The once Dons defender now an assistant manager in Rotherham
The Spanish defender, who also played for Charlton Athletic and Sheffield Wednesday, remains in football up in Yorkshire
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Miguel Angel Llera was a regular at Stadium MK during his lone season in Milton Keynes 2008/09. Joining Roberto Di Matteo's side after struggling to secure regular football in his native Spain, Llera was a part of the team which nearly secured back-to-back promotions, but ultimately Dons came up short in the play-offs. He made 38 appearances for Dons, scoring goals against Carlisle and Brighton.
Two years at Charlton Athletic followed, before eventually landing at Hillsborough with Sheffield Wednesday. His time in Yorkshire was a successful one, and saw him land a coaching role at S6 in the academy in 2014.
Taking on scouting jobs for the Owls too, Llera also took up a position as assistant manager for Sheffield FC - the world's oldest football club.
He would go on to work with Chesterfield and Walsall, where he became the academy manager at the Bescot Stadium, before returning to Yorkshire and joining the Northern Counties East Football League, initially with Retford United in the summer.
But last month, he joined struggling Maltby Main, in Rotherham, as assistant manager. Main find themselves 19th in the division, having lost five in a row.