Cardiff’s Miller to remain in Scotland plans despite imminent Vancouver Whitecaps move – Robson

Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Barry Robson is confident that Kenny Miller will remain as Scotland’s star striker despite his impending move to MLS.

Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Barry Robson is confident that Kenny Miller will remain as Scotland’s star striker despite his impending move to MLS.

The 32-year old is set to depart Cardiff City to join the Whitecaps this week and Robson, who made the move from Middlesbrough recently, believes he can become a star in North America as well as retain his spot as Scotland’s main target man.

“Kenny is Scotland’s main striker and I don’t see that changing any time soon,” Robson said.

“He’s still young, he’s still fit and he’s become a real leader for the national team.

“Kenny has a massive part to play for Scotland and him moving to Canada will not make a difference.

“I know Kenny feels that way and I’m sure nobody in the international set-up wants to lose him.

“He’ll keep going, I’ll keep going and hopefully we can help the national team reach the (2014) World Cup.”

 
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