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It was a frustrating spell for Mickel Miller after he signed for Argyle in the summer of 2022. 

Mickel wowed during pre-season, but was injured on the eve of the new campaign, missing several months with a thigh injury. He returned to make his debut in November at Burton Albion, and played four times before injury ruled him out again. In the end, he played 12 times in his first season with Argyle. 

Miller began his career at Isthmian League side Carshalton Athletic before moving to Scotland to play for Scottish Premiership side Hamilton Academical. He spent two-and-a-half seasons at Hamilton, scoring 12 goals in 67 appearances, before returning south of the border to Rotherham United. 

His move back to England saw Mickel join Rotherham on a free transfer in the summer of 2020. He would go on to spend the second part of that season on loan at Sky Bet League One side Northampton Town, featuring in the Cobblers 2-0 victory over Argyle.

Mickel scored four times in 30 games in a very successful 2021/22 season for Rotherham, as they won promotion to the Sky Bet Championship and claimed the Papa Johns Trophy. The London-born wing-back started the final at Wembley as Rotherham beat Sky Bet League Two side Sutton United, 4-2 after extra time.