890 Danny Mills

Biography

Experienced defender Danny Mills joined City in September 2006 on loan from Manchester City and spent two months in the Tigers back line.   

Born in Norwich, Mills began his career at Norwich City.  He left the Canaries for Charlton at the age of 21, but a year later he had joined his spiritual shithouse home at Leeds United. During five years at Elland Road Mills developed a tough tackling reputation that stimulated international honours, before switching to Manchester City in 2004. Mills saw out his career at Maine Road but most of his first team appearances came during several loan spells.  This included a spell at Charlton shortly after his time at Hull City – when he came up against the Tigers there was clearly some bad blood with Mills, Ian Ashbee and Nick Barmby sytematically winding Mills up and guiding him inexorably to a red card challenge.  He retired in 2009 and has since commenced a career as media pundit and Masterchef celebrity.

Mills added 19 senior caps for England to earlier recognition at under-18 and under-21 levels.  He made his senior international debut in May 2001 against Mexico.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 18 May 1977, Norwich
Hull City First Game: 15 September 2006, Sheffield Wednesday H (Championship), 29 years, 120 days old
Hull City Final Game: 11 November 2006, Wolverhampton Wanderers H (Championship), 29 years, 177 days old

Clubs

Norwich City (1995-1998), Charlton Athletic (1998-1999), Leeds United (1999-2004), Middlesbrough (2003-2004, loan), Manchester City (2004-2009), Hull City (2006, loan), Charlton Athletic (2007, loan), Derby County (2008, loan)

Hull City Record

Career: 9 apps, 0 goals

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