Signed on a free transfer from Leeds, Danny Mills played at right-back for Kevin Keegan and Stuart Pearce's Manchester City until the emergence of youngster Micah Richards. Often criticised by the fans, Mills saw out his deal with the Blues until he retired in 2009, following unsuccessful loan spells. His one and only goal at Eastlands was a memorable effort in a 2-0 win over Everton, as he thumped the ball home from long range. He spoke to the Blue Moon Podcast's David Mooney about his time with the club and explains why he chose to shoot that day.
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