1955 – William Ferguson Miller, MBE was born on the 2nd day of May in Glasgow.He played in defense. He also won 65 international caps for Scotland and is a member of the Scotland Football Hall of Fame.
1972 – He signed for Aberdeen at the age of seventeen and was made captain four years later.
1983 – He was involved in possibly the best era ever for Aberdeen who, under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson, won the Cup Winners’ Cup in this year.
1992 – In February of this year, he stepped up from his position as a club coach to become manager, but despite some limited success was sacked in 1995. Miller was replaced by Roy Aitken. At the same year, he then joined the BBC as a football commentator.