant to Burnley Football Club.