[Lancashire Evening Post] - Carlisle led through Lee Miller's seventh-minute effort but Alex Nicholls scored from the spot for the Saddlers eight minutes from the end. Bury moved above North End with a 3-2 home win over Yeovil. Ryan Dickson (10) cancelled out Steven Schumacher's
[The Star] - Luke James and Antony Sweeney had already put the hosts two up before Lee Miller was sent off 27 minutes in for serious foul play, and second-half goals from James and Colin Nish wrapped up the points for Pools. Brentford were also among the goals
[The Independent] - The Cumbrians will be without their talisman Lee Miller after he was red carded for a rather innocuous challenge on Andy Monkhouse at Hartlepool last weekend and the three-match suspension was upheld on appeal during the week.
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[The Independent] - MORE Jonny Lee Miller will play Sherlock Holmes in a US series set in New York. The star recently won a joint Best Actor prize with the BBC's Sherlock, Benedict Cumberbatch. "Let's hope their pilot script has stayed further away from our Sherlock than
[News & Star] - Carlisle United boss Greg Abbott admitted Lee Miller cannot return quickly enough after the Blues suffered their first Brunton Park blank for six months. Abbott bemoaned the absence of striker Miller to suspension as the Cumbrians failed to break
[The Guardian] - Last year Jonny Lee Miller and Benedict Cumberbatch shared a prestigious theatre award after alternating the lead roles in a West End production of Frankenstein. Now they are sharing a role again, after Miller was cast as Sherlock Holmes in a US series
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - The Cumbrians paid the price for failing to put the game to bed after Lee Miller had been gifted an early goal. The Saddlers' defence was caught napping in the seventh minute when Jon-Paul McGovern won possession before feeding Miller with a pass
[Thame Today] - Lee Miller, 28, of Watermead, qualified to represent his country at international competitions this year after a highly successful season. He said: “There are about 15 tournaments during the year which count towards qualifying.
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Another recent loan signing, Sunderland striker Jordan Cook, is pushing for a place in the XI after making his first appearance off the bench last week, but Lee Miller and Francois Zoko are likely to resume their partnership up front.
[Journal Live] - With Lee Miller's suspension situation and the size of the squad we'll try to keep him here.” Meanwhile, John Egan, Ryan Noble and Trevor Carson have all returned to Sunderland from their own loan spells at Crystal Palace, Derby County and Hull City
[NW Evening Mail] - With Dave Round Snr and Lee Miller at the heart of every attack, Town started the second half with all guns blazing, and the outstanding Miller volleyed home from a Danny Keenan corner. However, the comeback never materialised as Brad Palfreyman made
[Derbyshire Times] - The home side, without first choice men Lee Miller, James Berrett, Matty Robson and Rory Loy, two suspended and two injured, started brightly. They went close from a couple of corners, John-Paul McGovern's flag-kick almost went directly in and Lubomir
[Fire Industry Association] - Lee Miller, Shipley watch commander, revealed officers had struggled to put out the fire because the building had been in danger of collapsing. He told the Bradford Telegraph and Argus: "There was up to tyres involved and it caused quite a serious