Former Rangers midfielder Charlie Miller has told Adelaide United coach Aurelio Vidmar he has one chance of beating Melbourne Victory in this week's A-League final. Miller, who finished on Queensland Roar's beaten team last night, declared: "Play Jonas Salley if you want to have a hope of beating Melbourne."
After being snubbed for much of the second-half of the season by Vidmar, Salley shook off his lack of match fitness to carve out Adelaide's shock 1-0 win over Roar last night.
Miller joins the likes of England legend Terry Butcher and former Fulham academy boss Paul Nevin in singing the praises of Salley, who was given a standing ovation by home fans as he was substituted late on.
The Ivory Coast favourite will leave Adelaide after this week's final in Melbourne after growing frustrated over his treatment by Vidmar.