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Jul, 16, 2012

Miller signs for Whitecaps

Cardiff City have announced that Kenny Miller has left the club to join MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps.

Kenny, 32, signed for Cardiff from Bursaspor last summer, scoring eleven goals in 49 appearances during the 2011-12 campaign.

He has now agreed a deal with Vancouver Whitecaps, although the details of the fee and contract length have not been disclosed.

Miller said on his new side's official website: "I'm delighted to be making this move to Major League Soccer and Vancouver Whitecaps. I have heard many great things about the club and the city of Vancouver, and have been impressed by the standard of MLS. To have the chance to continue my career in North America with Whitecaps FC is a fantastic opportunity for me and my family."

Whitecaps head coach Martin Rennie said: "We're delighted to bring an experienced striker like Kenny to our club. He has been a proven goalscorer with big clubs in Scotland and played in the England Premier League. His speed, energy, and work rate will be a valuable asset to our club, as we look to have a strong second half of the season in MLS."

Cardiff wrote on their official website: "We'd like to thank Kenny for his contribution to Cardiff City Football Club and wish him the very best of luck for the rest of his career."

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