"I gave him his debut as a kid at Celtic, he played wonderfully well". I think he's got three children as well. "It puts things in perspective".
Meyler said: "We've obviously heard the news".
"That's from the whole team and everyone".
"Was in the US for treatment this month and flys back tomorrow to start chemo here".
Celtic wrote on their official Twitter account: "The thoughts and prayers of everyone at Celtic Football Club are with Liam Miller and his family at this time".
Miller progressed through the youth ranks at Celtic before being handed his league debut in May 2000 - a month before O'Neill took over as manager.
Two of Miller's former clubs, Celtic and Manchester United, are both offering their help and support.
Charlie Adam tweeted: "Thoughts are with Liam miller and his family at this tough time.#staystrong".
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He also played for Leeds United, Sunderland, QPR and Hibernian before heading to Australia. "Thoughts and prayers are with my old team Mate and friend Liam Miller as he and his lovely family fight through this battle!"
Republic of Ireland global David Meyler said the squad are thinking about their compatriot ahead of their play-off match against Denmark.
Some incredibly sad news began to emerge last night that former Irish global Liam Miller was gravely ill, fighting cancer.
The talented midfielder had been playing for Wilmington Hammerheads F.C. since February 2016. "The family would be very well known in the area, they have lived here all their lives".
The midfielder joined Manchester United, where he scored two goals in 22 games in two years across all competitions.
He had 21 caps with Ireland scoring once in a friendly against Sweden.
John Hartson, who himself was diagnosed with testicular cancer, also wished Liam the best with his treatment.
Fellow Ireland worldwide Ian Harte said: "Very sad news about one of my old teammates Liam Miller, thinking of him and his family at this very hard time".
Bad news about Liam Miller keep the fingers crossed that he somehow pulls through.
McManus added that Miller starts chemotherapy on Monday.