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  • Current Liverpool player James Milner has played in numerous outfield positions including central midfield, wide midfield, right back, left back, winger and striker.Utility player-Wikipedia
  • During his time at Shakhtar, the Brazilian wore the number 7 shirt, but due to midfielder James Milner already occupying the number at City, Fernandinho had to choose another.Fernandinho (footballer, born May 1985)-Wikipedia
  • The second half featured more chances for Liverpool, including a shot by James Milner that beat goalkeeper Hugo Lloris but went wide of the goal.2019 UEFA Champions League Final-Wikipedia
  • 22 July 2010: Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill announces that he is willing sell to midfielder James Milner after the player expressed his desire to leave the club.2010–11 in English football-Wikipedia
  • Hodgson made the decision to replace James Milner with Theo Walcott and this substitution changed the game with Walcott scoring the equalising goal and then assisting Danny Welbeck's winner.Roy Hodgson-Wikipedia
  • Young won two penalties in the first half of the match (one that he missed, the other that was converted by James Milner) as Aston Villa were eliminated from the tournament on the away goals rule.Ashley Young-Wikipedia

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