Miguel Llera is a back of Sheffield Wednesday. He was born on 7 August 1979 in Castilleja de la Cuesta, Spain.
Miguel’s professional career took off in Recreativo in 1998, when he put pen to paper of a senior contract with the club and got a spot in the reserve squad. The footballer showed encouraging performance for the team, but the management decided to send him on loan to San Fernando, where Llera took part in 20 fixtures during one season. In the summer 2001, the back transferred to Spanish side Alicante and started to make occasional appearances on the pitch, but eventually managed to clinch a regular place in the starting line-up and netted four goals in 101 games during four years.
In 2005, Miguel penned a contract with Gimnàstic and fired five goals in 39 matches for the club before sealing a deal with Hércules, where he found the net one time in 11 fixtures.
In 2008, the player joined English side Milton Keynes Dons and quickly adapted to the peculiar style of British football, which helped him to become the pivot and score two goals in 36 games for the team during one season.
In 2009, Llera signed for Charlton Athletic and went on to net six times in 41 matches for ‘The Addicks’ during two years. From 2011 till 2012, the back performed for Blackpool, Brentford and Sheffield Wednesday. The latter secured Miguel’s services on permanent basis and saw him kick nine goals in 47 fixtures as of February 2013.
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