The Atlanta Silverbacks announced today that team assist leader and right back Kyle Miller has agreed to a mutual contract termination. Miller proved to be a potent force for the Silverbacks in the Spring 2015 NASL season playing 810 minutes and logging 2 assists. The team will be hoping that the recent signing of veteran MLS fullback Kosuke Kimura will plug the hole created by Miller’s departure.
The Silverbacks said of their move: “With the way the Spring Season ended for the Club, everything had to be re-evaluated. In order to get better, a lot of different aspects of the team had to be considered. Player moves are a part of that as we’re always trying to produce quality soccer that achieves the goals we’ve set for ourselves. We have announced some additions in the past week and have more planned as we continue through the Fall Season.”
Editors Note 7/7/2015 – A previous version of this story included unreliable information sourced from an individual unconnected to the Silverbacks or Kyle Miller. Midfield Press regrets the error and apologizes to the Atlanta Silverbacks.